$800-1000 first time build looking for suggestions

Approximate Purchase Date: late August early September.

Budget Range: $800-1000 Before rebates

System Usage from Most to Least Important: WoW, Diablo, Dual Monitors for any surfing while playing, oh yea school work.

Parts Not Required: Keyboard, mouse, speakers

Preferred Website(s) for Parts: I personally like newegg

Country: USA

Parts Preferences: Corsair 800D case or Rosewill ranger.
Intel CPU
Black/red mother board, that's all I've got so far.

Overclocking: No

SLI or Crossfire: No

Monitor Resolution: 1080p don't really care past that

Additional Comments: red and black theme.
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  1. Change the CPU to an i5-3450 and the MOBO to a B75 Pro3.
  2. Why?
  3. Read the OP.

    Shawman said:

    Overclocking: No

    SLI or Crossfire: No
  4. Oh okay.
  5. Thanks for your suggestions guys. Main thing I want is no lag in capital cities (with wow on max settings) while running 2 monitors.
  6. Then the 7850 will suit your needs
  7. ^ I am thinking of getting the 7850 but why the msi the gigabyte is the same price?? is it because the msi is oc'd???
  8. ^ Because i think MSI and ASUS make better GPU of course i have no proof just that's my opinion i have had two gigabyte cards die on me before and no MSI or Asus cards have ever given me any issues gigabyte makes good GPU but the ones that died on me were gigabyte 7850
  9. okay i will get the msi twin froxr...everyone says they ar eeloud is that true?
  10. I've heard nothing but good about the twin frozr
  11. Have you heard anything bad???? I think I might get a gigabyte is that a better choice.
  12. I'm really not the guy to be asking as I am the op and this is my first build, but I know NCIX.com used a twin frozr 3 card in their quiet PC build.
  13. 2fast4thetown_down said:
    okay i will get the msi twin froxr...everyone says they ar eeloud is that true?
    they are not loud IMO maybe loud in others but not IMO and they provide better cooling and they OC quite well. ;)
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