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  1. Thanks a lot guys, appreciate your help! I guess it's just a matter of how much time you're willing to spend gaming non-stop after release.
  2. So, I've been thinking about buying a t420 for some time now, and finally decided to go for it. My only concern at this point is it's performance in Vanilla WoW. Not interested in other games, just our beloved holy grail. I'm used to playing on 1920x1200 external display on maximum graphics settings, and since 420 has pretty poor gpu, I'm concerned if I'm gonna be comfortable playing wow on it. There are two options for gpus - Intel HD3000 or NVidia NVS4200. Both are low grade, and I couldn't find any articles or youtube videos about running vanilla on these gpus. Can anybody provide some meaningful insight into what to expect from these cards? Thanks in advance for any help!
  3. Not sure if this was already discussed here - couldn't find similar threads in a reasonable amount of time The point of the thread is probably clear from the title - what are the fastest ways to get ahead of the median while leveling in overpopulated starting and other low level locations? Say, I'm willing to spend 24 hours starting with server release solely on this goal. Does having a group or at least a partner help? Grinding outside main quest hubs? Exploration? If there was similar discussions on Elysium/Nost forums, I would appreciate linkin to such threads. Thanks in advance for any advice!