November 19, 2017
Archives  News  The Intel iMac Reviewed  


Tuesday, January 17, 2006
 

Click to enlarge
The Intel iMac Reviewed
8:30 AM | Evan Holt | 6 comments

A review from Eric Bangeman of Ars Technica shows that the new iMac is quite a wonderful computer. The review covers most aspects of the iMac from both a hardware and software standpoint.

It also shows that although it may run most PowerPC applications fairly well, Rosetta can't handle graphics intensive programs at a decent speed such as Photoshop (although the tests were run on the Intel iMac with only half the RAM).

On a games related note, check out page six where Unreal Tournament 2004 is benchmarked. It fairs pretty poorly, but not to worry. I e-mailed Ryan Gordon and he says that he has the Universal Binary ready, however it still needs further testing on the new iMacs before it is ready for release.

Ars Technica - Intel iMac review
MWSF 2006


Other Mac Games News for Tuesday, January 17, 2006

Destineer Partners With Physics Engine Maker Ageia1:32 PM
IMG Podcast Episode 12 Released8:35 AM
Call Of Duty 2 Reviewed8:30 AM
HipSoft Games Interview8:30 AM
Pangea Releases Nanosaur II as a Universal Binary8:30 AM
The Intel iMac Reviewed8:30 AM
 
View all of the Mac games news for Tuesday, January 17, 2006 on one page

Mac Games News for Monday, January 16, 2006

IMG Posts Stubbs the Zombie Print and Video Reviews12:16 PM
Civilization IV Game Of The Year Interview8:18 AM
Civilization IV Reviews8:18 AM
Heroes of Might & Magic V Screenshots8:18 AM
Macologist Mod of the Year8:18 AM
MWSF Wrap-Up: Q&A with Feral Interactive8:18 AM
PopCap Releases 3 Deluxe Games For Mac8:18 AM
Shadowbane Interview8:18 AM
Two New Mac Games, Zex & Zomb, in Beta8:18 AM
World of Warcraft on an Intel Mac8:18 AM
 
View all of the Mac games news for Monday, January 16, 2006 on one page


Recent Mac Games News

Friday, January 13, 2006
Thursday, January 12, 2006
Wednesday, January 11, 2006
Tuesday, January 10, 2006
Monday, January 9, 2006


Search for other Mac games news stories or browse our Mac Games News Archive.



Archives  News  The Intel iMac Reviewed