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9-29-2009 @ 6:15PM
When it's all said and done, WoW is not a very demanding game to run. By today's standards anyway. In an ideal world, you'd want plenty of RAM and at least a half decent graphics card but even if you cant afford all that extra memory or that shiny new graphics card, to give you some idea, I'm currently running WoW quite well on a very, very sub-standard laptop with a whopping (*snort*) 1Gb of RAM. Sure, the graphics are turned down, Dalaran is quite laggy at times and frame rates suck when there's a substantial gathering of people on screen, but at the moment while I'm between decent gaming systems, I gotta say, it does the job and does it quite well considering. My point being, you don't need to drop a load of cash to run this game, far from it.
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