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World of Warcraft build with high to max settings

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September 5, 2010 4:09:16 PM

APPROXIMATE PURCHASE DATE:
I will order computer October 17

BUDGET RANGE:
$500 to $700 range. (depends on the hours I work from now until then)

SYSTEM USAGE FROM MOST TO LEAST IMPORTANT:
Main use is world of warcraft and upcoming Cataclysm. WOW is only game I play. Surfing web, videos. etc...

PARTS NOT REQUIRED:
I have keyboard and mouse.
Monitor is capable of 1680x1050.
I have windows XP, will have windows 7 soon.

PREFERRED WEBSITE(S) FOR PARTS:
Cyberpower
Newegg
Tigerdirect
HP-Dell
ibuypower
I prefer a premade. I have owned a cyberpower. It ran flawlessly from April 06 until a week ago when it fell off my desk during my move and landed in few inches of water.

COUNTRY OF ORIGIN: Florida, USA

PARTS PREFERENCES:
I have no preference either way. I just have
WOW withdrawal and I want (need) to play.:) 
I have seen a coworkers intel i5 760 play wow, but don't know GPU or motherboard he has.

OVERCLOCKING:
maybe, but no plans to do it.

SLI OR CROSSFIRE:
just a single GPU should do fine. No plans for SLI OR CROSSFIRE

MONITOR RESOLUTION: I have a viewsonic VG2030wm capable of 1680x1050

ADDITIONAL COMMENTS: I don't have the time, or energy to build a computer. To be perfectly honest I don't really want too. I know my limitations.
September 5, 2010 5:06:30 PM

I built a PC mainly for WoW last december for a different budget. One thing I would recommend would be to focus more on the CPU rather than the GPU. If its in your budget, I'd suggest an i5 or better, and a ATI 5000 whatever fits.
You probably dont want to hear this but building a custom computer would be much better for you. Its a better value and more options.
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