If you are serious about gaming, go with either of these two desktops and upgrade the graphics card and PSU.
Well, i'm asking this because i actually have the dell right now and my dad has the hp but on wow his runs at 80fps always and mine 60fps usually and goes down to 40. I don't know if mine is defective or not, could it be the video card on his like you said?
You are using integrated graphics, and he has a separate graphics card; not a great card but dedicated graphics. That is why you are seeing a difference.
For serious gaming, both computers should have good graphics cards. To give you an idea of pricing, look for cards from $150 to $250 - there are too many to choose from.
On my home-built desktop I have a GTX 660Ti 3 GB graphics card and the cost is around $300.
Thanks man! so since he has a seperate graphics card it makes wow have more fps correct?
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Yes. And if and when you decide to install a good graphics card like I mentioned, you too can expect better results.
But remember that graphics cards use a lot of power. Check your PSU requirements too.
But i'd need a better power supply but which one.
Corsair, Seasonic, Antec, XFX - 500 watts or higher depending on the pricing. Sometimes a 650 watts PSU may be on sale priced lower than a 500 watts PSU of equal quality or even from the same manufacturer.
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The 7560d is integrated graphics. It is not a card. It is on the cpu. If you are going to add a card, add it to the i5, it is a better cpu.