I went to the link you sent and I have some suggestions. I tried going part by part in order of that page.
You can pick whatever case you like, it doesn't really matter
Choose the 500Watt power supply, because the 300Watt is a cheap kind and once you throw in a graphics card in might not be good enough.
That AMD processor should be good enough if your on a budget but if you are willing to spend more Intel has faster ones. If you want to stay low on the price though an AMD Athlon X2 4000+ should be good enough.
Make sure to select the freebies!
The default processor cooling fan should be good enough.
The default motherboard selected should be fine too
For ram, 2gb should be good enough.
Now its time for the video card. If you want the best card (price/performance) then the 8800GT is your best bet. This might be a bit steep for you though, and if your only playing WoW, and not many newer games then it would be overkill anyway. I'd suggest the ATI 3850 if you want to play some other newer games too, or if you want to spend even less the 8600GT 512mb (don't get confused with the 8600GTS, the GTS version doesn't cost much less then the 3850, and you might as well get the 3850 because it is quite better).
If the only game your going to be playing is WoW then the 8600GT 512mb should be fine. Now to confuse you more, the 8500GT 256mb would probably be the lowest card you could get to play WoW without lagging a lot. If your budget is very tight and the only game you are going to be playing is WoW, then you might want to just go for the 8500GT 256mb.
You won't need two video cards.
Choose a monitor if you need one. You might be able to find better deals on monitors at best buy or somewhere else though.
For hard drive, its up to you how much storage you need. That 250gb one looks good for only 13$ more then the 160gb though
Just choose whatever kind of optical drive you need. If you want to burn DVD's and do all that good stuff, the default one they have selected has many features.
The integrated sound should be good enough unless your a big sound freak. You probably wouldn't be able to tell much of a difference.
Choose whatever speakers you want if you need them.
The onboard network card should be fine, and you don't need a modem unless you are going to be hooking up a phone line for dial up or something.
On the next page (page 2 Accessories) You can choose a mouse and keyboard there if you need one. You might want to go to a place like best buy or something and buy one from there so you can see how they feel and if you like them.
The rest of the page is stuff thats up to you. You can get wireless for your computer, if you have a wireless router.
On Page 3 you get to choose what version of windows you want. It's totally up to you which one to get. If you get vista though, right below there is some more freebies, including halo 2 and flight simulator games. Make sure to check those off if you choose vista!
The rest of the things are up to you.
Now, hopefully I didn't confuse you too much. If you need any more help let me know! Also, if you feel comfortable building your own computer, you could probably make one for a little bit cheaper then this. Even if you feel comfortable installing your own ram and video card you could save some money.
Edited by Sterling14, 16 March 2008 - 10:07 AM.
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