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1-28-2009 @ 7:06AM
My fault, I didn't include saying I've gotten an 08 Acer dual-core PC about a month ago. The laptop was older than dirt still and Illidan in phase 2 slowed it down to a cripple - one frame per ten seconds, made it impossible to play. My point was that your playing experience on WoW goes two ways - coming from you, and coming from them. In order to minimize lag and maximize performance there's a lot of improvement to be had on your side by making sure your computer runs smoothly. It won't remove the lag issue from the Blizzard servers, but at least reduce it. When on a certain day you're playing and there's no lag at all it's a real pleasure to play with a computer that can seemingly display everything in the game with no hiccups whatsoever.
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