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laptop to play World of warcraft on?

Discussion in 'What Notebook Should I Buy?' started by glancealot, Mar 17, 2009.

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  1. glancealot

    glancealot Notebook Enthusiast

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    /bump for fellow wow players to see.

    btw, my laptop arrives tomorrow.

    thanks again, NBR and all of the people that helped and tried to help!
     
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    ithias Notebook Enthusiast

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    wow is very scalable, my almost 3 year old dell e1505 (T2600 @ 2.16GHz, ATI X1400, 1GB ram, 7200rpm hdd) served me just fine in my wow days; i didn't hiccough while solo'ing or raiding (20-40mans, i quit when TBC came out), nor did i have to shutdown any processes

    did the expansion really change requirements that much? that's not like blizzard at all.. on the other hand you don't have 40 mans anymore so . . .

    that's my 2c, enjoy your new lappy, it'll definitely do the job :)
     
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    glancealot Notebook Enthusiast

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    you probably didn't have vista then...

    check out how many tweaks you probably have to do if you use vista:

    http://forum.notebookreview.com/showthread.php?t=166532
     
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