First off I wanna state this, I KNOW I COULD SAVE MONEY OR MAKE A BETTER PC IF I MADE IT MYSELF!!! (If i hear this one more time in vent, my head will explode. I'm computer mentally handicap, so it's not a option no matter how easy you may find it.)
Asking for feedback on this
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I've already ordered it, asking for feedback on whether it will be good for 3-4 years based on games graphic requirements. Also if anyone has any history with this company I'd appreciate it. The only feedback I found was 5 star out of 5. I've been told this is over kill for wow, but I'm also interested in it's usefulness for Rift and SWTOR.