Your Questions About Can My Computer Run World Of Warcraft Mists Of Pandaria

Robert asks…

Will my computer run world of warcraft mist of pandaria?

Geforce 7100
celeron 2.0 ghz
This is a very old computer that i found and just wondering if it could run Wow.
If it does how much fps?

dknol answers:

Erm…. How much RAM…?

– You need 2 GB RAM (1 GB Windows XP), Recommended 4GB or RAM
– 25 GB available hard drive space

And yes, NVIDIA GeForce 7100 will run World of Warcraft.

Donna asks…

What is the Mist of Pandaria warcraft and how do you play it?

what is it about? What's pandaria?
can you play it for free on your computer like the reign of chaos and the frozen throne or is it online?

dknol answers:

Mists of Panderia (around $40) is an expansion for world of warcraft and in order to play it you must buy all the rest of the game including battle chest (around $10) and catyclism (around $30) and a member ship that will run you $15 a month. You have to download it and its about 21 gb of space for the full game. I know it sounds pretty bad, but its totally worth it to me I fell in love with this game. Im pretty sure everything is on sale if you buy of, the dropped all the prices like $10 i think, so if you want to play now is the time to get it.

P.S. I wouldn't start buying the whole game start with the battle chest it comes with gameplay up to lvl 80 and you get a free 30 days of member ship, if you like the game buy the rest after.

William asks…

Can my laptop run World Of Warcraft Mists of Pandaria?

Here are some screenshots I took of the specs. If you need any more information please let me know where to find it and I'll put it under more details. I don't currently have any of them downloaded on here.

I will be choosing best answer! thank you :)

dknol answers:

Lemme stop you at 2GB, you should have at least 8 for a smooth gaming experience. 64 bit is also better. I am afraid your computer is terrible outdated.

Ken asks…

What is a good MMORPG for PC?

It doesn't have to be free. I'm thinking about either WoW or Eve but do you have any recommendations? I haven't played any MMORPG before.

dknol answers:

My 3 favorite MMOS (in no particular order) are Runescape, World of Warcraft, and Starwars The old Republic.

Runescape has both a free and premium account. Membership requires 6 bucks a month and it's well worth it. The things i like about this game are it's active player versus player community. You can even go to places where if you kill someone, you get to keep their stuff. Though the game is lacking in graphics and “free movement” comparatively to other games. For example, you have to click to your locations rather then using arrow keys or continuously moving with your mouse. The are a bunch of “skills” in runescape, and every person and player has all the skills, the only thing that separates you from the guy next to you is how much money you have and how high your skills are.

This is a great MMO to start with, but if you play another one, it's unlikely you'll ever be able to play this one due to the graphic differences.

World Of Warcraft is kinda the king of MMO's. It costs 15 bucks a month to play and has no free version, and you have to buy a copy of the game, as well as a copy of every expansion pack they have. Make no mistake NO ONE stays at a outdated expansion, and unless you have the more current expansion you literally will not find a single group to play with. So you have to buy the Battle chest, the Cataclysm expansion, and Mists of pandaria expansion. If you buy it outside the holiday season, its going to run you about 120 bucks to get started. Leveling in this game also REALLY sucks. It takes about 15-30 days of play time to get to max level your first time (so almost a year if you play 1-2 hours a day) and thats when the game actually begins. At max level you can get into big groups and participate in all the fun stuff. This game is extremely time consuming and more expensive then other MMO's, i'd only recommend it if youve figured out that you actually like MMO's

SWTOR is a freaking awesome game. Best graphics out there period. So you kinda need a good computer to run it. The leveling process in this game is somewhat short, about 6-9 days played time. But its sooo much fun comparatively. When your leveling, there is a huge story line for you to follow, and you make 100's if not 1000s of decisions that alter the path of the story in the way that YOU want. It's amazingly fun and the graphics are awesome. The end game content once you reach max leveling however, is somewhat lacking. It's too easy for seasoned gamers like me. So it loses it touch. If you're a casual gamer with a mid-high end PC. This is the game for you, even if you're not a starwars fan. I wasn't and this became my favorite MMO.

Hope i helped!

David asks…

How to fix my computer?

I recently downloaded world of warcraft: Mist's of Pandaria. While playing it I have noticed some annoying things with my computer. The computer uses considerable effort to run the game (the fan runs constantly and is pretty loud) and the display driver crashes a lot. The computer (which was advertised as a gaming computer) ran Cataclysm (the expansion pack before MoP) perfectly fine. I am not sure exactly what sort of computer it is, but it is a dell studio xps with an intel i7 processor and runs windows 7. It is not a laptop. How do I fix the display driver crashing, and make it so the computer has less trouble running the game? Like do I need to free up more RAM, etc… and how do I go about making those changes?

dknol answers:

Find out what kind of video card your pc, download and install the latest video driver. If you do not know what kind of video card you have, you can go to windows' device manager under display and see it there or you can download gpu-z (google it) and run that program to tell you. Nonetheless, with new games, video card companies will have to release new drivers to fix the bugs, similar to what it sounds like you are experiencing.

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