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# 259746 19-Oct-2019 12:15
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Hey guys would this pc be able to run fortnite at 144 fps at high settings 

 

 

 

https://www.computerlounge.co.nz/shop/ready-to-ship/chaos-gaming-pc


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  # 2340631 19-Oct-2019 15:43
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I wouldn't spend that much on a PC and not get an RTX graphics card.

Building a PC is really quite simple these days. Consider Ryzen 3000 series, and RTX graphics.

 
 
 
 




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  # 2340650 19-Oct-2019 16:34
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chevrolux: I wouldn't spend that much on a PC and not get an RTX graphics card.

Building a PC is really quite simple these days. Consider Ryzen 3000 series, and RTX graphics.

 

 

 

looking at this one as well https://www.computerlounge.co.nz/shop/ready-to-ship/trooper-gaming-pc thoughts?


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  # 2340657 19-Oct-2019 16:55
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game-debate.com estimates a few more fps:

 

83 FPS 4k Ultra

 

139 FPS Ultra 1440p

 

183 FPS 1080p

 

 


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  # 2341238 21-Oct-2019 10:27
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chevrolux: I wouldn't spend that much on a PC and not get an RTX graphics card.

Building a PC is really quite simple these days. Consider Ryzen 3000 series, and RTX graphics.

 

Simple, yes, but it also doesn't cost much more (or in this case, seems to be it's a wash) to get it pre-built, and you get a 2 year RTB warranty on the Computer Lounge pre-builts, plus they stress test everything before hand.

 

Unless you actually enjoy the tinkering as much as using the final product, or you want specific components, I would say stick to pre-built. And I say that as someone who takes any excuse to custom build something.

 

 

 

If you are basing this on Fortnite, I would go for the the second one. While in some games the new AMD 5700 cards will clean up, it seems anything running Unreal Engine 4 suffers pretty badly for now. The motherboard seems to be quite a bit better as well.

 

 


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