All fans of MMO games are familiar with World of Warcraft. A huge world, dangerous bosses and huge locations - that's what attracts gamers. However, there is another side to the coin. The game is quite demanding.
The player will encounter different versions of WoW. The system requirements for each version are very different. Changes made by the manufacturer, constantly increase the weight of the game. Additions require more performance or RAM from the PC. Having decided to install WoW, the player must first familiarize himself with the necessary parameters.
In September 2016, the release of the add-on is expected"Legion" for the game WoW. System requirements have already been submitted. Work novelty will be on any platform, including XP. This is definitely a plus. Although it is strange to see an outdated OS in the list of characteristics.
The player will need 45 gigabytes to installnew items. Given the vast world, such a volume is fully justified. The hardware requirements are much stricter than the Windows version. You need at least two gigabytes of RAM for playing WoW. System requirements also increased to the video card. The player will need a GeForse GT 440. The HD Graphics 5000 from Intel or Radeon HD 5670 is also suitable. The processor also needs more support. For "minimalok" will come Phenom II X3 720 or its equivalent.
The maximum performance of the game will provideonly OS 10.11. The video card is also much more powerful, you can use GeForse 775M, Radeon R9 M290X or analogues with more power. The amount of space on the disk is 45 gigabytes, but the RAM needs 8 GB. The player will need a Core I5-4670 processor or similar chips.
The predecessors of the Legion are not so demanding. In 2011, the addition of the "Pandaria Mist" for WoW came out. Minimum system requirements start with a dual-core processor and a frequency of 1.4 GHz each. Suitable for playing Pentium D, but the fourth Pentium will not cope with the task.
The disk must be free at least 25gigabyte for installing WoW. System requirements for the operating system grew from 1 to 2 GB. As a video card you need to use at least GeForse FX 6800 or more powerful. Mist of Pandaria works on XP and Windows 7.
The maximum requirements are a bit tougher. The computer should work on a 64-bit seven or eight. The amount of RAM has grown to four gigabytes. The Athlon 64 x2 or Intel Core 2 Duo is suitable for the processor. The performance should be at least 2.2-2.4 GHz.
The addon was released in 2014. This is the fifth addition to WoW. System requirements for a laptop and a PC are no different. The computer should work on any Windows or Mac 10.8. From the "hardware", for minimum settings, requires the presence of 2 GB of RAM or 1 - when using Windows XP. The game takes 35 GB of free memory.
GeForse 8800 GT, model HD 4850Radeon, and also HD Graphics 3000 from Intel, will provide work on "minimals". The processor should be no worse than, Intel Core 2 Duo E6600 or Phenom X3 8750. The recommended performance starts from 2.2 -2.4 GHz.
Maximum settings are only available on the hardwaremore powerful. GeForce GTX 470, Radeon HD 5870 or similar gadgets are suitable for video cards. The processor must provide a performance of 3.6-3.8 GHz. Suitable chips Core i5-2400 from Intel or AMD FX-4100. The amount of space required for installation is 25 GB, and the required RAM is 4 GB. Run on the "max" WoW on a 64-bit OS. Suitable for Windows 7 and 8.
Released in 2009, "Cataclysm" lessdemanding than his followers. The PC will require only 1.3 GHz performance and 1 GB of RAM for playing at minimum settings. Any video card is perfect. For installation, it is necessary that the disk was free 25 GB.
To date, the requirements of the "Cataclysm"are rather ridiculous. The video card should have 256 MB, and the RAM - only 2 GB. Performance requirements are also low. The processor must provide 2 GHz. In general, the requests for the supplement are rather modest.
These are the latest and most popular additions to WoWin recent years. There are no sky-high requirements, which means that the game will start on almost any computer. An exception can be considered another planned addition "Legion", which is quite gluttonous.