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So I'm fixing to buy a gaming computer but will this do WoW on ultra settings?
EOS 204S Mid-Tower Gaming Case with Power Efficient Power Supply, Black
Motherboard & Processor
CyberPower Component AMD FX-4100 Processor with Motherboard, Bundle Only
CyberPower CPRM8000 8GB Kit (2 x 4GB) DDR3 SDRAM Performance Gaming Memory
CyberPower CPHD2000 2TB Hard Disk Drive
CYBERPOWER PC CPVC6500 NVIDIA GeForce GTX 650 1GB GDDR5 PCI Express 3.0 HDCP Ready Video Card
CYBERPOWER PC LITE-ON 24x DVD+/-RW Dual-Layer SuperMulti Optical Drive
CyberPower Microsoft Windows 7 Home Premium 64-Bit Edition (PC)
CyberPower CPFA104123 Maximum 120mm LED Case Fan, Crystal
hardware is fine, graphics card will struggle with ultra
What about this set up?
Intel 3rd generation Core i5 3570 quad core 3.8Ghz 6MB socket 1155 CPU
Asus P8B75-M w/ SATA II, USB3.0, DDR3 up to 16GB, SLI&Crossfire Ready
8GB (2x 4GB DDR3-1600Mhz) RAM CAS latency 9
1TB Western Digital SATA2 hard drive 32MB cache
Integrated Intel HD 4000 1100Mhz graphics core
Corsair 650W TruPower high quality power supply w/ PCI-x/ATX-24pin/SATA
Lite-On IHAS124-04 24X SATA DVD +- R/RW Dual Layer Burner w LightScribe
NEW Genuine Windows 7 Ultimate 64 bit with COA
NZXT Phantom Gaming case w/ window, fans, leds, temp monitors
No need to keep making threads, just use one and keep updating it as you go.
As for your question, I'm no computer expert, but the Integrated graphics will be something you want to avoid. For gaming you really should have a dedicated graphics card.
If you are building one, you should do research before buying to build. If you are buying a premade, do a bit of research on the items that meet your price range to get the most bang for your dollar.
If you are on a tight budget, I'd suggest looking at cyberpower and iBuyPower. They both have sites you can order from, and build what you want from their selection lists. And if that's too much hassle, you can also build versions from them listed on Walmart's site.
You should just get away with it on your 1st setup. i play wow on ultra on a older machine consisting of E8400 Core Duo 3ghz clocked to 3.6Ghz / Radeon 4890 / 6GB DDR2 800mhz (Recently upgraded from 4GB). cand drop as low as 15-20 fps but thats ok for me.
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