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Snow Leopard update to close gaming performance gap with Windows
Wednesday, August 18, 2010
Apple released the Snow Leopard Graphic Update, which is designed to fix performance and stability of specific games. It addresses frame rates in Portal and Team Fortress and Team Fortress 2, and bugs with Aperture 3 or StarCraft II. However game manufacture Steam said that performance of its games had been below that of Windows.
At it web site, Steam indicated that a "lot of buzz about performance, particularly relative to Windows" spurred them to contact Apple about it. Steam has a lengthy technical post about the update...
(For more, with a link to Steam's post, see here: http://www.macwindows.com/snowleopard.html#081810e )

In general, is there a gaming performance gab between Snow Leopard and Windows? Post a reply comment here.

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