$2,000 budget for gaming computer

I want to play WoW and Rift on max setting. I need all parts. What prebuilt PC should I buy? Thanks.
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  1. what's your budget?

    also you can save a lot building your own.
  2. please use the layout
    http://www.tomshardware.com/forum/261222-31-build-advice

    it makes our job alot easier
  3. Approximate Purchase Date: ASAP

    Budget Range: $2,000 maximum

    System Usage from Most to Least Important: Gaming- WoW, Diablo 3, and maybe Rift

    Parts Not Required: None

    Preferred Website(s) for Parts: Newegg

    Country of Origin: USA

    Parts Preferences: None

    Overclocking: No

    SLI or Crossfire: I have no idea, whats better for gaming?

    Monitor Resolution: Whatever is good for gaming

    Additional comments: I don't know how to build a PC so thats why I want to buy a pre-built one.
  4. $2000 should get you a lot of computer. Even though it looks like you will need a monitor also. Well it will get you a lot at Cyberpower and Ibuypower even though if you buy from them you really need to research your parts for compatability.
    Also do not skimp out on the power supply as it is the heart of your system
    Get a good named reliable 80+
    You can go to those sites do a soft build and post it here and ask for critique on it.
    That would help make sure you end up with a system you really are happy with.
    Also do not use anything branded xtreme gear or cyberpower or raidmax from them
    The power supplys they make will lead to a head ache down the road.
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