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Gaming Computer For Wow Shadowlands

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Carakeel | 21:01 Fri 01st May 2020 | Technology
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Hi everyone! I am looking at getting a new gaming computer. I have found one that is second hand, but am unsure if it will be able to handle Shadowlands. Can anyone advise me please? Many thanks in advance. This is the computer I have found: https://l.facebook.com/l.php?u=https%3A%2F%2Fwww.ebay.co.uk%2Fitm%2FAMD-FX-8120-Custom-Gaming-Editing-PC-Nvidia-GTX-780-Ti-16GB-RAM-SSD-HDD%2F143590029053%3Fhash%3Ditem216ea1f6fd%253Ag%253AmnwAAOSwzYVepalz%26LH_BIN%3D1%26LH_ItemCondition%3D3000

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You'd need to compare the game recommended/minimum specifications on the box to that specified in the ad. Asking the seller may help.
Cara
This seller has 100% positive feedback, so all would seem ok. Would personally rather buy from a recognised refurbished PC seller who could give you perhaps a 6 month warranty. Just my opinion though. This is a seller that Buenchico recommends : https://accomputerwarehouse.com/ (Sorry B !!)
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Check the game specs required here and compare that to the pc your considering buying.
https://www.systemrequirementslab.com/cyri

The price of the pc your considering is imho overpriced and would now be considered very low specced as regards graphics and storage. You will also have to supply a monitor, keyboard and mouse.
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Thank you for your answers. The problem is, Old_Geezer, that I don't understand some of the specs. They are just numbers to me and when looking up other specs, i.e. on graphic cards, I have no idea which is the more modern or better one.
I agree with you, Cara, I do think it would be better to buy from an established dealer who gives me a 1 yr guarantee.
Alice, I will check that site out. But, while I know what to look for in HDD and a few other things, I am not sure about graphic cards and whether or not in addition to the 1 TB HDD the added 240GB SSD would be necessary. I want to stick around the £400 mark for the computer itself. I can use my old monitor for a short while and my existing keyboard and mouse as well.
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Hi, SlackAlice, I went onto that site you recommended. But, they don't list WoW Shadowlands yet, probably as it won't be out until late in the year. It is a massive expansion, so comparing it with WoW Classic, which is listed, won't work. Very interesting site though. So, thanks.

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