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My desktop broke a while back, and I've been playing on my laptop. Looking at getting a new desktop. How good will this run World of Warcraft? Thank's in advance!
Operating System Platform Windows
Operating System Windows 8
Processor Brand AMD
Processor Platform AMD VISION FX
Processor AMD FX-Series
Processor Speed 3.5GHz
Cache Memory 6MB on die Level 2, up to 8MB on die Level 3
System Memory (RAM) 10GB
System Memory (RAM) Expandable To 32GB
Type of Memory (RAM) DDR3 SDRAM
Hard Drive Type SATA (7200 rpm)
Hard Drive Size 1TB
Graphics AMD Radeon HD 7450
Video Memory 1GB dedicated; up to 4830MB total available as allocated by Windows 8
Well, the CPU listing is kinda vague, but the graphics card is entry-level, and seems likely to be an integrated one on a Trinity chipset. If you know it's a budget system, I suppose it would be ok.
Listing the price would be helpful though.
Yeah, that's no good, it's got no monitor, so it'd have to be at least 100 dollars to be considered.
That it's an HP and loaded with shovelware...don't do it.
building a PC thats entry level can be far more cheaper, then what you buy from a big brand pc vendor
I finally built my own PC on a budget and it went fairly well and runs the games i want it to for under 500$
http://pcpartpicker.com/p/s6WS this is what I went with and am quite happy with it
operating system, mouse, keyboard and moniter were laying around the house had no need to purchase them which was quite awesome
Edited by Glìtterstorm on 12/11/2012 11:03 PM PST
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