GAMING PC ADVISE
The best gaming computers will enable you to play the most popular new game titles at their maximum potential, whether you’re looking to dominate in Apex Legends or get immersed in Control.
Sure, PS4 and the upcoming PS5 and Xbox Series X are fun, but you can enjoy features such as ray tracing, 4K and 60 fps gaming and zippy SSD load times right now if you find the right gaming PC.
And while there’s a sense of pride in building your own PC beast, there are plenty of great pre-built gaming PCs to chose from that let you enjoy great specs for a solid price right out of the box.
Considering the terms now,
The new entry level GPU by nvidia is GTX 1650,amd is expected to launch rx5500 and 5500xt (entry level gpu’s) in newr future.
For 1080p the minimum requirements are gtx1660 super and 1660ti
For 1140p the minimum requirements are rtx 2060 and rtx 2060 super along with amd Rx 5700 and 5700xt
For 4k the minimum requirements are rtx 2070 and rtx2070 super
However this might all change when nvidia launches its new series rtx 3000 in mid 2020
The launch of ps5 might also set a new benchmark for game developers.
Considering the launch of Red dead redemption 2 ,even the new gpu’s had a hard time for keeping up playable frames,hence the upcoming launch of new games such as death stranding and cyberpunk for pc might give the entry level gpu’s a hard time in 1080p .
It’s safe to asume that GPU for 1440p might be future proof for 1080p gaming.thankyou!
The games which have come in recent years have been massively demanding and we can expect that more demanding games will come in future so choose very wisely..
As for 2020 i consider a gaming pc must have these specs:
Processor- intel core i7 8th gen or higher
Gpu: NVIDIA GeForce RTX 2060 or higher… You may think many less powerfull gpu’s are more than capable of running modern games but if you dont want to change your gpu until 2025 then go for it
RAM- 16GB or mored
Monitor- You can decide the size according to you but atleast 1080p resolution with atleast 120hz refresh rate will do and if possible go for a G-sync enabled monitor.
These specs are enough for a good gaming pc in 2020
GAMING PC TIPS
It always depends on you budget. Als ypu gaming screen resolution
For 1080p display 4 gb graphic and 8 gb ram atleast 2.ghz processor
For. 2k display 6gb graphic 8 to 12 gb ram process 2.5 ghz above
For 4k display a good d 8 gb graphic 16 gb ram then 3ghz above processor
This is for basic 60 hz screen
If you want more refresh rate 100 for 140 fps then hardware will be different
Depends on what type of games you play. Entry mid or professinal. Configuration change accordingly. Starting fro just 50–60K to 1.6 to 1.8 lacs. Professional gaming PCs aare resource hungry and even millisecond counts, thats why high cost.
For entry level
I5 9400, 8GB ram, 1tb hdd, 256GB SATA SSD, 1650 or rx 560 gpu, gaming mobo, 550watt psu, good aircirculation cabinet
For mid level
I5 9600K or I7 9700K, 16GB RAM 3000MHZ, 2060 Super GPU with 3 fans, 500GB NVME SSD, good gaming mobo with atleast 4 system fan headers with OC enabled, 650watt psu, good aircirculation cabinet with 3 inlet and 1 exhaust fan, 2TB firecuda
For high end I7 9700K or Ryzen 3700X, 32GB 3000MHZ ram with good cpu cooler of pushpull fan system, 2070 super gpu with 3 fans, 2TB firecuda, 500GB corsair mp510 SSD, Mobo with good vrm/4 system fan headers and oc capable, cabint with 3 inlet and 1 exhaust fans, 650 watt psu.
I’d recommend something with at least 12 Threads running around 3–4GHz. For the CPU. (Pretty much no laptops, never recommend laptops for gaming in the first place since they’re at opposite ends of the computing spectrum).
So you can get away with an i7–8700k, Ryzen 5 1600/2600, 7 1700/1800/2700/etc. i9–9900k is currently the Top CPU for gaming (annoyed the i7–9700k was even released as an i7 without Hyperthreading!)
The Zen 2 architecture looks currently (what leaked benchmarks I’ve seen) to put paid to the 8XXX and 9XXX series of Intel. Won’t be released until 7/7/2019. A few weeks before my birthday. So waiting until July to see, even more, info.
I do find it funny people recommending the X60 series from Nvidia that’s their recommended (Mid-Range) Gaming GPU the X50’s are their Entry level. Will be interested in how it compares to Navi with PCI-E 4.0 bus support.
For “Best” Nvidia is their 80 series and their Suffix Ti, with their “Titans being the absolute best if ignoring the cost for small performance gains.”
Nvidia RTX 2080 Ti vs Titan
So currently what you can buy today (6/14/2019) an i9–9900ks CPU, 16–32 GB of 3200Mhz RAM at CAS 16 (or better), RTX 2080 Ti or the absolute best but not worth it for gaming Titan RTX, probably need 2 of these to run a 4k ~100Hz screen which is the best 4k available ROG SWIFT PG27UQ, Acer XB3, some others (think the new Predator X27 is 4k 120hz, for the more demanding games.
Since on current games, the RTX 2080Ti is able to keep above 60 FPS on 4k at high settings.
I’d recommend a 2K 144/165Hz IPS screen with G-sync to pair with an RTX 2080 Ti for the Best all around experience (can go Ultra Wide 21:9 – tricky with old games).
TL, DR: This would be a currently “Awesome System” System Builder – Core i9-9900K 3.6 GHz 8-Core, GeForce RTX 2080 Ti 11 GB AMP Extreme, Enthoo Elite ATX Full Tower – PCPartPicker, I’d probably build it something like this: System Builder – PCPartPicker However, not waiting on the Ryzen 3XXX series would probably be a mistake!