More WoW Free Time

The World of Warcraft Community Site (thanks Frans) describes the latest compensation Blizzard is offering to subscribers of their MMORPG based on the ongoing downtime they have been experiencing, which are detailed in this GameSpot story. Word is: "We do appreciate your patience and enthusiasm about playing World of Warcraft, and we regret that you faced periods of high traffic this past weekend that caused some of you to have a poor game experience. So, due to the extended nature of the server issues, we will be providing a free 48-hour extension of play time. As with previous extensions, this will show up as free extra time on your current billing period (or on your trial period, for those of you who purchased the game recently). We hope you'll bear with us as we continue to work hard on implementing changes for long-term stability."
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The problem I am having with World Of Warcraft at the moment is after a while the game slows down to 1.5 Frames per second, and start's over consuming my 1GB of RAM.

It's pretty annoying. I don't recall it happening before the 1.2 patch.

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