“What’s the best gaming Mac in January 2016?” rob-ART morgan asks for Bare Feats.

“It depends on what game(s) you are running,” morgan reports. “Some games are more CPU intensive. Some are more GPU intensive.”

“The pricey 2013 Mac Pro cylinder with dual FirePro D700s only makes sense if you run your games under Windows OS in a Boot Camp partition,” morgan reports. “Why? Because its two FirePro GPUs are hardwired into Crossfire mode.”

Bare Feats tested the following Macs:

• ‘late 2015’ iMac Retina 5K 4.0GHz Quad-Core i7; Radeon R9 M395X GPU
• ‘late 2014’ iMac Retina 5K 4.0GHz Quad-Core i7; Radeon R9 M295X GPU
• ‘late 2013’ iMac 3.5GHz Quad-Core i7; GeForce GTX 780M GPU
• ‘late 2013’ Mac Pro 3.0GHz 8-Core Xeon; FirePro D700 GPU
• ‘mid 2010’ Mac Pro 3.33GHz 6-Core Xeon; GeForce GTX 980 Ti Overclocked GPU (requires NVIDIA web driver)
• ‘mid 2010’ Mac Pro 3.33GHz 6-Core Xeon; GeForce GTX 680 “Mac Edition” GPU
• ‘mid 2010’ Mac Pro 3.33GHz 6-Core Xeon; Radeon HD 7950 “Mac Edition” GPU
• ‘mid 2015’ MacBook Pro Retina 15″ 2.8GHz Quad-Core i7; Radeon R9 M370X GPU

Check out the benchmark results in the full article here.