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    Input on my new PC.

    I mostly just play wow but I do play other games so keep that in mind. My question is will this Comp run wow on ultra, in 25 man raiding environment.

    Item# Description Qty B/O ETA

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    ID-INFO 252795 DRAGON9000Z 1

    MODEL1 C SERIES 1

    ULTRA-PACKAGING ULTRA ENHANCED PACKAGING SOLUTION 1

    SW-152-116 STORMRISE GAME COUPON 1

    KB-110-110 LOGITECH G15 GAMING KEYBOARD 1

    MO-116-102 GIGABYTE GM-M6800 NOBLE BLACK USB WIRED OPTICAL 1600 DPI GAMING MOUSE 1

    SK-102-102 SPEAKER 600WATT PMPO W/ SUBWOOFER 1

    ULTRA-COMPOUND COOLERMASTER THERMAL FUSION 400 CPU COMPOUND 1

    CU-200-303 AMD PHENOM II X6 1090T 3.2GHZ BE RETAIL 1

    HD-504-111 64GB KINGSTON 2.5 IN SATA SSD MLC 1

    HD-MOUNT 3.5" FOR 2.5"/1.8" HDD MOUNTING KIT 1

    HD-403-106 500 GB SATA II 3.0 GB 16MB 7200RPM 1

    RM-321-101 2 GB DDR3/ 2000 MHZ MEMORY 2

    FA-104-116 CASE FAN 120 MMM 2

    FA-WATER-101 ASETEK 510LC 120MM WATERCOOLER 1

    FA-104-116 CASE FAN 120 MM 1

    CABLE-PROWIRE PROFESSIONAL CABLE WIRING 1

    CS-432-102 BLACK AXP970-001 BK MID TOWER NO WINDOW 1

    CD-139-201 BLACK SONY 24X DVDRW 1

    SERVICE-301 M. FAN SERIES 1

    MB-362-101 GIGABYTE GA-870A-UD3 2 WAYS AM3 870 DDR3 USB3 SATA3 AMD 1

    MISC NO SLI/CROSSFIRE 1

    PS-126-107 XTREMEGEAR 700 WATT POWER SUPPLY 1

    SC-102-133 CREATIVE LABS AUDIGY SE BULK 1

    VC-205-102 AMD RADEON HD6870 1GB DDR5 PICE 1

    SW-170-101 WINDOWS 7 HOME PREMIUM LICENSE 1

    SW-170-102 WINDOWS 7 HOME PREMIUM COA 1

    SW-170-103 WINDOWS 7 HOME PREMIUM 64-BIT 1

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    The CPU will be oc to a stable 4.0ghz I have seen it ran on a similar/lesser system.

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    Looks fine, the 6 core is a bit much for WoW but it keeps future software advancements open. I have a feeling you are paying a truck load for this through some 3rd party assembly company though.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Fuger View Post
    Looks fine, the 6 core is a bit much for WoW but it keeps future software advancements open. I have a feeling you are paying a truck load for this through some 3rd party assembly company though.
    Cyberpowerpc this will be the 2nd computer I have purchased through them the first was a Media Center .. which btw is awesome I am playing Black Ops on it atm.. Waiting for cata . sigh!

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    This will run 25 man ultra fine. As will a $500 build...

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    unless you are planning on heavy overclocking that CPU cooler is wasted.

    also, if you play more than WoW (or have other programs you use a lot) i'd opt fo ra bigger SSD. 64GB will hold the OS, WoW and maybe 1 other game/program.

    the sound card is also a wasted part IMO, onboard sound now-days is very good and unless you are doing something professional with sound, you wont need the external card.

    if it's a gaming PC i'd go with the phenom ii x4 965 (or 970 or 975 if they have that yet) as they perform better than the 1090t in gaming environments. if you're rending video / doing modeling then stick with the 6-core

    other than that, sounds like a solid build and will play Cataclysm very smoothly

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    The 1090T is an amazing processor. Is that the Black Edition? If not, you should probably look into it if you are looking at OCing the rig.

    Edit: Just saw that is said "BE" after it. Nevermind. -- But I will agree with Demon, you should probably opt for a bigger SSD. And also make sure that the firmware for the SSD is good to go. Unless this is being built and tested before you get it.

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    I'm not saying it's not a good processor, but the 965 outshines it in terms of gaming performance

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    Quote Originally Posted by llDemonll View Post
    I'm not saying it's not a good processor, but the 965 outshines it in terms of gaming performance

    Well it is being oc to a flat 4.0ghz on all six cores .. amd turbo can be turned off in the bios which I will promptly do.

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    Quote Originally Posted by llDemonll View Post
    I'm not saying it's not a good processor, but the 965 outshines it in terms of gaming performance
    Oh, sorry. I wasn't saying anything about the processor. :P I was just making a general statement. Not to knock the 965. It's a darn good processor for gaming. Also one of the best OC processors available still.

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