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Macbook Pro 13inch 2010


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Hi there, i have a 2010 macbook pro

I really want to be able to play Battlefield 3 or Modern Warfare 3 on it, but not sure whether my computer would be able to handle it?

here are the specs:

Intel Core 2 Duo 2.4Ghz
8GB Ram DDr3
NVIDIA Geforce 320m (256mb Vram)

I'd obviously install windows to play it, most likely running on bootcamp

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The GPU (nVidia 320m) is probably going to be the bottleneck in playing any game that requires 3D and fast frame rates. I would check the developer sites for both Battlefield 3 and Modern Warfare 3 to see what their minimum requirements are for playing the games. I'm not familiar with either of those games so perhaps others who do play can chime in with their experiences.
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