Mass Effect 2 on MacBook Pro 13″ 2010 Edition


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This video features the gaming capability of the April 2010 released 13″ MacBook Pro.

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This video showcases Mass Effect 2 gameplay on the new 2010 MacBook Pro 13″. Here are a few things to note: this is running on Windows 7 under BootCamp. The graphics settings are shown in the video. The actual framerates are shown at the top right corner of the screen. I also connected a USB keyboard so I won’t block the camera. Overall, the game runs well and looks great on this notebook.

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CPU- Intel Core 2 Duo P8600 @ 2.4GHz
GPU- Nvidia GeForce 320M w/ 256MB DDR3 shared memory
RAM- 4GB 1066Mhz DDR3 Memory
13.3″ LED Backlit Glossy WideScreen
1280 x 800 Resolution [16:10 aspect ratio]
[Added] 750GB Western Digital Scorpio Blue Hard Drive

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20 Comments
  • JayPlaysDotCom
    Posted at 05:46h, 27 August

    @ragfaggalaxy Okay, subscribe so you'll know when I post it. TY

  • rdelao1287
    Posted at 21:51h, 28 August

    Would you recommend this laptop for gaming??? Im thinking of buy one!!

  • Chad Casares
    Posted at 04:48h, 29 August

    Damnnn, that looks nice :3 Can't wait to get mine.

  • PSP3000user
    Posted at 03:12h, 08 October

    ? how loud is the macbook pro's fan and how hot does the computer get thanx

  • Maximo
    Posted at 18:36h, 19 October

    Nice

  • Kazi Farzan
    Posted at 12:19h, 13 November

    bad company 2 runs smoothly on mine with same spec but detail set to medium-low no aa and af same with the MOD 2010 best all rounder laptop

  • JayPlaysDotCom
    Posted at 23:50h, 06 December

    @qumaaa Actually it did not affect it that much. The seeking algorithms on this drive is optimized for longer battery life. Since both the stock and this hdd were running at 5400RPM, the battery hit was not noticeable. Im still able to bring to this class for a whole day session without having to bring my charger (of course I make sure it's fully charged prior to this).

    I used to have another hard drive on my MBP13. It was a 500gb 7200RPM one but that one showed a noticeable battery hit.

  • abovePL1
    Posted at 11:50h, 12 January

    In Mass Effect 2 i have on max settings 45-60 fps. BUT for MacBook games which you show on YouTube run very well. Try Bioshock, Dead Space.

  • ziomorph
    Posted at 22:40h, 06 April

    CPU- Intel Core 2 Duo P8600 @ 2.4GHz
    GPU- Nvidia GeForce 320M w/ 256MB DDR3 shared memory
    RAM- 4GB 1066Mhz DDR3 Memory
    13.3" LED Backlit Glossy WideScreen
    1280 x 800 Resolution [16:10 aspect ratio]
    [Added] 750GB Western Digital Scorpio Blue Hard Drive

    fail specs for +$1500 laptops

  • Mario Krezo
    Posted at 20:36h, 08 May

    how can i get mass effect 2 on my mac? Been lookin for it forever! Someone please help =D

  • SpartQ77
    Posted at 01:41h, 09 July

    @avarakadabraful YES it is. its on steam

  • scupking
    Posted at 13:44h, 23 July

    The nice thing is the 2010 13" MBP will play games much better then the new 2011 MBP. I just put 8GBs of ram in m 2010 13" MBP yesterday.

  • Avrobullet43
    Posted at 05:08h, 28 August

    Hey jay are you running ms2 via bootcamp, some virtual windows machine, or via wine? Got a mbp 13'' for my grad present, and I love it :D!

  • MrRctroh
    Posted at 09:57h, 13 December

    impressive! very smooth gameplay! i wonder macbook pro can handle ME3???

  • Tyler
    Posted at 07:56h, 08 March

    your hands aren't even on the keyboard…

  • musesart6
    Posted at 22:37h, 14 March

    how did you get mass effect to play?

  • temesgen54
    Posted at 16:18h, 19 April

    description

    This video showcases Mass Effect 2 gameplay on the new 2010 MacBook Pro 13". Here are a few things to note: this is running on Windows 7 under BootCamp. The graphics settings are shown in the video. The actual framerates are shown at the top right corner of the screen. I also connected a USB keyboard so I won't block the camera. Overall, the game runs well and looks great on this notebook.

  • Ayush Malik
    Posted at 23:47h, 16 May

    it's fake, his hands are not even on the keyboard

  • Diego Reyes
    Posted at 19:20h, 29 March

    Because he/she plugged in a wireless mouse and keyboard, everyone does this.

  • Amineo
    Posted at 01:01h, 23 July

    How do you feel a Scorpio Black would impact the performance / battery life? I've been wanting more space and a faster drive at the same time since I run Windows and MacOSX parallel with VMWare (programmer). Obviously I don't want to get an SSD as I need space but the black apparently has 7200rpm speeds at 5400rpm power consumption.

    Do you have any experience or opinions of the Scorpio Black?