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    How good will this handle WoW?

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    Will I be able to play on ultra with 100+ FPS and how many years will this live?

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    Yes, you will be able to run World of Warcraft at max settings for the next 5+ years without any issues at all. WoW is not a very graphic intensive game and is more reliant on your processing power/internet speed. You have one of the best processors on the market (i7) with that build, so as long as your internet isn't terrible, you will be good to go.

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    2011 socket without unlocked processor and stock cooling... I really hope this is a troll.

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    yee build NASA space PC for WoW... make sense

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    I dunno if a computer with only two GTX 680s can really handle any sort of gaming.

    Oh and have fun watching WoW not use any of your GPU power. WoW refuses to use 100% of my GPU on ultra despite getting ~40 fps in SW.

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    It will run wow fine, however you are likely paying 2-3x as much as a system that will run wow just as well.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Drakzlol View Post
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    Will I be able to play on ultra with 100+ FPS and how many years will this live?
    Really, you needed an answer to this?

    Either trolling or .... I dont know what, Ill asume the best and say enjoy spending that wad of cash
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    Yes, it will. However so would a PC with an i5-3570k, aftermarket cooler, OCed and a single GTX 670. So you could save yourself quite a bit of money if you wanted to cut back, and still run all the games that come out for the next 4-5 years.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Lathais View Post
    Yes, it will. However so would a PC with an i5-3570k, aftermarket cooler, OCed and a single GTX 670. So you could save yourself quite a bit of money if you wanted to cut back, and still run all the games that come out for the next 4-5 years.
    This, assuming you're European so that build would be around the €1k mark
    And changing the processor/mobo on your build is the only thing I would change to make wow run better (socket 1155, i7 3770k oc)

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    Get a unlocked CPU, and I'd personally get identical brand GPU's. Even then, I'd ensure WoW runs off only one 680, it's not exactly SLI/Crossfire optimized.

    Still, seems like you're spending money just to spend money.

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    Personally I like the case description:
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    It makes me wonder if it's the cardboard variety.
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    Quote Originally Posted by lockblock View Post
    It makes me wonder if it's the cardboard variety
    I was actually thinking of picking up one of these pretty soon, but most of the reviews I saw were from vendors and not buyers. Is the Large worth the extra cost, or can I get by on one of the Medium models? I don't need it to have all the bells and whistles, but enough that I can fit everything inside. I also saw the Large can be opened from top or bottom. Do other models have this feature?
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