So.. How good am I with a RX5700XT and a Ryzen 5 3600 + 16gb ram?
I don't know what universe you're from, but please let me know so I can go there, buy a dozen 1080 Ti's for $1,000 and then sell them back in this universe for $600-800 each on Ebay.
No it won’t. Performance on current gen games is unsatisfactory at this point.It will still play everything thrown at it including the kitchen sink for the next few years with no problems. Its probably avg price is around $700, used. The only thing it cant do is ray tracing which is still so early it makes little difference.
They are only ball park reccomendations, so PC gamers have an idea of what they will need.4 cores 4 threads as the minimum?
it is known that 1600 wrecks 7600k in 6 core scaling titles, i don't see how they're seen as equals
if it was 8400/1600 i would understand
most games these days work optimal with 6 core/6 thread or 4 core/8 thread cpus
They'd be silly not to include DLSS as much as I trust UE5s TSR I think having DLSS as an option is always a good move.The question i have is, will it have DLSS Support?
In what universe is the RTX 3060ti a lower end card?Interesting headline when a lower end 3060 Ti card is ~50% faster in many games over 2 gen old 1080 Ti.
Isn't Stalker 2 new gen only game? That's low req, if anything.
You're right it is a beast of a card on it's own - it beats both new gen consoles, but I don't know how you can see anything wrong with me typing the obvious, that 3060ti is lower end current gen card.
Yep. I think it was way over priced before all this crisis. 700gpu was way too expensive for single component. My whole pc was early about 2k... Now it would be much morePC gaming is so overpriced. The only thing more overpriced than PC gaming is gaming on a Mac, lmao
at this point i dont even care about requirements and whatnot
i just want a damn DirectStorage showcase on PC. i want to see how effectively it can work on a PC platform with random garbage pcie 3 nvme ssds. i want to see what lies in the future of PC gaming