Hi all, and thanks. I have a mid-2011 iMac, with an unsupported video card...a Radeon HD 6770M 512 MB. Also four-core, i5 2.7 gigahertz CPU, 8 gig RAM, with 8 more ordered, plenty of disk space. I've played Civ for years...more hours than I care to admit to. ;-) I've read through all the Civ 6 Mac discussions here at CivFanatics, and while I've heard some about playing on old machines (strat view and 3d on "low" settings," it's sometimes not quite clear what machines/video cards they mean. So, to be precise, is there anyone out there who can tell me: 1) if I can run Civ 6 on a 512 MB card at all; and if so... 2) If I can: a) only use strat view, or b) use 3d (at least during early and mid-game, on standard maps) and if so, on which settings? In Civ 5 at least, setting all video options to "low," "off," or "minimum," as appropriate, gives a mediocre game, but certainly a playable one. Also, will lower in-game, screen sizes allow higher resolution for things like fog of war, shadow and water rendering? And does windowing (which I never use for Civ 5) make for less graphics cycles use, or more? What about including map inertia (if that's even still a setting...) I've always had it on, but maybe I should turn it off? Many thanks for any and all help, pointers to other threads, web pages, etc. PrairieDad PS I know I can always buy on Steam and then return within two hours of play, but thought I'd ask anyway. Get my feet wet on a new board, I've just joined CivFanatics after all these years.