It ran almost cooler in Windows and I could play it maxed it on full resolution but once I was in voice chat it would thermal throttle eventually but lowering the graphics to medium in full resolution would stop it. I'll mainly use it for school for 2 years and use it for work after I graduate but would like it to be a league of legends machine when I want to relax. Thank you for testing and posting--I've been waiting for these benchmarks for a while, as have many others. It ran 60 fps but then the thermal throttling would make it constantly stutter to 13 or 17 fps. Eu jogo normalmente com 80-100 fps e do nada, nem fight apenas andando pela jungle o fps cai para 20-40. There are in-game visual glitches as seen in the following screenshot: I tested with other games; this issue is only affecting LoL.
I also have Windows via boot camp 80gb , for visual studio and some other things. To be on the safe side, I should stick with a 15 inch even though it does cost over 2k. I'm asking this because I've just moved on from Windows and from what I've heard MacBook is all work oriented. If you want to see me doing more benchmarks then please tell me which ones I should run and where I can find them. . Sources stated that this could be because League of Legends dipped in revenue in 2018, down 21 percent from 2017.
Here's a screenshot of the problem:. It's a good value on the side of developers and the like who use the computer primarily for their work. Yes you should be able to play League just fine. I would try again with the upgraded graphics card but after walking into the Apple store, that 13 inch really looks like the prime choice for me since I'm a college student studying computer science and I don't need that 6 core processor but I would like the latest and greatest apple currently offers. Yes you cannot build a well-specced machine like the iMac Pro, but that's assuming that you as a professional will use the multi-cored Xeon chip to its fullest with the 5K screen.
So I might as well go big or go home. That's when league doesn't end up with the tiny icon in the minimap and cursor. Upon picking it up today, though, I realized how much of a headache it would be to fit all the windows I know I will have constantly open into that small screen. Because of this, a mobile version has the potential to be a big hit as well, if the game's various mechanics can be translated successfully to touchscreen devices. So I've gotten used to the small screen but I guess you're right.
The 80% of time is used by netflix, social and documents. Next year's MacBook with a Gen. League of Legends uses very little computational power, so you should be able to get decent 60 ish frames per second on Medium settings. The iMac Pro is going to be epic. I would assume that on Windows 10, LoL would run even better. Got my money back and I'm ordering a new one. If you only plan to play League of Legends, then that's okay.
Not trying to be a mac hater, but I'm pretty sure everyone would agree that macs don't offer a wide variety of games for you to play. I used a macbook air 11inch to play league for a couple years and it did me very well. You can run the game at medium settings at 60fps in most cases. I was playing a really cold air conditioned room! You're not wrong, everyone does seem to enjoy a 15 inch screen rather than a 13 inch while coding. Another 2 weeks delivery time. I basically needed it for programming and for school work. It is going to be an insane value with insane performance.
Macs are for productivity, like audio work, video editing spreadsheets, and web browsing. Overall if you're looking for a laptop that will run league and is good all around the macbook air is a good choice. In Windows, it would be better because the Windows version is more optimized. I Play League of Legends on my Mac. For those needing a lot of power, the combination of a lower-end Mac laptop + an iMac Pro may be the power solution that Apple has been lacking for some time. It's almost at the level of power I need. Riot originally didn't want to create a smartphone version of League of Legends, but the company has switched course.
I'm upset that I returned it before the throttling patch was live so I can't speak for it now but I was able to play it at a stable 60 by turning down the settings to prevent it's throttling in Windows 10 BootCamp. I was starting to think that I'd like to make my computer last another 8 years like my old. Não sei muito sobre MacBook, mas no Windows acontece coisas desse tipo, e sempre por causa de uma atualização. You cant play League of legends comfortable with the small screen, however you can run it on around 40 fps very high settings You cant run DotA at all on a Mac. With that support officially from apple, gaming on a mac is a legit thing now. Lowering the graphics would delay the throttling but ultimately it would come and mess up the experience. I only got to use my Macbook for a few days until it died.