Tuesday, January 8, 2013

I need a motherboard capable of playing wow?

Quad Core Motherboard
by ~deiby

Question by carneymaster11: I need a motherboard capable of playing wow?
Im looking into motherboards and processors for world of warcraft. A friend tells me to get something dualcore, since the game now supports running dualcore. Any ideas on some that arent horribly expensive but not cheap pos?


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Answer by Rizer
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^Dual Core Processors

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^Quad Core Processors

These are just some samples that range from different types of processors and different prices. As you can see, the prices between the two are somewhat similar. You could probably find a quad core processor that costs slightly more than a good dual core processor.

If dual core is really what you want (Dual cores are pretty decent), then you'll have to look in-depth into the ones that interest you. Because not every processor is compatible with every motherboard.

As for the motherboards themselves, I recommend you keep an eye on the maximum memory (RAM) it has. This basically means that some motherboards have more of a capacity to expand their RAM than others do. Some have a maximum of 4 gigs, others have 6, 8, 12, etc. I doubt you need 12 gigs of to play any videogame in existence, but you should also get one that leaves yourself some reasonable room to expand. You should really only need 2 gigs to run WoW, but in the future you might want to try more PC games with higher RAM requirements, so the option to expand will always be there for you. (If, lets say, you get a motherboard with 4 gigs max ram, if you get high end RAM sticks that support 8 gigs in 4 slots, your motherboard will still only be able to use 4gigs.)



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