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Hey so I have starting Mythic progression and I just feel like I should be doing more DPS at my item level but I don't know if it is my Rotation or Stat priority.

I'm looking at the logs and I feel like I should be doing more DPS in my current gear with is 874 with 22% Crit 29% Haste 46% Mastery 

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I also feel the same I am 873 Ilvl and I will hover around 320k dps single target where other specs similar to mine are doing more. I think it may be down to my legendaries as I have the boots and while really they have good utility by being able to heal yourself to the full health doesn't help the dps. I do have the legendary helm though and 33% haste as suggested by another forum. Do we need more haste again does anyone know what the ideal haste rating is or does it even matter now 7.15 is soon and it will change things aging. 

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On 12/3/2016 at 11:31 PM, Nev said:

 [...]around 320k dps single target where other specs similar to mine are doing more. I think it may be down to my legendaries as I have the boots and while really they have good utility by being able to heal yourself to the full health doesn't help the dps[...]

How much more are you expecting ? 320 kdps is pretty decent. Your legendary boots are imo the best you can have. 0 dps increase but an instant full heal on anyone. I play healer in raids and dps in mythic man5, I always have my heal itf, and I saved the day quite a lot of times by helping the healer.

That being said, it's always good to try to improve in any area, so if you want to achieve more dps, you can make sure that your time all you CDs at the same time: incarnation + prolonged power + racial (if applicable) + full moon available, making sure you're in the right spot that will allow you to dps without having to move + always pool 40 AP in case you actually need to move.

If you want actual specifics, I'd advise to use simucraft, which will alow you to weight your stats for *you*, and will tell you how far you are from the expected DPS.

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