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MacBook Vs MacBook Pro!Help!


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:black: Hey i am about to buy an MBP o A MB but i just came 2 kno that Mb is not good for gaming so is it really worth paying some more for MBP!!!!!????
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The MacBook Pro has a much better video card for playing games. What kind of games are you going to be playing - 2D, 3D? Windows or Mac?

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I just got a MBP a couple weeks ago and I did a lot of research about gaming on a MB vs. MBP. I think if you are going to be doing any gaming at all, go for even the lower end MBP, it will definately be worth it if you can afford to.

I went for the one with the 256MB video. I play mostly Coh/Cov and it runs fine under Windows with Bootcamp. I haven't really had a chance to try out many other games yet.

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