World of Warcraft gets its very own PC


world-of-warcraft-pc.jpgWorld of Warcraft has take the world by storm for the past few years, and it shows no signs of abating. This MMORPG (Massively Multiplayer Online Role Playing Game) from Blizzard has captured the imagination (and wallets) of many a soul, that some players have even gone through a divorce or dropped out from school due to their unwavering devotion to this game. WidowPC, a computer manufacturer, is also obsessed with this game as they have come up with a special World of Warcraft PC that was specially built from ground up to cater to this mind-bendingly addictive online game.

Underneath the hood lies more than enough firepower to run any WoW session smoothly, but what sets this PC apart is the inclusion of the $300 Killer Network Interface Card that ensures maximum performance whenever you’re out with your guild in the virtual world. This unique network card offers unparalleled online gaming performance, courtesy of a dedicated Network Processing Unit that clocks in at 400MHz, freeing up precious CPU cycles by bypassing the Windows networking stack. Lag will virtually be extinct as you roam the worlds of Azeroth with this WoW PC from WidowPC.

This fully-fledged gaming PC can be customized as with any other computer, with prices starting from $1,495 upwards. It is powered by AMD’s range of powerful Athlon 64 processors and NVidia’s GeForce range of video cards, along with other notable hardware configuration that is more than capable of keeping up with the frantic on-screen action. If you’re an avid World of Warcraft gamer who is currently looking to upgrade your PC, there is no better time than now.

Source: Ubergizmo

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Zachary Says: February 27, 2007 at 4:27 am

I like the game so much.

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