Elder Scrolls Online Ultra Settings Apple Macbook Pro Retina 2013

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Elder Scrolls Online Gameplay running on a Apple Macbook Pro Retina NVIDIA GT 750M (2013) with ultra settings.

As you can see the game runs great on ultra settings. I would probably run on high through just to make it smoother.

Running on:
– 2013 15″ Apple Retina Macbook Pro, 2.6 GHz Intel Core i7, Nvidia GT 750M, 16 Gb 1600 Mhz DDR3, 512 GB SSD
– OS X version 10.9.2
– AVerMedia Live Gamer Portable

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– 2013 15″ Apple Retina Macbook Pro, 2.6 GHz Intel Core i7, Nvidia GT 750M, 16 Gb 1600 Mhz DDR3, 512 GB SSD
– OS X Mavericks
– Windows 8.1 64 bit Professional (boot-camped)
– PS3 controller
– AVerMedia Live Gamer Portable
– Two Meraki MR 26 Wireless Access Points
– MX60 Firewall
– MS220-8P Switch

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References
http://www.apple.com
http://www.nvidia.com
http://www.elderscrolls.com/skyrim
http://www.elderscrolls.com
http://www.elderscrollsonline.com/en

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18 comments

  1. Hi, I have the same macbook pro as you. How hot was your comp running when playing ESO? did the CPU temp get up quite high? And do you know what your fps were on these settings?

  2. I would say this is far from great.. At the full resolution (2880×1800), I can barely play with texture and subsampling on medium. Not to mention that the Mac client doesn't even let you select 2880×1800. It forces you to use 1400×900. I had to install it on a Windows partition to achieve full resolution. Also, you're getting hardly 15-20 fps, which is completely unplayable.

  3. im thinking in buying an imac 27" core i7 3,5ghz (turbo boost 3,9ghz), 8gb ram sdram ddr3 1.600 mhz (2 slots 4gb), serial ata 1gb 7200 rpm, gforce gtx 775m nvidia 2gb gddr5, apple magic mouse, apple wirelles keyboard, applecare protection plan for imac – auto enroll, accessory kit 2408€ … the use i give to any computer is webbrowsing, seeing videos online, mail, and GAMING OF COURSE!!!, i know someone will say an imac is not for gamers, buy a desktop pc computer, but i just own a desktop computer high performance but im tired sooooooo much wires all over the table, and when i go to my home of the beach is a nightmare take the wires the mouse, the monitor, the computer … i just like simplicity, and of course not so much wires, and i like a imac FOR GAMING and i have to say i have an xbox one, but i love mmorpg games like elder scrolls online, or wow … both available on mac, and  sure there are most games i can play on mac, … question is what you think of this imac 27" setup for gaming? does it worth? i previously had a macbook and i loved it … its true not was best option for games that macbook but for watching videdos online and browsing was the best performance i have ever seen better than in a pc desktop … 

  4. Im not sure if you would know the answer to this but, how do you think a Late 2011 13-inch macbook pro would run? I have all the recommended requirements except i have an Intel HD graphics 3000 video card instead of Intel HD graphics 4000. Do you think it will run with few issues?

  5. Would my MacBook Pro be able to run the game?

    OS X Yosemite
    version 10.10.5

    MacBook Pro (Retina, 13 inch, Early 2015)

    Processor: 2.7 GHz Intel Core i5

    Memory: 8 GB 1867 MHz DDR3

    Graphics: Intel Iris Graphics 6100 1536 MB

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