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getting new mbp today. Any complications running ESO on the newer hardware?

jluchau
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I assume since i'm currently running it off a mid 2014 mbp that things can only get better, but thought I would ask just in case.
  • Delegator
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    The main issue to be aware of is the cursor issue in High Sierra. You might not have had the newer OS on the old MBP -- if you didn't use it before, then you will want to be aware of this thread:

    https://forums.elderscrollsonline.com/en/discussion/380568/mouse-pointer-issues#latest
  • Vapirko
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    One thing that I figured out after I got my new MBP was that lower graphics doesn't equal better performance because your computer may relegate more of the workload to the CPU and not engage the GPU as much. I get better performance at higher settings than I do at very low settings. I do suggest the Radeon Pro 560 if you can.
  • jluchau
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    Vapirko wrote: »
    One thing that I figured out after I got my new MBP was that lower graphics doesn't equal better performance because your computer may relegate more of the workload to the CPU and not engage the GPU as much. I get better performance at higher settings than I do at very low settings. I do suggest the Radeon Pro 560 if you can.

    I had to put a pause on the new MBP, but when I do move forward it will be with the 560.
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