Re: World of Warcraft random deep freezes

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Louise

iam using rc1 and there is a noticeable improvement on this build it was
unplayable nearly on beta 2 but seems nearly as fast as xp now,just waiting
for an extra 1 gig of ram to improve things a little more....

hope this helps

louise
"Marten" <[email protected]> wrote in message
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> The only thing stopping me using Vista at the moment is the very poor
> performance of wow compaired to under XP.
>
> I use an Nvidia 6600GT. It does play but there can be some UI gliches and
> the performance is no good for raiding.
>
> Jason wrote:
>> WOW is an awesome game. I agree, it isn't very stable in beta 2, but I
>> hope in RC1 it will work with no problem. If someone using the latest
>> build has tried World of Warcraft, how is it running?
>>
>> "MG" <[email protected]> wrote in message
>> news:[email protected]
>>> I am a long subscriber of this game, and I must say I am quite impressed
>>> with the game's stability on the Windows XP system. I've recently (about
>>> half a month ago) upgraded to using Windows Vista Ultimate Beta2, and
>>> despite its interface similarities to the Mac, I enjoy it very much!
>>> However, the WoW game that I play so often does not fare so well on the
>>> Vista system. The freeze problem is very random, 1stable, when it
>>> freezes, even the escape sequence: ctrl+alt+delete does not
>>> respond(hence requires a powerdown), but sometimes I can play for 3-5
>>> hours straight smoothly and sometimes it'd freeze a couple of times
>>> within an hour. This has NEVER happened on the XP system I used to
>>> have. I have 3.2ghz Intel dual core with radeon x600 256mb vid. ram and
>>> 2GB 533MHz ddr2 memory. Any insights or comments are greatly
>>> appreciated!

>>
 

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Jean-Michel Bezeau

I am running World of Warcraft every day on my Vista RC1 computer. I have no
more problem with it than I was having with Windows XP.

It was not really working under Beta 2, I agree with that.

"Louise" <[email protected]> a écrit dans le message de news:
[email protected]...
> iam using rc1 and there is a noticeable improvement on this build it was
> unplayable nearly on beta 2 but seems nearly as fast as xp now,just
> waiting for an extra 1 gig of ram to improve things a little more....
>
> hope this helps
>
> louise
> "Marten" <[email protected]> wrote in message
> news:[email protected]
>> The only thing stopping me using Vista at the moment is the very poor
>> performance of wow compaired to under XP.
>>
>> I use an Nvidia 6600GT. It does play but there can be some UI gliches and
>> the performance is no good for raiding.
>>
>> Jason wrote:
>>> WOW is an awesome game. I agree, it isn't very stable in beta 2, but I
>>> hope in RC1 it will work with no problem. If someone using the latest
>>> build has tried World of Warcraft, how is it running?
>>>
>>> "MG" <[email protected]> wrote in message
>>> news:[email protected]
>>>> I am a long subscriber of this game, and I must say I am quite
>>>> impressed with the game's stability on the Windows XP system. I've
>>>> recently (about half a month ago) upgraded to using Windows Vista
>>>> Ultimate Beta2, and despite its interface similarities to the Mac, I
>>>> enjoy it very much! However, the WoW game that I play so often does not
>>>> fare so well on the Vista system. The freeze problem is very random,
>>>> 1stable, when it freezes, even the escape sequence: ctrl+alt+delete
>>>> does not respond(hence requires a powerdown), but sometimes I can play
>>>> for 3-5 hours straight smoothly and sometimes it'd freeze a couple of
>>>> times within an hour. This has NEVER happened on the XP system I used
>>>> to have. I have 3.2ghz Intel dual core with radeon x600 256mb vid. ram
>>>> and 2GB 533MHz ddr2 memory. Any insights or comments are greatly
>>>> appreciated!
>>>

>
 

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Jippo

Jean-Michel Bezeau kirjoitti:
> I am running World of Warcraft every day on my Vista RC1 computer. I
> have no more problem with it than I was having with Windows XP.
>
> It was not really working under Beta 2, I agree with that.
>
> "Louise" <[email protected]> a écrit dans le message de news:
> [email protected]...
>> iam using rc1 and there is a noticeable improvement on this build it
>> was unplayable nearly on beta 2 but seems nearly as fast as xp
>> now,just waiting for an extra 1 gig of ram to improve things a little
>> more....
>>
>> hope this helps
>>
>> louise
>> "Marten" <[email protected]> wrote in message
>> news:[email protected]
>>> The only thing stopping me using Vista at the moment is the very poor
>>> performance of wow compaired to under XP.
>>>
>>> I use an Nvidia 6600GT. It does play but there can be some UI gliches
>>> and the performance is no good for raiding.
>>>
>>> Jason wrote:
>>>> WOW is an awesome game. I agree, it isn't very stable in beta 2,
>>>> but I hope in RC1 it will work with no problem. If someone using
>>>> the latest build has tried World of Warcraft, how is it running?
>>>>
>>>> "MG" <[email protected]> wrote in message
>>>> news:[email protected]
>>>>> I am a long subscriber of this game, and I must say I am quite
>>>>> impressed with the game's stability on the Windows XP system. I've
>>>>> recently (about half a month ago) upgraded to using Windows Vista
>>>>> Ultimate Beta2, and despite its interface similarities to the Mac,
>>>>> I enjoy it very much! However, the WoW game that I play so often
>>>>> does not fare so well on the Vista system. The freeze problem is
>>>>> very random, 1stable, when it freezes, even the escape sequence:
>>>>> ctrl+alt+delete does not respond(hence requires a powerdown), but
>>>>> sometimes I can play for 3-5 hours straight smoothly and sometimes
>>>>> it'd freeze a couple of times within an hour. This has NEVER
>>>>> happened on the XP system I used to have. I have 3.2ghz Intel dual
>>>>> core with radeon x600 256mb vid. ram and 2GB 533MHz ddr2 memory.
>>>>> Any insights or comments are greatly appreciated!
>>>>

>>

>

I run WoW on Vista RC1. Slighly worse performance than under XP, but
nothing too serious. Radeon 9600XT here, with XP drivers.
 

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