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Apple iMac

I managed to get an Apple iMac 21.5" Desktop (Intel Core i5, 1.6Ghz dual core, 8GB RAM) effectively free.
I know a little about PCs and looking at the specs I  believe it should be adequate enough to run 8 accounts smoothly but am not confident in this assumption. If anyone has run 8 accounts on an iMAc I'd really love to hear your input.

I could always sell the iMac and get a new PC - something I am in need of - but I'd prefer to not have to.

Any feedback is appreciated.

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I think it should work, Dofus is not an intensive game to run

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The i5 being dual core may be an issue running 8 accounts

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I have an iMac with a 3.0GHz Core 2 Duo, 8GB RAM. It starts lagging with 3-4+ accounts. Especially if there's a lot of shit happening on a map. Same goes for my MacBook Air, 1,7GHz i5, 4GB RAM. 

I don't think you'll be able to run 8 accounts smoothly, honestly I think even 4+ won't even run smoothly. It will run, and you can do stuff with it, just with a lot of lag :-D

 

Edit: oh, and don't turn on the fight chat on more than 1 client it somehow fucks the game up even more.

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Thanks for the replies, time to build a new PC. Quite excited :)

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