What graphics card do I need to play World of Warcraft?

What graphics card do I need to play World of Warcraft?

NVIDIA GeForce GTX 760 (2 GB VRAM), AMD Radeon RX 560 (2 GB VRAM), and Intel UHD Graphics 630 (45W TDP with 8 GB System RAM) are the minimum required cards to run World of Warcraft. Using a slower video card may lead to performance issues in-game.

Can I play WoW on integrated graphics?

WoW requirements World of Warcraft BfA will take advantage of a high performance 4-core CPU with some performance uplift for 6-cores when in new zones (1080p, mode 7). However in low power low frequency CPUs with integrated graphics the game will bounce between CPU and iGPU limitations.

Can I still play WoW if my graphics card is not supported?

Other input devices are not supported. With the graphical improvements in the Shadowlands expansion, WoW no longer supports GPUs which are incompatible with shader-model-5. However, a small number of players still runs WoW on older hardware, and as a result, cannot play the game.

Can Vega 3 graphics run World of Warcraft?

Short Answer: World of Warcraft is quite a low-demanding game to play, so the Ryzen 3 2200g GPU with Vega 8 can run the game smoothly. Assuming you’re just interested in 1080p resolution at 60 fps. Of course, depending on the settings when out in the world.

How can I make WoW run smoother?

How To Make World of Warcraft Run Faster And Get Higher FPS

  1. Go to a city in World of Warcraft that is populated by a lot of players and click on the game menu then system then graphics and Start by moving the video settings bar all the way to the left to Low / 1.
  2. Put texture filtering on Bilinear.

Will World of Warcraft ever get better graphics?

Blizzard’s been working on making the positively ancient World of Warcraft look better for its next patch, 6.1. The update will bring back anti-aliasing of the MSAA and SSAA variety and textures will all look considerably more detailed thanks to Nvidia’s HBAO+.