I do know enough to say that Mac computers are not optimized for high-speed graphics the way Windows is. As has been pointed out in another response, Macbook Airs don’t have a GPU because they never were designed to run games. They are optimized to do rendering, which is basically where the computer takes a bunch of data with it into a corner, has a big, long “think” about it, and comes back shouting ‘Eureka!’. That isn’t how games are run. Games go frame-by-frame rewriting the screen as fast as they possibly can. Furthermore, although Bootcamp is a very thin virtualization layer, every time you add a layer to doing something software-related, it’s slowed down. Just a little, but it is there. Windows can make up for the slowing because it is optimized for gaming, but the difference is not enough that you would get any significant benefits. As others have said, you’re always going to be best off for gaming with Windows by installing Windows on a really fast computer with a great video card and lots of RAM.
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