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Protip: I played WoW from 2004 until mid 2010, the thing killing your FPS is the shadows (Which they introduced just before WOTLK and never really optimized)

Turn shadows to at least medium and you won't notice a difference but FPS will guaranteed double. Everything else can remain max.
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Originally Posted by Draggin View Post
Uh, Isn't a 5750 cutting it pretty close during raids, expect like 20 fps.
I'm pretty sure that even with that graphics card I would get more than 20fps during raids, unless there are tons of fire / glow effects in a cramped area for a 25man...just my thought.
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