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  Reply # 143764 7-Jul-2008 13:50
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Just a curious question... is there any Mac WoW players here?

I suddenly had a thought of playing WoW on Mac and since I've wanted to get iMac for a good long while thought this may possibly be a good time?...

So if you're Mac user and play WoW, what's your experience and what's a good set up for Mac WoW?




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  Reply # 143768 7-Jul-2008 13:53

freitasm: If there's a Geekzone guild I might even join. Perhaps create a new discussion just to announce if such a guild is created and asking people to join?


What a great idea!!!

I recommend forming that guild on Frostmourne Ocenia server!!!

Localised playing time plus my Lvl 70 Undead Lock is still sitting there waiting for me to re-subscribe.

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  Reply # 143771 7-Jul-2008 13:57
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I will be creating the Guild tonight on Cenarius where quite a few of us are located already.

More details to follow.

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  Reply # 143779 7-Jul-2008 14:05
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Yes, if only I had no friends on my server =(  I would most likely move my characters over.

@ chiefie
I know of some people in my guild who play via Mac, both laptop & other.  Same goes, just need decent graphics & ram.  I don't know what these are, but found this page which might be of some use to you.  The specs are at the bottom I believe.
Although these are pre TBC specs, you could possibly double them to safely play on WoW TBC.  Dont forget there is another expansion due either end of this year, or early next.  They like to release @ xmas.  So, you may need more of everything, definatly more space.  Haha.





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  Reply # 143786 7-Jul-2008 14:09
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kinsten, I've found the recommended specs for WoW on Mac but it is still as cryptic as ever... So would love to get a real-world recommendation from Mac WoW players, still need to access should one get MBP or iMac (to fit the wallet of course)




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  Reply # 143960 7-Jul-2008 18:30
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I haz WEI of 3.8. Obviously need to upgrade my GPU from nVidia 6600 256MB to something more modern... hehe

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