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World of Warcraft on 2.26Ghz unibody Macbook

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hey guys,

just wondering if anyone has played world of warcraft on a white unibody macbook, if so could you let me know how well it plays and what settings you have it on.

2.26 Core2Duo Macbook Unibody White
2GB ram

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