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What will AA2.5 run faster on?


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Which macbook will Americas Army 2.5 run faster on?
A: Macbok with 92.8 G left on Macintosh HD
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B: Macbook with 70 something G left: Dashboard off, nothing on desktop, dissapearing dock.
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Well,

"assuming" they both have the same processor

and

"assuming" they both have the same video card

If the 92.8 G left is on a 1 TB drive

and the

70 G is left on a 120 GB drive...

then, it would run faster on the one with 70 G.

If that's not the case, then maybe not.

In other words, there is no possible answer to that question with the information you have provided.

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System requirements here.

Without more info, as bobtomay noted, it's hard to help.

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