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    what system would be better at 750 to play wow game

    h i hope someone can help me soon
    im trying to decide between two sytems at the moment my budget is 750
    i will be playing games such as WOW and FLYFF (in wich i am thinking of starting my own personal server). i need to know wich of the two systems i have in mind i should go for

    The first is

    PC operating system: Genuine Windows (R) 7 Home Premium
    Operating System Mode: 64-bit
    Processor Brand: Intel
    Processor Model: Core i7
    Processor Number: 860
    Processor Clock Speed: 2.8GHz
    Processor Cache: 8MB
    Motherboard Chipset: Intel H57
    RAM Memory Size: 8GB
    RAM Memory Type: DDR3
    RAM Memory Clock Speed: 1066MHz
    No of Installed RAM Modules: 2
    No of Free RAM Slots: 2
    Maximum Expandable Memory: 8GB
    Hard Drive Spin Speed: 7200rpm
    First Hard Drive Interface: SATA
    Optical Drive Type: DVD-Rewriter
    Graphics Card Brand: NVIDIA
    Graphics Card Model: Geforce GT330 (if need i can sell this part and buy a better card more suited to the setup i need any sugestions are welcome)
    Graphics Card Memory and Type: 2048mb dedicated
    Graphics Card Outputs: 1xVGA, 1xHDMI, 1xDVI
    Soundcard Type: Onboard
    Number of audio channels: 5.1
    Outputs: 3.5mm
    DC No of PCI-E Slots: 3
    DC Media Card Reader: Yes
    Remote Control: No
    Integrated Speakers: No
    Number of USB Ports: 10
    Built-in WiFi and Type: Yes - 802.11b/g/n
    Network LAN and Type: Yes - 10/100/1000 Ethernet

    and the second

    HP Pavilion Elite HPE-490uk at 750
    PC operating system: Genuine Windows (R) 7 Home Premium
    Processor Brand: Intel
    Processor Model: Core i7
    Processor Number: 870
    RAM Memory Size: 8GB
    First Hard Drive Capacity: 1.5TB
    Hard Drive Spin Speed: 5400rpm
    Optical Drive Type: Blu-Ray Player
    Graphics Card Brand: NVIDIA
    Graphics Card Model: GT230
    Graphics Card Memory and Type: Dedicated 1.5GB
    DC Media Card Reader: Yes
    TV Tuner and Type: Yes - Digital
    Remote Control: Yes
    Integrated Speakers: No
    Built-in WiFi and Type: Yes - 802.11b/g/n
    Network LAN and Type: Yes - 10/100/1000 Ethernet

    if this is the better system i would have to take it as it is due to it hitting the budget

    thanks alot for your help

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    Re: what system would be better at 750 to play wow game

    You havent mentioned the the make or model no./name of the first build. So far comparing both the server builds, I think the HP Pavilion Elite HPE-490uk will be quite good to go for. If you don't like plugging in drives and memory then there is cash left to pay someone to do it for you. System has a better processor, 50% more RAM (12Gb) and double the hard disk space.
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    Re: what system would be better at 750 to play wow game

    Quote Originally Posted by hockson View Post
    You havent mentioned the the make or model no./name of the first build. So far comparing both the server builds, I think the HP Pavilion Elite HPE-490uk will be quite good to go for. If you don't like plugging in drives and memory then there is cash left to pay someone to do it for you. System has a better processor, 50% more RAM (12Gb) and double the hard disk space.
    hi thnx for the advice and sorry i forgot to put the first systems model in it is a Packard Bell iPower i9732uk

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