Ok my rig isIntel i7 6700k 4.0 GHZNvidia 107016 GB DDR4 2400 RAM(with wow installed on my ssd)I see that I will be able to play wow on good graphics Will I experience lag/choppiness if I play wow on very high/max settings?
The only real issue I see coming is that even if those of us want to upgrade our graphics card to something a little beefier than what we have now, it's going to be almost impossible now that the freaking cryptominers are sending the cost of graphics cards into the stratosphere (or buying so many of them that there aren't any to be found, unless you're willing to part with $1k for one).
Does the collector's edition not come with a DVD anymore?
sorry to be a noob at this but if you don't purchase the BFA expansion , will you still have to meet the new system requirements to run WoW ? I just got a new laptop at a great price but processor is a core i3 and it looks like that won't be good enough. have been enjoying playing Wow and wouldn't want to say goodbye just yet but I don't plan on upgrading my computer again anytime soon.
7th Generation Intel® Core™ i5-7300HQ (Quad-Core, 6MB Cache, up to 3.5GHz w/ Turbo Boost)I'm not much on this PC Stuff, but is this going to cut it? I'm well above the other requirements, but if I can't play, I'm just going to unsub now.
Well, today i noticed that i got invited to beta testing, and now i'm very disappointed (i didn't thought that the pc requirements for WoW will be a problem for me, ever, so this is the first time that i checked the new requirements). On the live servers i constantly have 60 fps except for Dalaran where i have 53-55 (not that i care much about my fps in cities), 45-50 in raids, all of these with the quality on 7, but on the beta servers i have 40 fps during questing in the world with the quality on 3-4... I just have a hard time understanding how Blizzard managed to increase the pc req this much while the game doesn't even look better than it did in Legion.
Graphics Card: AMD Radeon R9 390Processor: Intel Core i5-6600 CPU @ 3.30GHz, 3301 Mhz, 4 cores, 4 Logical ProcessorsRAM: 8 GBHard Drives: Samsung SSD 850 EVO 250GBWDC 1 TBWill I be good?
can somebody tell me please , can i play world of Warcraft (2018) on my old pc , cpu- intel core 2 quad q6600gpu- gtx 730 ram- 8Gbssd- 120gband how many fps if I can play many thanks
First of all, building a PC is less expensive or similar to most laptops out there and can be upgraded throughout its life. If you are a gamer, you upgrade your PC continuously, making small or single part upgrades every few years so you don't run into this problem. Complaining to a gaming company when your computer is old af is just silly on your part, what did you expect? The ddr3 to ddr4 generation change is what got me, had to buy a new motherboard on that one, but again, those are inexpensive. Plus, if you think you cant understand how or its too hard? Im a mom and busy and not really tech savvy, I just watched every youtube video I could find, some of them like 6 times over and over lol. pcpartpicker dot com was all I needed for ideas. Hope this helps. <3
Well I guess by now you all realize you can play WoW on less than the system requirements listed, right?I play on:i3 3220Geforce GT 430 1gb8gb DDR3 1600And yes, I'm playing BFA and have 4 maxed alts
My old laptop has a i7-4710, 16 gigs ram, ssd, 860m 4gig gpu. It ran it just find. Now I have a MSI i7-8750h, 16gigs ram, ssd, 1060 6gig gpu. Only use it when I am away from my desktop.