Retrieving Informaiton (Tailoring)

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My game plays completely normal high fps, ~50 latency and all my other professions open perfectly fine but everyday I go to open my Priests' tailoring to craft the cloth it'll hang and say for about 3 minutes "retrieving information."

Any solutions would be appreciated, thanks.
Try flushing your game cache (deleting your Cache folder). That may help. Beyond that, it's possible that your game client is simply loading this information slowly. Latency != throughput, so it's possible your game data is just not getting there fast enough.
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Try flushing your game cache (deleting your Cache folder). That may help. Beyond that, it's possible that your game client is simply loading this information slowly. Latency != throughput, so it's possible your game data is just not getting there fast enough.
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I'll delete the chache and try that, but I did attempt to resolve it by tranferring the game data from my 7200 RPM HDD, to a SSD with no performance increase on that end.
If you're getting this particular error, the problematic load times are not from your local drive into your local memory, but from Blizzard's servers to your computer. Again, latency is not throughput.
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I misunderstood your direction on throughput. All of my previous tests regarding any blizzard managed devices has come back with exceptional timings. May just need to be something I live with, not like it's a huge inconvenience.

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