2011 MBP Bootcamp Benchmarks - add yours

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    So the 6750M handles F1 2010 better than my Alienware M15x (with 5850) most because of the CPU (that game is very demandning on the CPU)

    F1 2010
    900p, all high, no AA
    min 43 fps, avg 52.5
    using in game timedemo

    Dirt 2
    900p, all high, no AA
    min 27 fps, avg 37
    using in game timedemo

    Dragon Age 2 Demo
    900p all very high, no AA
    Avg: 47.083 - Min: 24 - Max: 65
    (I think I left v-sync on by mistake - so the score would be even better)

    So yes, this is a reasonably good gaming PC in addition to having everything else you love about a Mac
     
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    Well, this isn't a Bootcamp benchmark, but I just played Starcraft II in OSX and it ran fluidly at native resoltuion on medium settings. It averaged around 50-60 FPS. I didn't try high/ultra but I bet it could run on high just fine. I just don't see any point in putting it on high cause it looks the same on medium/ultra settings...

    God I love this machine... :)

    Since SCII is the only game I play nowadays I don't even know if I really need to install Bootcamp... :)

    Also, I have the model with the 6750 in it. Just to clarify, we should note which card we have when we post the benchmarks.
     
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    <3 you all for this thread.

    My Asus G71G-Q just bit the dust and been thinking about a MBP for a while.

    I got caught up in the rumors of a bigger redesign (8-16GB SSD for OS /drool) but in all seriousness, a need for some Apogee Music hardware (Mac only) had made my mind up.

    I'm an old school gamer though and so pleased to hear they're at least capable.

    Looking forward to more, and I'll post mine in a few weeks when I get it ordered, figure out bootcamp (first Mac)...etc.
     
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    delicious.
     
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