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Old Jun 17, 2012, 05:18 AM
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I run Phoenix 4 on my "old" (2009) MacBookPro 17".
As Goober said, you need to have Windows installed on your Mac, easiest/cheapest/fastest way to do that would be through BootCamp.

I run Windows 7 through Parallels, and have no problem at all with performance running at 1920x1200 resolution with all graphic options enabled. It should be no performance problem at all with your iMac, especially when booting the machine as a clean winbox with BootCamp - the only downside is that you need to buy Windows7 (I needed it to be able to run some work related programs on mine, so I got work to pay for Windows/Parallels )
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