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10-19-2010 @ 10:29PM
Honestly, I suspect it'll still run on my laptop with its epic Intel(r) GMA X3100. I'll just need a ton of RAM (gotcha), and to turn the settings way down. That's one thing I love about WoW...I could probably play it on something with the computing power of a toaster.I'd be surprised if anyone is truly UNABLE to run wow at more than 5 fps (yes, the game is actually playable at 11 fps, even though it sucks). It's always been very good at conservative requirements on low end rigs. One thing it does really want, though, is memory. If you get to virtual memory, you're royally screwed as far as FPS go.My advice in a nutshell:Your computer'll probably still run WoW. If your FPS sucks, see if WoW's going to virtual memory. If so, upgrade the memory first.
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