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7-14-2011 @ 7:53PM
Sound advice and good reasoning. I have had to switch back to my hunter after having a mini-vacation with healing (the DPS queue lines had finally made me nerdrage...needed something that had less queue line). And so I'm having to get back into the groove of things. While our other hunter has decided to stick to SV, I'll be going MM.However, I didn't really notice this, and if you mentioned this discount this. One problem I think most people forget about with DPS issues is not in-game. What kind of computer set-up is the player running? Going into a 10-man or 25-man raid takes a lot out of a computer, especially if its not a brand new one. Even having a laptop can significantly reduce performance. Working in 5-10 fps ranges during boss fights is not optimal and WILL reduce your potential dps. Soon, I will be getting a new desktop and I am hoping that issue will help with huge lag and computer overload phases. However, hunters everywhere, remember that in-game skills and preparation is not all there is. Your home computer may be the true enemy.
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