"Your graphics hardware does not support all features (CSM) needed to run this game."
Apple MacBook Pro M1 Pro (16 core gpu)
Error I get when trying to run CS:GO. Haven't tried other games yet. On trial version of Crossover.
I think it is strange that the error lists "ATI Radeon HD 2900 XT" as the DriverName, when some websites lists the AMD equivalent GPU for the M1 Pro as Radeon RX 5500.
"Thank you for writing us. If you're using an M1, then it will not work. As it turns out this is an issue that is seen only on the M1 macs and not on Intel. This is an Apple silicon translation issue to which we don't have an immediate work around or solution.
As far as a fix, only Apple can accomodate that mainly by issuing updates to Rosetta. I can file a bug for this and have have our devs forward it to Apple. However it is up to them what they regard as priority and if the issue will be addressed."
Also, why not just use the Mac Native version of CS:GO?
I was just going to compare the native version to CS:GO running through Crossover to discover differences in performance. Once I saw the Steam GPU bug I thought this forum might have answers to why it's happening with M1.
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