Tuesday, January 8, 2013

Will this computer run WoW cataclysm?

Question by : Will this computer run WoW cataclysm?
As we know they have not released the system requirements for the newest World of Warcraft expansion - "cataclysm". Yet we also know the games graphics are going to be upgraded alot.
So I was thinking of upgrading my current laptop (owned for over 3 years!) which I have played WotlK on fine enough to a new computer!

My current laptop -

Sony vaio Vgn-c31gh
Windows xp
1g ram
128mb graphics
1.75mhz cpu

The !new! computer -

Build My Dell
Genuine Windows® 7 Home Premium 64-bit (English)
McAfee® Security Center 11 (Multi Language) - 15 months
1 Yr Ltd Hardware Warranty, InHome Service after Remote Diagnosis
1 Year Dell Online Backup 2GB
Accessorise My Dell
Microsoft Office Starter 2010
Also Includes
Inspiron One 23 Touch Base With AV
Intel® Core™ i3-370M Processor
4GB DDR3 SDRAM 1333MHz (2X2GB)
Inspiron One 23 WLED 23" Touch Screen
750GB SATA 3.0Gb/s with Native Command Queuing
Integrated Media Card reader 7-in-1
Slot Load 8X DVD +/-RW with Dual Layer Write
1GB ATI Radeon™ HD 5470 Graphics
Dell(TM) Wireless Desktop Keyboard and Mouse (English)
Mouse is included in Keyboard
THX Audio with 2x4W speakers
Dell™ Wireless 1501 (802.11n) WLAN half mini-Card
Future Technical Support
Dell's Terms and Conditions apply
Direct Services Tech Sheet ANZ
Resource DVD
Shipping Material
Readme Guide
THX TruStudio PC
Factory ODM Shipping Info
DataSafe Local 2.2 Basic
Skype Software
Adobe Reader
Dell Connect 2.1
Dell Welcome
Windows Live Software
Dell Support center 2.0 64 bit
10/100/1000 Ethernet connection
Integrated 2.0 MP webcam with microphone
OS Media Kit Not Included
DT-CTO-Handling&Insurance charges(New Zealand)


Do I need to upgrade? is this a good computer to upgrade too? can you recommend a better Value-for-money upgrade? thanks
(i live in new zealand so $ 3NZ=$ 1US)
The dell costs 2000$ NZ (600$ US)

Best answer:

Answer by James P
Uggg your computer is better then mine since the new patch lags like crap on my comp anyway i suggest you stay with the laptop but if your lagging a little go to the dell or something like that

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