Welcome to SPCR. Here's a benchmark for WoT at Notebookcheck.net
. There's a bit of variability in the fps table, but two things stand out:
- At low resolution and low quality settings, it can run on any current CPU or APU.
- If you want to play at 1080p and turn up the eye candy, you'll need more than the HD 7750. The i5-2400/HD 7770 graphs (4th to last on the table) tell the tale. You'd probably need something in the HD 7850
or GTX 660
range for decent play.
Case, CPU, SSD are fine. Mobo seems nice.. don't know if I'd pay $200 for a mobo.
RAM: Step away from the tall heatspreaders and nobody will get hurt...seriously, they add no value and just get in the way of many decent CPU coolers. Look for the low profile variants.
GPU: need to decide if you want to play at 768 or 1080p.
PSU: Stressed load power as spec'ed is in the ~200W range and during gaming maybe 150W. If you move up to a 7850 or GTX 660, call it 260W stressed max and 200Wish gaming. Take a look at the Seasonic x400 fanless, the x560 semipassive or the Kingwin LZP550 semipassive in the ~$120 range. Those will be the quietest. Way cheaper is the Seasonic G 550
at ~$85. Fan is always on rather than semi-passive.
CPU cooler: Scythe Mugen 3 Rev B is a popular $40-50 cooler around here.