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Mists of Pandaria: Cool class stuff we found {WoW}

Mar 19th 2012 7:42PM "Glyph of Stars Transforms your Moonkin Form into Astral Form. This glyph essentially makes your character appear as a spirit instead of a moonkin. You look very nearly like you do while dead -- but people can see you this time ... and your armor, for that matter."

SHUT UP AND TAKE MY MONEY!

Is PvP gear good enough for heroics? {WoW}

Mar 5th 2012 3:24PM Also... just adding this: Just because you CAN, doesn't mean you SHOULD.

Is PvP gear good enough for heroics? {WoW}

Mar 5th 2012 3:23PM As a healer all I gotta say is this:

*gets out megaphone, stands on soap box*

NO!

PVP gear is for PVP. Keep it that way. If you want to run PVE content, get PVE gear like the rest of us.

Steelseries Diablo III mouse is built for intense clicking {WoW}

Feb 16th 2012 12:20AM @gewalt

Taking advantage and making money off things people are passionate about is wrong.

Steelseries Diablo III mouse is built for intense clicking {WoW}

Feb 15th 2012 2:27PM Wow... its an Ikari Laser mouse with a new paint job and some extra lights (and software).

Can't say I'm impressed, this is just a money grab at fans who'll buy any peripheral if it has something they're a fan off on it.

5 ways to keep your tank happy in 5-man heroics {WoW}

Jan 11th 2012 11:52PM This is why I stopped DK tanking and rolled a Druid Healer for Cata...

64-bit World of Warcraft game client now available for testing {WoW}

Jan 9th 2012 3:01PM If you have a 64-Bit Operating system, using the 64-bit version of WoW will allow the game to use more then the default 2gb of ram it already uses. Unless you're a multi-tasker and like to do things while WoW is running, using the 64-bit version would be a Boon.

And if your computer uses DDR3 ram, its pretty cheap at the moment, you can get 8 gig bundles (2 4gb sticks or 4 2gb sticks) starting from 50 bucks...

64-bit World of Warcraft game client now available for testing {WoW}

Jan 9th 2012 2:58PM This is just the norm when it comes to Major MMOs, and AAA games as well.

DC Universe Online is 17gb
Star Wars: The Old Republic is 19.5gb

The kind of streamlining you're speaking of would most likely involve compression being used on game files, more-so then is already being implemented, and I can only see that lengthening load times, which would piss even more people off.

Right now, normal SATA Hard Disc Drives are pretty cheap for size.

Considering you can pick up a 320gb drive for under 60 bucks is pretty nice. Keep an eye out for deals at Electronic/Computer shops for prices, you might find a deal, like the 1TB drive I nabbed from Futureshop for 70 bucks.

64-bit World of Warcraft game client now available for testing {WoW}

Jan 9th 2012 2:50PM @Drakkenfyre

How to make WoW use 4 cores:

Step #1
Locate your WoW Installation folder
Step #2
Open your WOW folder and find the "WTF" folder.
Step #3
Open your "WTF" folder and you should have 2 things inside, one folder "Accounts" and a file "Config.wtf"
Step #4
Open the Config.wtf file, use notepad or some other text doc.
Step #5
Once inside find the line SET ProcessAffinityMask "3" , now change the 3 to 15, save the file and close it.
Step #6
Once you have the file close, right click the file and click on properties, and place a check mark in the read-only box.
This make it so every time WOW starts it does not replace the 15 with a 3.