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last time I asked something you all got back to me crazy fast and made me soo happy, now I have something new to ask about boots camp, the people at Apple said windows runs vary slow in boot camp and that I shouldn't run a duel boot system unless I 100% must, I seen you tube videos of people plating half life on an imac in windows,, how slow could it be, I'm going to be getting a new Imac 2.8ghz 2gigs of ram thanks for your help again

I want to play games that apple doesn't have mostly CS, and some rpg or am I being dumb to think I can?

thanks again Josh~
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Those Apple guys must be dumb.

It runs like any equivalent spec PC would.

Not slow at all. It becomes a PC when you Boot Camp it.
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ok my past 2 post i have ask stuff and you all know what your talking about lol apple stores didnt ok because of you guys you made me feel at easy getting my new imac :-)
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If you're trying to game then the iMac isn't for you.
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