Step 1. Delete Starcraft 2 Step 2. Boot windows partition Step 3. Install it on windows. Step 4. ??? Step 5. Profit like you're Donald Trump in Argentina.
My poor, poor mac just couldn't do it. Thank god for boot camp. --- Come check out my music at www.last.fm/music/tyler+hellner PSN ID: Senor_Rub_a_Dub
#2FiendingHardPosted 7/28/2010 10:10:30 AM
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#3wildog2006Posted 7/28/2010 10:18:43 AM
yeah, well you still spent WAY too much money on it. wasted even more on your silly little iPhone? or maybe the even stupider iPad? lemming --- OMGZ DISRUPTIVE ASS POST FTW Viagra can help your broken Wii. My Wii has Herpwiis! Wii=Perfect Nintendo Entertainment System=PNES THE MODS ARE OUT TO GET ME o_O
#4CatalystGuitar18(Topic Creator)Posted 7/28/2010 10:29:40 AM
No iPhone, no iPad, no iPod. --- Come check out my music at www.last.fm/music/tyler+hellner PSN ID: Senor_Rub_a_Dub
#5pctech86Posted 7/28/2010 10:34:23 AM
To the OP, that's because a Windows OS on Mac hardware runs better than a mac OS on mac hardware...I have actually run benchmarks and it's hilarious that windows takes better advantage of the mac hardware than OSX does :) --- GT - xFGMx Kaell
#6freestyler_85Posted 7/28/2010 11:04:05 AM
thats why macs are overpriced garbage ..
#7GirgleXXLPosted 7/28/2010 11:09:29 AM
Works great on my Mac Pro! Even though I have thought about seeing how it would run in bootcamp too...
#8zay1lovesGracePosted 7/28/2010 11:12:26 AM
or, even better: I own an iphone and have access to (meaning i can take it if i wanted to) a macbook pro, all courtesy of my company, for free!! :)
#9sth128Posted 7/28/2010 11:17:32 AM
So basically Windows > Mac?
*sees Mac users with pitch forks in the distance*
Time to run.
#10WhiteSp33dPosted 7/28/2010 11:31:34 AM
My 2008 macbook with 4 gigs of memory can run this on ultra/high (lowered shadows and shaders) just fine. The only problem I noticed is that there seems to be a memory leak. I have to restart the game after 3-4 hours or it gets unplayable.
On my windows partition I can run it on full ultra without the memory leak. Blizzard just needs to optimize better.