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Sets the amount of Color Bits wow uses. Values range 16, 24, 32.
Default Setting[edit | edit source]
Possible Settings[edit | edit source]
- 16-bit color (High Color)
- 24-bit color (True Color)
- 32-bit color (Deep Color)
Changing this setting[edit | edit source]
This CVar requires a UI reload. In-game, type the following
/console gxDepthBits setting /console gxColorBits setting /console gxRestart
Alternatively, you can exit wow, open the Config.wtf file, and add the following line:
SET gxDepthBits setting SET gxColorBits setting
Notes on 16-bit setting[edit | edit source]
As of 3.1, 16-bit is no longer a valid setting in the Interface dropdown menu. However, if you still need to use this setting due to a very low-end graphics card, you can via the in-game macro:
/console gxDepthBits 16 /console gxColorBits 16 /console gxRestart
Be aware that this setting does NOT save when you shut down the game, and you'll have to run these lines every time you log in.