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3-11-2008 @ 10:17AM
I know I just built a PC for under $900 that could probably mince these graphics without substantial framerate loss. Here is the point, many of you are saying you don't want Blizzard to do this becuase their machines already stutter with the current graphics. Thing is, this would like be a "maxed" out graphics setting for people with more modern rigs, and not the default. So this makes that argument carry little water. I say bring it on, I wish they would attempt to polish things up a bit (of course I think wow is beautiful as is, I judty really like shiny things)
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