1 x 10/100/1000Mbps Copper Gigabit Port Embedded on Motherboard
Dual Layer DVD +/- RW drive
Logitech Keyboard and Optical Mouse
2 x USB 2.0 slots (front)
6 x USB 2.0 slots (rear)
1x S/PDIF Out
5 Audio ports (7.1 surround)
Microsoft Windows 7 Home Premium 64 bit
DogHouse Recovery Media
48 Hour burn in and stress test at factory
One Years Parts and Labor Warranty
This computer costs $1000 base, and with a higher clocked CPU(3.06GHz as opposed to 2.93) , 4GB of ram instead of 2, windows 7 ultimate 64 instead of windows 7 home 64, a 72 hour build time, and shipping, it costs around $1,872.57.
What I wanted to ask was if any of you think that this computer could run WoW on max settings relatively well in most areas (35FPS+).
How do you think this computer would fare in 25 man raids such as icc 25 on max settings.
Thought i'd add that by max settings I mean high not ultra, with shadows set to around 50% or lower.
Also I am looking to primarily just play WoW while at the same time enjoy the most out of the game by having the best FPS and graphics/AFFORDABILITY ratio.
I am really only interested in how this computer would function in the various aspects of WoW.
yeah, cost me $800 canadian for my new PC and it's fast, AMD Phenom II X4 955BE, Asus M4A77TD AM3 Mobo, 2GB DDR3-1333 Kingston, 640Gb WD Black SATA2 32Mb Cache, Asus HD 5770 CuCore 1Gb DDR5, LG 22X SATA Dvd-rw, Antec 300, Coolermaster 600Watt PSU. trust me, build your own, if I had $1800 for a PC it would be way better for GPU and probably xFired.....
That computer will run it very nicely, at any resolution I would have thought (unless you are 30" or multiple screens), though 4Gb of RAM is probably woth ot cause Windows Vista/7 use loads of RAM. I would run it fine with 2Gb I think, cause WoW is a fairly old game. Your 5670 is a mainstream modern DX11 card, and will piss all over WoW, for search of a better word