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Hey Need a Pc that can run World of warcraft with decent fps and that is cheap


simpo993

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Hey im looking for a cheap computer that is able to run world of warcraft at decent fps and i dont have alot of money i need a Motherboard, Cpu, Power supply, Graphics card and memory can you advise me on what to get please

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KRONOS the First

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First things first. How much cash have you? Do you have an operating system as that can be a big chunk of cash?

What about case? Hard-drive?

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simpo993

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Hey i have the case and Hard drive and the Os and only around £100-200

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KRONOS the First

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What resolution is your monitor?

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KRONOS the First

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So far I have these. PSU - 450W Antec VP 450P-GB - £31

AMD APU A8 - 3850 - £80

Gigabyte GA-A55M-DS2 - £42

Corsair Memory XMS3 Classic 4GB DDR3 1600 MHz - £22

TOTAL = £175 From Scan Computing.

The CPU comes with integrated with a graphics chip and should play W O W fine but in the future when you have got a bit more cash you want to install a dedicated graphics card.

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KRONOS the First

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OR.

CPU.

MOBO.

PSU.

RAM.

The total cost comes to £199.79 inc VAT

The GPU is intergrated with the CPU.

The MOBO also has SATA3 6/GBs and also has PCIE 3.0 which could possible come in handy for the future.The PSU is also modular which will help with cable management and it is also has a decent wattage which will make upgrading components in the future. The memory is also decent for "entry level" 1600MHz and 4GB

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KRONOS the First

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4GB Exceleram Value Series LP E30112A (1x4GB) 1333 (PC3-10666) 240-Pin DDR3 SDRAM CAS 9-9-9-24 1.5V #46932 £ 14.99

ARIANET Radeon HD 6850 OC 1024MB GDDR5 Graphics Card #49690 £64.16

AMD Athlon II X2 Dual Core 250 3.00GHz (Socket AM3) Processor - OEM #49608 £ 38.48

MSI 760GM-P23-FX AMD 760G (Socket AM3+) DDR3 PCI-Express Motherboard #47701 £ 24.98

450W Cooler Master GX 80PLUS Bronze Power Supply #46094 £ 29.99

This is from here Aria.

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KRONOS the First

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Sorry the last one you need to add VAT.

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simpo993

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Thanks For your Help i will take everything you have said into considartion

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