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    Re: Warhammer Online Gaming Rig,

    Quote Originally Posted by Rookie1986 View Post
    I think i will take a look at things on ebuyer.com and price some parts up for my £700 budget..... then i could always get an Alienware case from eBay



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    truthfully... do you actually like the look of alienware cases?

    and theres nothing wrong with ebuyer , we just get free shipping from SCAN for being on HEXUS, which often makes it cheaper.. and their support is better (support forum on HEXUS)

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    Re: Warhammer Online Gaming Rig,

    Quote Originally Posted by TAKTAK View Post
    truthfully... do you actually like the look of alienware cases?

    and theres nothing wrong with ebuyer , we just get free shipping from SCAN for being on HEXUS, which often makes it cheaper.. and their support is better (support forum on HEXUS)

    oh... and welcome to HEXUS
    I think they look a little different form the standard shaped grey box that most people have stood next to there monitor, and i do like the lighting effect they have in them too,

    Never heard of Scan, will take a look and see what they have to offer,

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    Re: Warhammer Online Gaming Rig,

    Quote Originally Posted by Rookie1986 View Post
    I'm not wanting you guys to spec something for the £200-£300 price range
    Too late - I made it comfortably inside my target of £300 + Vista, too:



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    - the case, keyboard and mouse are sure to be ugly, but suffice for ultra-budget spec purposes. Scan may not be the best for low-end cases aimed at PC builders.
    - the CPU is a bit on the slow side, but the cheapest Phenom x3 is only £30 more.
    - this rig's next obvious upgrade is a second AMD 4670 video-card in Crossfire, and some more RAM
    - overall, a good intro system with room to grow.

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    Re: Warhammer Online Gaming Rig,

    I'd feel sory for the person with that PC. The PSU will be .. swear filter doesn't allow me to use the appropriate word

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    Re: Warhammer Online Gaming Rig,

    Quote Originally Posted by staffsMike View Post
    I'd feel sory for the person with that PC. The PSU will be .. swear filter doesn't allow me to use the appropriate word
    I know - but I'm banking on the fact that the 4670 is a low-power card. If in doubt, get the Antec Earthwatts 4480 case - it's around £50 with a more-than-adequate 380W PSU.

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    Re: Warhammer Online Gaming Rig,

    Quote Originally Posted by Rookie1986 View Post
    I think they look a little different form the standard shaped grey box that most people have stood next to there monitor...
    Most of us have outgrown the Alienware style, the most popular case here is the Antec P182. But you can get pretty much any style of case you want.

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    Re: Warhammer Online Gaming Rig,

    The last home PC i owned had a thermaltake tsunami case which i did like, I can't recall the spec of the system but it was the "family" computer so i didn't use it very much as i preferred my Mac

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    Re: Warhammer Online Gaming Rig,

    I had a look on Scan and it seems a good site, my only problem is what do things like:

    Asus P5QL-E, iP43, S 775, PCI-E 2.0 (x16), DDR2 1066/667/800, SATA II, SATA RAID, ATX

    Actually mean? to me its just a combination of letters and numbers of which i have very little understanding, I'm guessing the DDR2 relates to RAM? S775 relates to CPU? and PCI-E is something to do with GFX card? but even if that was right it doesn't give me much of an idea what parts would fit on to it,

    Say i was able to budget £1000 towards this build, what would you guys come up with for that budget, keeping in mind that its my first build so i would like it to be as simple as possible to put together and that the hardest parts to assemble offer enough future proofing so i wont need to upgrade them in the next two years,

    Also if i was to try and draw up a system myself where would be the best place to start? I was thinking with the mother board as it should tell me what i can fit on to it rather then selecting an array of items to find there is no mother board that can house them, please correct me if I'm wrong,

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    Re: Warhammer Online Gaming Rig,

    The majority of components available today will combine to form a PC no problems.

    The first choice you have is AMD or Intel, most people go with Intel as their current CPUs overclock so well leaving the AMDs behind performance wise. But for gaming anything past 2.4GHz is enough to make no difference.

    Once you have chosen your CPU you can start looking at motherboards.
    If you chose an Intel CPU then your starting point for a motherboard will be with the P43 and P45 chipset boards.
    If AMD get your cash then the 790X, 790GX and 790FX are your best options, If you choose a lower powered CPu then the 770, 740G and 780G boards are also good options but are limited to 95W CPUs (so not the fastest duel cores or the majority of the quad cores).

    Now you have a motherboard you can pick your graphics card, it will be PCI-E

    Your Memory will be DDR2 look at DDR2-800 (PC2-6400) you will probably need 2GB but it is cheap so if you can get 4GB in budget you may as well

    That is it for the components attached directly to the motherboard, next we will look at Hard drives and optical drives.

