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#61199 11-May-2010 22:11
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Alright, I haven't really checked around for a long time, around a year or so i'd say, so I have a few questions in regards to how playable WoW is at peak times these days.

I used to get disconnected in raids and so on after peak times, wondering if this still happens? I looked around, but I couldn't find any recent topics on.

Been looking into getting into playing a bit again, just wondering if its worth it. 

Cheers. 

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  #329199 12-May-2010 01:24
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Flatmate uses it on his xnet connection, no complaints - think its wow he is playing mostly. Is that the one where you can get a motorbike and drive around?




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  #329213 12-May-2010 08:19
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Uh, perhaps. Yeah, as long as its still a fantasy based setting.

Is this raiding at peak times however? You can play the game normally fine, but it screws up when raiding at peak times.

 
 
 
 


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  #329313 12-May-2010 12:31
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Yes it has all the other stupid looking characters running around with little bars over their heads etc.

Heres what he said.

 I havent played it heaps but the last 2 weeks its been fine with no lag
 the week b4 that it was horrable
 Maybe they got more bandwidth




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  #329316 12-May-2010 12:36
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Oh sweet, I guess i'll check it out.

Thanks.

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  #329320 12-May-2010 12:41
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Uhoh, theres some more...

I get 200-250 ping
hardly playable in arena
but the best ive ever had is 140, and thats still not very good in compeition




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