My spec: Processor: 2.
And the game runs painfully slow… at low settings. Got not other program running, just the OS and Steam. Also considering buying it — GeForce , MacBook 6,1, just below the minimum recommended.
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From what I read above, the game is playable, no? Just received Civ 5 as a present. Will not run on my MacPro 1,1 — Quad Core 2. Lets ust face it, mac is underpowered and expensive. That means I need to buy a brand new Mac for this game??! Just so everyone knows. The GeForce M is not supported graphics card.
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The game will run just not optimally and frankly the graphics take a hit. I find this baffling since only the newest MacBooks have the M. The vast majority of mac laptops in the field are essentially underpowered. And aspyr has no plans to patch. Good grief, Civilization is now recommended to use a quad core processor? What in the world could it be doing to use four processors?
Anyone have any ideas what model I should get?
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Do I have to get the most expensive model? My MacBook mid has a 2. I have civ v running on window 7 and it plays fine. I run most things on low or med graphics quality and the game is very playable. I think you will run into trouble with the video card, it might not even launch. I had this happen with TF2 earlier in the year on an old Mac Mini. It might not look it from a few screenshots, but Civ V is really graphically intense and the frame rate dips at times even on my gaming PC.
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All Rights Reserved. Reproduction without explicit permission is prohibited. Donald says:. August 8, at am. David says:. May 3, at pm. So you should always make sure to have the latest DirectX installed on your computer to stop game crashes. How have the methods above helped you with the troubleshooting? Do you have any ideas or tips to share with us? Drop a comment below and let us know your thoughts. Read on and check them out… 3 fixes for the CIV 5 crashing problem All the fixes below work in Windows Wait until the game cache verification finishes and relaunch Steam.
But with the Pro version it takes just 2 steps and you get full support and a day money back guarantee : Download and install Driver Easy. The reduction of these settings allowed a greater performance boost, especially since the windows installation allows the running of mods where I currently have been playing with 34 civs and 55 city states. But this returns to a moot point as I cannot play anymore sadly. Edited by Myst.
Im sure it wouldnt either, but dont post about that here. I understand how you feel, though.
Question 1: Which Civ game do you currently play most often?
I, unfortunately, do not have a mac, nor this program, so I cannot test, but be patient, as the other, more experiences developers roam the forums all of the time. Im sure someone will be able to give you a more mac related, relevant answer, instead of me speculating. This is because its not a native version, of course. But what I am wondering, is Steam the real reason you are installing it through POM instead of using the native Mac version?
There is no reason to use a Windows version of a Mac program through PlayOnMac, unless the windows version has been pirated Mac has Steam, and a native Mac port of this game.
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Im not implying that you are bootlegging it, but why run it through POM if it works native on Mac, as well as through Steam? The Mac native version as I said does not have access to the mods the Windows version does. And all content on steam is cross-compatible if steam has made it available.
Thus if I have bought something for windows, and steam offers it on mac then you can play it on mac. Just like if it is available on linux and steam offers it, and you bought it through windows, you would still be able to play it since you bought the license. Steam incorporated this for Mac in And for Linux late To further add to the frustration, I could not play civ5 when I posted this earlier, but after rebooting several times civ5 works for the one time i played it just now, we will see if it continues and it most likely will later.
Perhaps those mods are specific to things in Windows that Linux is not capable of doing? Just a thought.