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I wasn't entirely sure where to put this thread, but I guess it falls under hardware. I was wondering if anyone knows of a system spec' test similar to Canyourunit, but for Macs. I want to know if Starcraft 2 will run well on my new MBP 15", my logical brain says yes it will, but my sceptical brain says theres a chance it may not.

If anyone can shed some light on this, I would be very appreciative, thanks.
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I think as long as your specs meet or exceed what they say are the minimum for Starcraft 2, you'll be fine.

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Yeah I guess your right, I would be surprised if the i5 didn't meet the needs
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