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I know this is an odd question, but I don't really play it. I have a friend that is looking to play WoW(he has some other friends that play it and want to get him playing it too). However, his current computer is a P4 with RD-RAM...:shadedshu

So he needs a totally new computer, the problem is he doesn't really have a whole lot of money. So I'm wondering if the HD 4250 would be enough to handle WoW, or if something more powerful is required.
 
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With what proc? With that video card and a decently clocked dual core he could play it on fair with 30ish fps. I'm willing to sell a 4650, It runs kinda cool and can play it on ultra with 30fps.
 

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build an AMD APU system, overclock it with a cheapo board and 4gigs DDR3 1866 ram and he should be fine, then its still upgradable later,

and for $140 it solves the quadcore + gpu situation

http://www.techpowerup.com/reviews/AMD/A8-3850_Fusion_GPU_Performance/9.html

DX11 ultra quality


Overclocking performance tested with Unigine Heaven



To top it off a cheap as dirt 6670 paired with the onboard GPU + overclocking would make Wow runnable at max settings 1080p without issue.
 
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Recommended Specifications

Windows® System Vista64/Windows 7 OS:

- Dual-core processor, such as the Intel Pentium D or AMD Athlon 64 X2
- 2 GB RAM
- 256 MB NVIDIA® GeForce® 8600 or ATI Radeon™ HD 2600 or better
- Multi-button mouse with scroll-wheel
 

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add in a cooler and maybe a 6670 for asymetric Xfire and there ya go

6670 + Coolermaster hyper 212+ = $650 for a quadcore that you can take to 3.5ghz with gpu power enough to Run Wow maxed in DX11

or skip the cooler drop in a 5770 and call it a day, should come out to the same price in the end.
 
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get a decent duo core and something mid range with dx11 compabilities
 
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recommended doesn't always mean that's what will run max settings. (like games that have "ultra" settings, the rec. is usually for "high")

as for an apu system... i found it'd be cheaper to get a slightly cheaper am3+ mobo, a phenom II 4x, and a 6750/6770. (when adding a 6670 to the apu system)
 
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eitherway and overclocked A8 3850 AMD will play wow maxed at 720p with ease, if he needs more power swap in a better gpu
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the above system with a 6790 will come in at $700 on the nose.

but id just take the APU build with the integrated GPU, who knows if he will EVEN STICK to playing WOW

but if he wants real gaming performance an Intel based right with a 6850 / GTX 460 is pretty much going to be bang for buck on investment.
 

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thats not a bad find but Ibuypower tends to be pretty shit in terms of reliability, for some reason half there machines seem to key world seem to be DOA or just die after a short time.
 
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some deals quit running, but still saved $60

600usd-quad.jpg


about $590usd. either way, apu or that build, they're both good options.
 
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do not buy amd cpu for playing wow, any of the newer intel dual cores will be so much better
 

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yet they require a GPU which ups the system cost,

cheapest system is what we were going for untill we get a concrete budget.
 
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i think a good option would be to scour the TPU FS threads.
 
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$560 just need to pick case or use old one
this should play wow nicely


what most are saying about 4350 etc gets 30 fps ulta[makes me lol], sure if you are in the middle of nowhere on your own questing in a emtpy zone with camera zoom right in, soon as you get into a place with people like a city or battleground your fps will go to shit not to mention a 25man raid what will cripple your fps.
ps amd cpu are really terrible for WoW, would not recommend buying one if you are building a pc for wow.

edit i must have misread memory and put a single 4g stick replace with this 2x2g kit
CORSAIR 4GB (2 x 2GB) 240-Pin DDR3 SDRAM DDR3 1333...
 
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$560 just need to pick case or use old one
this should play wow nicely
http://i52.tinypic.com/35l57ww.png

what most are saying about 4350 etc gets 30 fps ulta[makes me lol], sure if you are in the middle of nowhere on your own questing in a emtpy zone with camera zoom right in, soon as you get into a place with people like a city or battleground your fps will go to shit not to mention a 25man raid what will cripple your fps.
ps amd cpu are really terrible for WoW, would not recommend buying one if you are building a pc for wow.
Depends on res. I'm only @1680x1050 with an HD 5770 and Phenom II@4.2 and it's smooth everywhere, even in heavily populated areas and thats on DX 11 Ultra settings with AA.

It's also the only game currently installed on my SSD and it's so nice to have practically no loading pauses/hitching.
 
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I would suggest

CPU
Core 2 Duo or better. No Pentium D or Intel dual Core
AMD Phenom II or better

GPU
AMD 5700 or better No not a 4200
Nvidia 250 or beter

At least 2Gb Ram

If your starting from scratch might is well by a 1155 socket board
The Intel i3 2100 is only about $115


bbmarley quote is spot on and would run Wow lyka Boss
 
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until recently i had a 955BE now playing on a 2500k i do notice the difference, most games your cpu does not matter as much but wow is not one of them.
 
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Intel core i5, wow doesn't like amd cpu's the game runs better on intel
 
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As bbmarley said, go with a SB CPU (an i3 will be enough, the game only runs on 2 cores AFAIK)
 
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until recently i had a 955BE now playing on a 2500k i do notice the difference, most games your cpu does not matter as much but wow is not one of them.
Agreed, I'm just saying that at my res it really wasn't a night and day difference. That said, if building a new system, you would be stupid to ignore a nice budget sandy bridge build because they rock!!

EDIT - I love Toms reviews LOL, notice how the AMD setup is actually getting higher frames @ 2560x1600 than it did at 1920x1080.....quality :)
 

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I have a buddy that plays WOW on a Pentium D 805 with a 7600GT 256MB DDR3 card and 2GB DDR2 667, with no issues.
 
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People do realise that this is for WoW right...

It really isn't a demanding game, an i5 is way too much overkill... for this game.

Brandon here is right. You could probably pick a computer up like that for next to nothing.