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Guest JamesLee

How about making a PC of your own? Buy the parts sepertely and you can make a machine which will run wow a piece of piss for about £650 :wacko:

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I'm curious about my PC now. I work in the business so it's always upgradeable easily for me :unsure: Just a case of when to do it.

Currently running...

Pentium 4 2.8Ghz

1gig RAM

Sapphire ATI Radeon 9800 Pro (got it for £80 so a nice deal there)

But my dilemma is that I'm still on a 478 board, so I don't want to spend too much on my current box.

(And don't even mention an AMD to me, not interested :()

So would you say it's worth upgrading my chip now? In terms of WoW how much would it increase my performance? I could get a 3.4Ghz chip (800 Bus as opposed to 533), and of course always upgrade the graphics/RAM in the future if I want to...

But at some point, I'll get a new box, new board, LG775 chipset at least using the Extreme chips etc.

I suppose I'm asking what it's worth doing :lol:

Would WoW benefit more from 2gig RAM than a 3.4Ghz 800Bus chip? In general performance is ok, I average about 40-50fps I guess, but there are times it chugs right down to 15 which is painful...

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