New PC for surfing and some gaming

  yahwob 16:00 PM 05 Apr 12
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Hi,

Looking at buying a new PC which will be used for around 60% surfing and 40% gaming. The gaming being World of Warcraft mostly.

I am looking at the PC below and was wondering if this would be decent enough for what I want.

Zoostorm i5-2310 Quad Core, 6GB, 500GB, with Graphics Card.

•Great performance from cutting edge Core i5-2310 HD processor. •This system comes complete with Microsoft Windows 7 Home Premium, and Microsoft Office 2010 Starter which includes Starter versions of Microsoft Word and Excel. •Also enjoy the dedicated Nvidia GeForce GT520 graphics card with 1GB of DDR3 RAM and HDMI out to maximise that gaming or video performance. •It also features 6GB of RAM and 500GB hard drive and HDMI port. •This system comes complete with keyboard and mouse. •Intel Core i5-2310 quad core processor. •Processor speed 2.9GHz. •6GB DDR3 RAM. •500GB SATA hard drive. •DVD optical drives: Dual layer CD-RW, CD-RW, CD-ROM, DVD-RW, DVD-RW, DVD-ROM speed. •Dedicated graphics. •On-board graphics memory. •Nvidia GeForce GT 520 1GB DDR3. •6 USB ports. •Ethernet port. •Wired keyboard and mouse. •5.1 surround sound. •Microsoft Windows 7 Premium. •Includes: Microsoft Home and Office Starter, Adobe Reader, Windows Media Player, Anti-virus and security, Disc writing. •Size H36.5cm, W18cm, D4cm. •Weight 8.7kg. •Power saving facility. •EAN/Barcode 5055396003109. •Free delivery by post.

Many thanks.

  KRONOS the First 17:17 PM 05 Apr 12

This will be fine for your needs, not the best gaming graphics card but should be OK for WOW, though I must admit I do not knw what the specs are for that particular game.

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