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pammazan

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hey guys hey
im wondering if i can build a computer for about 700 bucks wiht a duel screen vid card and run 2 accounts of WoW on it at teh same time. me and my g/f play WoW and i dont want to buy a 2nd computer, im wondering if i can jsut split screen and run a 2nd program off the 2nd monitor? any ideas?
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I don't think the price would be too much of an issue - WoW isn't that demanding of a game. You might have problems with input though, I assume you would both need keyboards and mice. I'm not sure if there's a way to use two mice at the same time.
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i have heard rumors of massive super-computeresque rigs running 3-4 WoW (seperate accs) at once

and i personally experienced (at school) using a multiple session enabled desktop, so what you are

saying might be possible. i dont really know anything about it but these links should help you.

IMO, virtual machines are the answer :s but i dont really know enough to help you. i hope i pointed you in

the right direction.

Please advise, the whole process could cost you alot
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