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Help 650$ PC Build for World of Warcraft

basically i need a pc around 650$ may be able to push it to 700$ all i need it for it to play WoW at 1080p and on ultra settings with a solid 60 fps minimum i was looking for an i5 4460 paired with a GTX 750 Ti, are these capable of running the game maxed out at 60 fps? i was also looking at the gtx 950 but it would cost me around 250$ while the 750 Ti is around 180$ *parts are a bit expensive in Saudi Arabia* even if i were to order them online i would save like 10-20$ because of shipping and will have to wait like 2 weeks for them so i'd rather pay the extra 20$ to have it right away.

what would you guys recommend for me? i also do some rendering and editing occasionally

Thanks ;)!
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  1. Well for WOW you only need ~$400 build and i3/ athlon x4 860k a gtx 750ti is more than enough for WOW and even GTA V (although only 30 fps, just a bit better than consoles)
    CPU: Athlon x4 860K
    CPU Cooler
    Motherboard
    RAM
    HDD
    GPU: GTX 750 Ti
    Case

    If you want a more powerful machine with an i5 4460 and a gtx 950 and a 1150 socket motherboard, I recommend the asrock h97 anniversary
  2. noobgamer40 said:
    Well for WOW you only need ~$400 build and i3/ athlon x4 860k a gtx 750ti is more than enough for WOW and even GTA V (although only 30 fps, just a bit better than consoles)
    CPU: Athlon x4 860K
    CPU Cooler
    Motherboard
    RAM
    HDD
    GPU: GTX 750 Ti
    Case

    If you want a more powerful machine with an i5 4460 and a gtx 950 and a 1150 socket motherboard, I recommend the asrock h97 anniversary


    thank you very much for your time thats a nice build i totally forgot about the x4 860k, which psu would be best for this system though? would a Seasonic S12II-520 520W 80 Plus Bronze be enough?
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    Seasonic PSUs are among the best quality, so yeah get that it will be enough if you don't plan on crossfire/sli in the future (you can't anyway because the motherboard doesn't support it), and remember, there is room to put an i5 4460 instead of the 860 k..
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