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5-13-2009 @ 10:10PM
Does anyone actually use ingame voice? I played for six months after it came out and never saw or heard of anyone using it.
5-13-2009 @ 11:43PM
I used in-game voice chat once, it wasn't very clear and it was very very quite. I would not suggest anyone use it if you can avoid it.
5-14-2009 @ 4:10AM
A lot of people gone on Vent. WoW ingame voice chat slows down WoW.
5-14-2009 @ 5:54PM
Another good voice chat service is GSC. I have used it (and still use it for friends), and think the chat is really clear. Also, it's free for up to 200 people. It's hosted on remote servers, allows creation of numerous *chat rooms*, and allows up to 200 people...for free. It does use a bit more resources than ventrilo, but not too much. Oh, and did I mention that it's free for up to 200 people? :PNote: The one thing that isn't ideal about GSC is that there isn't official support for 64-bit (although, it may work under 64-bit emulation). GSC is a good alternative to the guilds that may want to use a good, clean voice client that isn't reliant on a checkbook.You can get it here: http://getgsc.com/
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