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2-11-2008 @ 11:12PM
This is like Christmas in... um... February.I upgraded twice, at the same time: from a MacBook with 10.4 (far from ideal for WoW, but passable) to a new iMac with 10.5 — so I already saw huge upgrades in graphics. If it's even better as soon as the upgrade (downloading now!) installs, then all I have to say is woot!@Melanor — have you upgraded you memory? My dock in 10.5 was choppy too, but after adding 2G ram (for a total of 3) everything smoothed out.
2-12-2008 @ 2:58AM
I added 2GB to mine as soon as I got it (October '07), for a total of 4 ^_^ I don't think that is the problem. I have both the PC and Mac versions of WoW on the laptop, and can boot between the two, and always choose Windows because it's simply twice as fast. The Tiger to Leopard switch was what impacted my frame rate on OS X, similar to if I were to run Vista instead of XP (although maybe not THAT bad).
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