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Looking for a pc to play World of Warcraft on high easily with no lags.

I'm looking for a good pc that will play World of Warcraft on High at Least and I have my eye on one that has
Intel Core i5-4570 Dual-Core processor 3.60GHz, 6MB L3 Cache
8GB DDR3 SDRAM system memory (expandable to 32GB)
1TB SATA hard drive
Motherboard Intel H81 Express Chipset
NVIDIA GeForce GTX 650 Graphics
With 1GB dedicated graphics memory, HDMI and VGA capabilities
Is this good enough? Or should i look for something better? My budget I'm trying to stick to is about $600 to $700.
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  1. It isn't quite good enough. See this page here:
    http://www.notebookcheck.net/Intel-HD-Graphics-4400.91979.0.html

    That is comparing the same graphics chipset in laptops, which would make it a little slower but close. However, you shouldn't say no to that system. If the price seems good to you, buy it. For around $50 you can buy a cheap graphics card to put inside of the computer that will run World of Warcraft with the settings maxed out. It is really easy to put the graphics card in if you have never done it before.
  2. intel integrated graphics won't play WoW on high. Honestly, the i3 can handle wow pretty well (I have it in an office computer then runs full high a few ultra settings, but it does need a decent GPU with it to burden some of the load, integrated graphics may get you to medium settins at most but I doubt it. The Build I have in my office on high/ultra settings is running

    i3-4130
    8 GB Ram
    500W power supply
    Sapphire r7 260x

    I Would say for stable High Settingsd you should get at least an r7 260. Best of luck to you sir.
  3. If you do go for a graphics card with this system, here are two which would work. Though several others would also work.

    http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16814500305
    http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16814133459
  4. IInuyasha74 said:
    It isn't quite good enough. See this page here:
    http://www.notebookcheck.net/Intel-HD-Graphics-4400.91979.0.html

    That is comparing the same graphics chipset in laptops, which would make it a little slower but close. However, you shouldn't say no to that system. If the price seems good to you, buy it. For around $50 you can buy a cheap graphics card to put inside of the computer that will run World of Warcraft with the settings maxed out. It is really easy to put the graphics card in if you have never done it before.


    Anonymous said:
    intel integrated graphics won't play WoW on high. Honestly, the i3 can handle wow pretty well (I have it in an office computer then runs full high a few ultra settings, but it does need a decent GPU with it to burden some of the load, integrated graphics may get you to medium settins at most but I doubt it. The Build I have in my office on high/ultra settings is running

    i3-4130
    8 GB Ram
    500W power supply
    Sapphire r7 260x

    I Would say for stable High Settingsd you should get at least an r7 260. Best of luck to you sir.


    Oh i hadn't noticed anyone answered Thank you! Um I actually realized how much that was NOT going to do what i wanted it to do very fast and i found another one and replaced the old one on here. So if you could give me any information on the new one i picked that would be GREAT! <3 ^_^ btw its miss not sir lol :)
  5. IInuyasha74 said:
    If you do go for a graphics card with this system, here are two which would work. Though several others would also work.

    http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16814500305
    http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16814133459


    BTW I LOVE your name lol I love that anime and I have a Wow Character named Inuyashya lol
  6. Best answer
    A Miss who likes computer games and anime, now its interesting. ;)

    Anyways I looked at the new rig you posted, that one is much better. It is actually better than you even think. Its a quad core processor and fast. The graphics card, I actually owned one just like that for a while. You won't have any issues at all with WoW maxed out.
  7. Also if you are interested you might try building your own system. There is a little bit of study involved, but you can get a better system overall and you will know your system better which helps if you ever have to fix it.

    If you are interested in doing that instead, PM me and I will help you pick out parts and walk you through setting it up.
  8. IInuyasha74 said:
    A Miss who likes computer games and anime, now its interesting. ;)

    Anyways I looked at the new rig you posted, that one is much better. It is actually better than you even think. Its a quad core processor and fast. The graphics card, I actually owned one just like that for a while. You won't have any issues at all with WoW maxed out.


    lol Thank you so much! I was a bit worried the graphic card still wouldn't be enough but i'll trust you. lol I'm not looking to build my own system Just yet, I'm going to start college soon and i'll be taking some computer classes so maybe i'll start when I'm more knowledgeable Thank you! <3
  9. No problem, happy to help. The GPU really should be.
    http://www.tomshardware.com/reviews/geforce-gtx-660-geforce-gtx-650-benchmark,3297-13.html

    See that link. They did high settings with 1080P and managed a minimum of 34FPS. So it should be good. I personally would drop AA down low or completely off, and if you do that you would manage all other settings on Ultra settings at a playable rate.

    Though are you sure you want a desktop in this case? If you are starting college you might want to consider a laptop unless you will be living at home while attending school. For around $750 you can get a laptop should manage the same performance, but might have a lower resolution display.
  10. IInuyasha74 said:
    No problem, happy to help. The GPU really should be.
    http://www.tomshardware.com/reviews/geforce-gtx-660-geforce-gtx-650-benchmark,3297-13.html

    See that link. They did high settings with 1080P and managed a minimum of 34FPS. So it should be good. I personally would drop AA down low or completely off, and if you do that you would manage all other settings on Ultra settings at a playable rate.

    Though are you sure you want a desktop in this case? If you are starting college you might want to consider a laptop unless you will be living at home while attending school. For around $750 you can get a laptop should manage the same performance, but might have a lower resolution display.


    Thanks :) Yeah I'm sure. I already have a laptop and I will living at home so no big deal right now. This Desktop I'm getting is for gaming, mostly WoW. It's a gift from my mom.
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