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Mom needs a new computer for mother's day and I could use farcry... is this any kind of slick or not really?
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Is this a good budget computer for a gamer? How does it compare to a GTX 1060 3GB/6GB? I think you can crack into VR with a 1060 not sure what the AMD min spec is. Obviously 4K isn't gonna happen here. Thanks.
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It's not bad for basic stuff like casual browsing and streaming. I would say minimal gaming would be okay too.. Like lower end games and whatnot.
Actually it can run most high end games at 1080p at high settings for around 60fps
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It's not the worst, but it's not anywhere close to the best either.. Not even middle of the pack, to be honest. That being said, it will play some games... Mostly on lower settings. If you can get a rig with a 6gb 1060 in it, that's the way you want to go over this.

(if you can afford even higher than a 1060, get higher than a 1060)

Also, "budget computer" is subjective.. Your budget could be higher or lower than someone else's "budget computer". If anyone reading this sees this, for future reference.. It's always best to give your price range so someone that is helping can give you a more accurate idea of what you can get. Smilie
What are you talking about? 1060 6gb is the same performance as this. It's at most a 3% difference. http://gpu.userbenchmark.com/Comp...3639vs3923
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What are you talking about? 1060 6gb is the same performance as this. It's at most a 3% difference. http://gpu.userbenchmark.com/Comp...3639vs3923 [userbenchmark.com]
Hes got no clue what hes talking about. This will run most games at 1080p on high settings.
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I can only speak to fortnite, but I have a ryzen 5, 16gb of memory, SSD, and a RX 580 4gb. I run fortnite on the highest settings and fps is capped at 75 (to match my monitor). The GPU does get alot of use but the CPU is barely even taxed.

So this would play games at some decent settings.
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Is this a good budget computer for a gamer? How does it compare to a GTX 1060 3GB/6GB? I think you can crack into VR with a 1060 not sure what the AMD min spec is. Obviously 4K isn't gonna happen here. Thanks.
It's exactly the same as a GTX 1060 6GB. I'd see if you could upgrade to a higher end Ryzen like the 1600 and throw in an SSD but this is definitely a good start. Not a bad price.
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It's not the worst, but it's not anywhere close to the best either.. Not even middle of the pack, to be honest. That being said, it will play some games... Mostly on lower settings. If you can get a rig with a 6gb 1060 in it, that's the way you want to go over this.

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Yeah I was thinking of going with a GTX 1060 6GB or even a 1070 8GB but prices seem to jump to $800 & $1000+ fairly quickly. It bugs me that these are old cards.
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Hes got no clue what hes talking about. This will run most games at 1080p on high settings.
True, with some settings tweaked pretty much any game in 1080p will run perfectly fine in 30-60FPS range or well above on this PC, depending on game and settings used.
As for the value - it's mostly adding up components at individual prices to see what you can build for the same price for example. This system is not bad if you will count RX 580 4GB at an inflated price, it's below average if you count it at MSRP. Plus that 1400 Ryzen could use some overclocking and I doubt it's possible here. Plus you will absolutely want SSD in it, as many times as I have tried to build a budget rig with just a single HDD (or even SSHD) I still end up sticking in a cheap $30 120GB SSD for OS anyway, it's day and night difference.
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That's a sad combo. You are not going to 60 fps high setting in Far Cry 5.
You have no idea what you're talking about. At 1080P this is practically equivalent to the GTX 1060 3GB/6GB. Perfect for 1080p gaming at 60 fps on high/ultra.
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