    You will be buying SATA devices buy whichever hard drive you like but stick with one of the major companies who provide quakity products Western Digital, Samsung and Seagate are all good. Get as much space as you think you will need but 250 - 320GB will probably be ample as a starting point.

    Optical drive I like Samsung drives but they are all pretty much the same

    That leaves us with the PSU and the Case, do not skimp on the PSU it is the heart that keeps your PC running and you don't want a dodgy heart! If purchasing the case and PSU seperately then look at PSUs by Corsair, Enermax, Seasonic, Silverstone, Be Quiet you will also have 2 options modular and non-modular, modular PSUs have detachable cables so ou can plug in just what you need, non-modular require you to hide away those your not using, obviously modular are more expensive. What power PSU you will require will depend on what graphics card you decide to buy if you go with a low powered graphics card like the ATI HD4670 then a 350W PSU will be ample if you go for a HD4870X2 then you will be needing something more in the 650W region.

    Finally Cases buy what you like the look of but remember it needs to be practical as well Antec and Coolermaster both make well built cases available at all price points you can spend as little or as much as you like here.

    If you decide to get a Case with an included PSU then look at the cases by Antec, the NSK series offer very good value and the Sonatas offer quieter computing and larger PSUs but still at reasonable prices.

    Hopefully that will give you a better idea of the choices involved, if you ask nicely I expect people will design some systems for you but it is up to you to decide on what you actually want to buy.

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    Re: Warhammer Online Gaming Rig,

    Quote Originally Posted by Rookie1986 View Post
    Asus P5QL-E, iP43, S 775, PCI-E 2.0 (x16), DDR2 1066/667/800, SATA II, SATA RAID, ATX
    P5QLE is the Mobo name, iP43 is the chipset, S775 is the socket of the processor it takes, PCI-E 2.0 (16x) is the graphics support it has, DDR2 and the number next to it are the speeds and type of ram it can take, SATAII/Raid is to tell you how storage is connected (by SATA) and that it supports raid also. ATX is the form factor

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    Re: Warhammer Online Gaming Rig,

    4 gigs of RAM will probably be a must for you if you're going to play in the 100v100 RvR battles in WAR effortlessly.

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    Re: Warhammer Online Gaming Rig,

    Quote Originally Posted by e-LAN-go View Post
    4 gigs of RAM will probably be a must for you if you're going to play in the 100v100 RvR battles in WAR effortlessly.
    Isn't that the only reason to play WO: AoR? To be able to take part in huge wars and hopefully kill some elves with a big axe?


    Because the game heavily relies on the power of the CPU and the RAM what kind of components would be best suited to this.


    (already got myself a thread on here looking to build a computer for around the same amount of money as the guy in this thread and looking to play the exact same game in all its glory so thought I would ask here as I'm pretty sure what ever is advised for him would be also suitable for me)

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    Re: Warhammer Online Gaming Rig,

    Quote Originally Posted by Sacred View Post
    Isn't that the only reason to play WO: AoR? To be able to take part in huge wars and hopefully kill some elves with a big axe?


    Because the game heavily relies on the power of the CPU and the RAM what kind of components would be best suited to this.


    (already got myself a thread on here looking to build a computer for around the same amount of money as the guy in this thread and looking to play the exact same game in all its glory so thought I would ask here as I'm pretty sure what ever is advised for him would be also suitable for me)
    If you clicked the link in the first series of posts in this thread, you will see a comprehensive guide where they tested all manor of hardware and tell you what you need for certain resolutions.
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    Re: Warhammer Online Gaming Rig,

    Quote Originally Posted by shaithis View Post
    If you clicked the link in the first series of posts in this thread, you will see a comprehensive guide where they tested all manor of hardware and tell you what you need for certain resolutions.
    Spot on, thanks a lot for that!

    It really doesn't look like it needs that much graphical power or even an amazing processor to be honest. Guessing a £1000 system would eat this game up!

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    Re: Warhammer Online Gaming Rig,

    Quote Originally Posted by Sacred View Post
    Spot on, thanks a lot for that!

    It really doesn't look like it needs that much graphical power or even an amazing processor to be honest. Guessing a £1000 system would eat this game up!
    Lets hope so as it would kill me to find my friends Alienware was better,

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    Re: Warhammer Online Gaming Rig,

    Quote Originally Posted by Rookie1986 View Post
    Lets hope so as it would kill me to find my friends Alienware was better
    Alienware might as well be part of the swearword filter on these forums

    The Alienware system uses standard components anyway, so you can always build a system that is faster and cheaper then it.
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