Is my PC OK? for next generation games.?
Amd Ryzen 3900x
- Asus Tuf X570 Gaming
- 32Gb DDR4 3200Mhz
-Rtx 2080 Ti Oc Galax 11Gb
-M.2 1tb nvme Sx6000 Pro
- Watercooler 360mm
-9 Coolers RGb
I will overclock to raise the FPS
2 ssd of 480 gb and a HD of 4 tera.
- 1 month ago
Ok but I think you should be purchased all the latest tech and the top of each line, why wouldn't it run the next generation of games.
- 1 month ago
It's trash. the ram needs to be 16tb for next generation games. WTF trash AF PC
- ShadowLv 41 month ago
I think you know the answer. If you've purchased all the latest tech and the top of each line, why wouldn't it run the next generation of games? Sadly though, it's not an Orion so it's not that impressive.
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- Lib NemesisLv 51 month ago
You're spending $1500 on a video card and wondering if it can play modern games......ok...methinks you're just here to brag
- LukeLv 71 month ago
That PC is excellent but get a bigger HDD or multiple ones. You're going to fill up a mere 4 terabytes quickly.
- A.J.Lv 71 month ago
Overpriced to performance, but is leading edge. Overclocking the cpu should do nothing. More overclock on the gpu could burn it out.
Pulldown to Desktop GPU, select games of interest, Restrict to refresh.
#2 in commercial graphics cards.
You get consistent 4K gaming. Faster fps for lower resolution.
Audio and ethernet are good.
Power supply wattage says little about it.
A very good 750W one is better than midgrade 1000W in this setup.
- Anonymous1 month ago
No point in taking the risks of water cooling if you're going with the Ryzen 9, the Noctua DH-15 air cooler does the job, if I was going the water cooling route I would at least get a 3rd Gen Threadripper
But otherwise, those parts do the job.