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Is this build solid?

#1el_DubblePosted 6/14/2014 2:20:37 AM
- Gigabyte Motherboard GA-MA790XT-UD4P
- AMD Phenom II x4 955 CPU
- Powercolor Radeon HD7950 2GB GDDR5 PCI Express Graphics
- 32GB DDR3 1333MHZ Transcend Dimm Memory (8GB x 4)
- Zalman CNPS9900 Silent CPU Cooler
- Antec 900 Gaming Case
- O/S Windows 7 Home Premium (Fresh Install)
- Almost New 1TB HDD

Logitech G19 Gaming Keyboard + G9X Gaming Mouse

Monitor
- Philips 247E4 E-Line 23.6" LCD LED Full 1080p + Original Packaging




Bidding for it now but max price is $900AU, worth it in your opinions? Im not very hardware savy.

Is that case big enough to replace/add the hardware in it for future upgrading? pretty much just want something to max WoW for now.
#2BannedMomPosted 6/14/2014 2:23:30 AM
Lol no.

It is crap for the price.

How much money do you have. You can build a cheap pc for wow.
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#3BeatItUpRightPosted 6/14/2014 2:28:36 AM
32gb is ridiculous for gaming.

Also no PSU.
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#4el_Dubble(Topic Creator)Posted 6/14/2014 2:30:28 AM
Oh lordie, praise jesus for this board.

And roughly $1000 in Australian dollary doo's.

If you could point me in the right direction that'd be cool.

I was only looking at pre-builts 'cause i have no idea how to build a decent PC.
#5BannedMomPosted 6/14/2014 2:36:11 AM
Well, I'm not sure about Australians stores though.

You will never get a great gaming machine if you buy a prebuilt.

If you want to learn how to make your own then it would be better for you and it really depends on your budget.
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#632x2zPosted 6/14/2014 2:55:42 AM
http://au.pcpartpicker.com/p/V4kWBm

Here you go. This is a real solid build. Your CPU will tear WoW apart and the 750TI runs WoW at 1080P at 56 FPS. 8GB of Ram will last you a good while along with 1TB of storage and that 550W 80+ Gold PSU allows for future upgrading of a video card. You will be maxing WoW like a hot knife cutting into butter.
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#7el_Dubble(Topic Creator)Posted 6/14/2014 3:18:48 AM
32x2z posted...
http://au.pcpartpicker.com/p/V4kWBm

Here you go. This is a real solid build. Your CPU will tear WoW apart and the 750TI runs WoW at 1080P at 56 FPS. 8GB of Ram will last you a good while along with 1TB of storage and that 550W 80+ Gold PSU allows for future upgrading of a video card. You will be maxing WoW like a hot knife cutting into butter.

Ya did it, looks good.

So whats up with that site can they build it for me and ship it or do I have to order everything seperately and build it ._. ?
#8el_Dubble(Topic Creator)Posted 6/14/2014 3:21:27 AM
el_Dubble posted...
32x2z posted...
http://au.pcpartpicker.com/p/V4kWBm

Here you go. This is a real solid build. Your CPU will tear WoW apart and the 750TI runs WoW at 1080P at 56 FPS. 8GB of Ram will last you a good while along with 1TB of storage and that 550W 80+ Gold PSU allows for future upgrading of a video card. You will be maxing WoW like a hot knife cutting into butter.

Ya did it, looks good.

So whats up with that site can they build it for me and ship it or do I have to order everything seperately and build it ._. ?


Uhhh, i also went to the site and had a look and it seems like theres a bunch of stuff missing from your build, are wifi network cards and sound cards not neccessary or something?

sorry for all the questions ._.
#9PhilOnDezPosted 6/14/2014 3:36:09 AM
Sound cards are pretty useless nowadays, there's a NIC built into the mobo so you won't need to add anything for a wired connection (highly recommended for online gaming, going from wifi to wired cut my ping in half). If you do need wifi you can get a USB dongle for like $10 usd or some mobos have it built in.
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#10DragnfyrPosted 6/14/2014 5:40:15 AM
PhilOnDez posted...
Sound cards are pretty useless nowadays, there's a NIC built into the mobo so you won't need to add anything for a wired connection (highly recommended for online gaming, going from wifi to wired cut my ping in half). If you do need wifi you can get a USB dongle for like $10 usd or some mobos have it built in.


There's something wrong with your wifi if going to to wired cut your ping in half. Usually the difference is 2-3ms at most.
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