They've very carefully selected their wording here. They've never come out and said specifically that anything is gaming related, but there have been very specific performance comparisons with cards that are clearly gamer cards. They're not putting non-gaming/professional cards like Quadros on their comparison charts, for example. I was curious to see where that would go. I might have my criticisms of Apple, but I can't and won't criticise them for not being a gaming device. It's clear this new generation of hardware was never designed for that (not yet at least, who knows what the future will bring). But I think their early benchmarks really needed to be a bit more obvious in exactly what they were testing, as the inevitable result was going to be a lot of pissed off people who assumed something that wasn't necessarily documented, but rather inferred. The same goes for CPU power. I know quite a few developers who have been grossly disappointed in compiler times because of Apple's very vague synthetic/numeric comparisons that don't take into account specific real world needs. And again, you can absolutely blame individuals for assuming what wasn't expressly stated. But I think Apple marketing need to be careful, and perhaps a little more technically specific than the have up to date. With all of that said, I'm still keen to see various emulators and visualisation tools on this hardware. And for no useful reason, other than I'm just curious.