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Well i'm tired of the lag and fps drops while playing WoW, and I am thinking of getting a gaming PC for Christmas. I'm around the 4- $500 range and am looking for advice for an average PC. I don't wan't ultra settings or even high. I just wish to play on medium to fair settings but with high FPS. Any help is appreciated, thanks.
If we assume you're playing at 1080p, and with no monitor or other accessories factored into the price, any prebuilt PC you buy for $500 will likely not give you a satisfactory experience in WoW. You'd either have to run it in a tiny window or suffer through low FPS.
Edited by Liposuction on 11/26/2012 4:55 PM PST
It's easy. But pictures speak thousand words; go Youtube and look for "how to build pc" or something like it. NewEgg has comprehensive video on Youtube about it.
You don't have to buy from different stores, but in order to save maximum $, you must.
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