Posted 22 October 2014 - 08:42 PM
It's not that much worse for an iMac at least if you have a fairly recent one like I do
. (On the other hand I'm uncertain it'd benchmark well on a 5k iMac at its native resolution
Yes, I do get a little bit of micro pauses when I start a level but as with a Mac Pro they don't last. I actually encounter more smoothness than I do that in my recent experience... In fact on the technical side Bordlerlands The Pre-Sequel seems better than Borderlands 2 for me including with .. yes.. yes.. the sound support... (which I'll spare you the details of)..
But yeah unless you have a really old iMac perhaps then you should be fine. Need to be a little more specific. I mean, if you have a Core 2 Duo iMac I think you are well below the requirements.
On my late 2009 iMac (specs in my signature) I have a feeling I'd have to dial down the resolution to at least 1600x900 or even 1280x720 to get great performance out of it.
Alex Delarg, A Clockwork Orange said:
It's funny how the colors of the real world only seem really real when you viddy them on the screen.
the Battle Cat said:
Slower and faster? I'm sorry to hear such good news?
Late 2012 27 inch iMac, Core i7 Quad 3.4GHz, 16GB RAM, Nvidia GeForce GTX 680MX 2GB, 3TB HDD - Mavericks
Late 2009 27 inch iMac, Core i5 2.6GHz, 12GB RAM, ATI Radeon 4850HD 512MB, 1TB HDD - Mavericks
Mac Mini, PowerPC G4 1.4Ghz, 1GB RAM, Radeon 9200 32MB, 256GB HDD - Leopard
Dell Inspiron 1200 Notebook: 1.2GHz Celeron, 1.2GB RAM, Intel GMA915, 75GB HDD - Ubuntu
Generic Black Tower PC, Dual Core 64-bit 2.4GHz, 4GB RAM, GeForce 9600 GT 512MB - Windows 7