Tuesday, January 8, 2013

Is it possible for me to play WoW Cataclysm on ultra with these specs?


Question by Liyern: Is it possible for me to play WoW Cataclysm on ultra with these specs?
(At least if someone knows the Ultra setting requirments)

(Soon to be) Comp Specs:

Case - Antec Gamersgear Nine Hundred Two
Motherboard - Asrock X58 EXTREME
CPU - Intel Core I7 950 3.06 Ghz, Boxed, Excl. Videochip, Quad Core
PowerSupply - Corsair TX650 650 Watt, 24 Pins
GPU - EVGA GeForce GTX 460 SC EE, 1024 MB
HDD - WD Caviar Black 500 GB, 7200 Rpm, 32 MB, S-ATA II/300
RAM - Kingston ValueRam Triple Channel 6 GB, PC3-10666, 1333 MHz, 9, Non-ECC, Kit Of 3


Best answer:

Answer by Sean
Yes, definetely. You'll run WoW on ultra no sweat, the computer won't even have to try :P



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