Windows 7 Home Premium OEM 64-bit $100 shipped
Silverstone SG05B case/PSU $105 shipped
(Amazon same price as Newegg but save $15 on shipping, 300W PSU should be enough)
GIGABYTE GA-H55N-USB3 motherboard $113 shippedhttp://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...82E16813128448
Intel Pentium G6950 $100 shippedhttp://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...82E16819116283
Patriot 4GB RAM $40 shipped
OCZ Vertex 2 60GB SSD $120 shipped
Gigabyte GTS 450 $110 shipped
$688 -$40 rebates, shipping included = $648Compared to the screenshot list that the OP attached, this is cheaper (even before rebates), faster for WoW, lighter in weight and smaller in physical size.
Case is really small for portability. It uses a slim optical drive (starts around $30 +$10 for adapter), but leave that out (only need it for Windows install) to decrease weight. Case can handle the 2.5" SSD natively so no need for adapters. The included 300W PSU is pretty good for being "merely" 300W and should handle any graphics card with a single 6-pin PCIe power plug.
Graphics card should be quite a bit faster than Radeon 5670, and the dual fans will keep it cool. If Radeon is preferred, get a 5750 or 5770.
Motherboard is very capable for overclocking dual core Clarkdales.
G9650 is cheapest Clarkdale. Just overclock it a bit using stock HSF at stock voltages. They don't get super hot if not going for crazy overclocks. No need for Corsair H50 water cooling. It is a dual core CPU. AFAIK WoW doesn't really benefit too much beyond two cores.
60GB SSD is a good choice for a dedicated WoW box. Fresh install of Win7 should be around 15GB and WoW is around 22GB (without addons and delete updates after they are installed). The Vertex 2 happens to be on special right now, but the Crucial is a good drive too if that is the preference.
Originally Posted by SimplyTheBest
Why does this build need a SSD drive? Also just pirate windows 7
Please take discussions of pirating software elsewhere.Regarding the SSD, WoW is actually one program that benefits from an SSD.
Not only do loading screens go by faster, but there is less choppiness during actual game play. The reason is that WoW loads some stuff dynamically, not all at once like most games. Thus, while most games don't benefit much from an SSD over any fast HDD or RAIDed HDDs, WoW does.