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1-09-2012 @ 3:33PM
@ AceYes normal SATA drives are cheap, or were before the flooding, but theyre coming back down. I have several terabytes of normal drives.I said performance drives, SSDs and 10k+ rpm magnetic drives, which are small and expensive, but the preferred option for system and gaming drives for anyone with a high end rig. I have 2 in mine, one is my system drive and has WoW on it, which takes up more space than everything else on the drive combined. And the other is my Steam drive, which has room for 2-3 big titles at a time (and TF2 and a bunch of smaller games). I only brought it up because they were talking about slimming down the install size along with the 64 bit changes. http://wow.joystiq.com/2012/01/03/patch-4-3-2-on-public-test-realms-now/@CollinYeah, but if you delete that folder it will start repopulating as soon as you load the game again. http://eu.battle.net/wow/en/forum/topic/975219800Im guessing the install optimization has to do with caching instead of giving you the option to remove Outlands or Northrend from your install or something. At least i hope...
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