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10-07-2008 @ 2:41PM
"RAM: 512 MB/1 GB for Vista, doubled from previous. 1 GB/2 GB recommended."I think you've got that a bit mixed up.
10-07-2008 @ 3:27PM
minimum settings -NOW u need 512 MB if u got windows xp, 1gb if u got vista. Used to be 256 MB for xp and 412 for vista.recomended settings -1gb for windows xp and 2gb for windows vistaI think thats it but im not sure :P
10-07-2008 @ 3:28PM
10-08-2008 @ 9:15PM
Of course I can't be certain. But my system is 4 years old. And it can do pretty good in WoW. The main key to WoW as far as I can tell is a strong CPU. The stronger the better. Now as far as you others who feel they have a decent system. I would recommend you reformat you computers and just install WoW if possible. You wouldn't believe the amount of FPS you lose from your sytem collecting Junk.. In fact the one I have I don't even use a browser on. This should keep your FPS up. And do this like once every 6 months to keep it fresh. It is a pain in the butt. But you will appreciate the improved framerates. But if you got a beefy system you don't really need this unless you got another game that might need it.
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