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Needing a new Rig, and help.

World of Warcraft New Computer PC New egg

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Looking for a decent PC to play World of Warcraft, and possibly Final Fantasy 14 with my Fiance, preferably on a reasonably high setting, and around the $700 or under mark. If that's doable. Lol.
I currently have a 700W power supply, a Radeon HD 6850 Sapphire graphics card, and 8Gigs of DDR3 Corsair Vengence RAM. Leftovers from last year. Been looking at
Selected the cheapest i5, and that's really all I've upgraded.
And this one. http://www.newegg.co...N82E16883227540 was another choice.
If anybody else has a better idea, or input on these two machines, please feel free to shoot your ideas in my direction.

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:welcome:    AuzOfSpades


Couple of questions if I may;

Is your $700 budget Aus or US.

Do you have a link to the Corsair Ram and PSU that you have.

Do you have any other hardware that you can reuse such as DVD or hard drives.


Please note that unless you have a Microsoft Windows product key that is not in use on another computer you will also need to purchase one of these to use with any new MB. 

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