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WoW Gaming on Notebook

Last response: in Video Games
April 2, 2011 9:52:41 PM


I'm looking to buy a laptop to use for school, work, and entertainment. I would like one that can play WoW with ease. I know VERY little about specs and the more technical things about computers. The specific laptop I'm looking at has the following specs: VISION technology from AMD with 2.9GHz AMD Phenom II dual-core mobile processor N640; 6GB DDR3 RAM; 640GB 7200RPM SATA hard drive with ProtectSmart hard drive protection;ATI Mobility Radeon HD 5470 switchable graphics with 512MB DDR3 RAM, up to 3197MB total memory. How would WoW play on that? Also, can I use the wireless internet at my house to play it or should I connect my laptop to the modem/router?


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April 3, 2011 3:03:06 AM

I've played wow for 2 years on a notebook with an Athlon x64 processor and only 2 gigs of ram. I played on low settings and only had to quit when cata was released. I think the notebook you're looking at will most likely play the game on fair to medium settings but honestly idk. I do know though that wow is more CPU intensive and if its in your budgets go with a laptop with an i5 in it or a phenom x4.
May 13, 2011 10:44:22 AM

That note book will play wow no problem.

Just make sure its plugged into the mains though!

Settings wise, you will have to play with these to find a sweet spot.