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    Wow's servers? What does that room look like?!

    Does anyone know what the server room for blizzard looks like? anyone have any pics? i wouldnt mind seeing it out of curiosity

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    I think it looks something close to this. I bet that's why there is always all that maintenance. Ya know, to clean out the crap.

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    And here I was thinking that picture had to be customer support.
    "Here's a screenshot."
    file:///C:/Users/Public/Games/World%20of%20Warcraft/Screenshots/WoWScrnShot_111811_215147.jpg
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    I JUST THOUGHT OF SOMETHING AWESOME TO SAY THAT I NEVER HEARD BEFORE


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    While you may imagine these serverparks to be fields of endless rows with normal computers, I am affraid is looks more like the average datacenter. Something like the picture below would be accurate enough, I think...

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    That's no room!

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    We are WARRIORS man! If we can't make it bleed, we will sure as hell dent the f%^ck out of it!

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    I always imagined there'd be hamsters in wheels

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    Quote Originally Posted by Somnio
    While you may imagine these serverparks to be fields of endless rows with normal computers, I am affraid is looks more like the average datacenter. Something like the picture below would be accurate enough, I think...
    Though on occasion you do see some that really are endless rows of normal computers. What you can rely on is the hard-core air conditioning, that's always present.



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    and this is what they look like on patch day.


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