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Is there a good system tester for game performance for Mac OS X?


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I have the cheapest 13" MacBook Pro that I got in 2009. I was wondering if I could run Half-Life 2 if I installed Windows. Is there a good place to test my Mac? If there isn't, can my Mac run Half-Life 2?
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The easiest way is just compare your specs to the system requirements.

Half-Life 2 System Requirements - Half-Life 2 Files

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there's no tester for mac as of yet, only Can You Run It for Windows which is a website you go onto
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