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Best Gaming PC Design and Specifications for 2023

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When you want to create a new PC from scratch. Many times, you have to get up to date with the components. That are on the market and the new technologies that exist. A fairly laborious task, especially for those who have less idea of ​​the world of PCs. That is why we bring you this article with various examples of already assembled equipment.

Therefore, you will have to do some adjustment work. Or look at alternatives if the store where you go to buy the equipment does not have the component you want.

Things To Keep in Mind

The article is a succession of example configurations that I think can be very useful as a base to create more customized configurations. To understand the article and the configurations, there are a few things to keep in mind.

Nomenclature:

computers named according to their orientation (gaming, design, office), and the type of processor and graphics they use (IN would be Intel processor and NVIDIA graphics, while AA is AMD processor and AMD graphics). The qualifier OC is that it intends for overclocking.

Internal Storage:

Since many times when buying a new PC you can reuse an old hard drive, I usually only include the minimum of one hard drive in the price of the configuration. The best option is to add at least one additional 120 GB solid state drive (SSD) dedicated to the operating system and make it boot fast and improve the general response of the computer. As a general rule, I only include an SSD in the equipment, being at least 240 GB.

Geek Rank:

Following what shows in the articles of best processors and best graphics cards, the percentage shown is the relative power with respect to the most powerful processor or card of the moment. Since the vast majority of games only take advantage of four cores of the processor, in case of having more than four cores that classification value will show, and in parentheses the classification if all the cores were taken into account.

Power Supply:

the capacity of the power supply of all the equipment is more than enough for its consumption needs. Current equipment generally consumes quite little. One of office automation can be around 100 W or less in load, while a medium one to play about 250 W. It is very little compared to past times. That is why I set the sources to 450 W in these office use cases. If it seems low capacity of the source, do not worry. The computer will never magically consume 500 W. Even if there was more variety, I would stick to a 400W source for these low-power devices. It recommends that the source work at around 40-60% load as this is the point where there is better energy efficiency. You can read more about this topic in the best power supplies article.

Brands Of the Components:

You may not know of any, such as Enermax, EVGA or PNY, but they are good brands that you should not be afraid of choosing them. It is difficult for someone who does not look at components every so often to be aware of all the brands out there, but in general it can say that there are not any bad ones and the quality must look at case by case. There are good brands that launch bad ranges of fonts on the market, and bad brands that launch good ranges of fonts, for example.

They Are Example Configurations:

and the most important thing of all, as I have already made clear, is that they are examples of equipment assembled by price, and they are not set in stone. You will have to adjust what exposes here to your specific needs, and in many cases to what you have available in your country and its price. In the related guides that you will see above and at the end of the article you have valid alternatives, and you can always leave me a comment if you have any questions

Gaming PC Specs: Basic Equipment

surfing the internet, watching movies, or some occasional game with few graphic requirements. They use the integrated graphics in the processor. As far as possible, we recommend it to include a solid-state-drive (an SSD) for the operating system and common applications because it greatly speeds up the performance of the computer.

Gaming PC Specs: Basic Equipment to Play

Therefore, this article is based on the various PC component guides that we update several times a month. You have more examples of assembled equipment in the section of configured PCs. Below are the particulars to these component guides.

Basic Equipment to Play

The following are teams intended to play at 1080p in medium to high quality, depending on the title. These rigs are good for competitive MOBAs and FPS games, like Overwatch, League of Legends, or Counter Strike: Global Offensive, where you could play 1080p and 60 FPS, fine-tuning the quality to make them look more than decently good. Other newer games may require lowering the settings even further if you want that 60 FPS, or lowering the resolution, though they will work fine overall. If you want to include a better graphics card, then you should also think about a change in processor to better accompany the team.

Computers with Ryzen 5 processors with integrated graphics unit (APUs) it is important that they have two RAM modules in place to take advantage of the dual channel. Since the integrated graphics unit uses the main memory, the faster it is, the more graphics performance you will have in games.

Basic Equipment to Play

Processor:

AMD Ryzen 5 5600G

Ram:

16 GB

GPU Card:

AMD Radeon Graphics 7

Casing:

SSD 250GB

Storage:

7 ARK

Power Supply:

86W

Gaming PC Specs: Advanced Equipment to Play

They are teams that behave quite well at FHD for what they cost, and most games will work in high or ultra-quality, depending on the title, and many can even play in QHD resolution at 60 f / s, or at FHD and a hundred or more frames per second. Good graphics cards to accompany them are up to an RTX 3060, for example.

The idea behind these teams is to create a solid processor base, but with a more limited amount of memory in some cases, even 8 GB, being enough for most games. Depending on how the price of RAM is, it will be interesting to invest in having 16 GB of RAM because the operating system will be better, especially if it is Windows 11.

Advanced Equipment to Play

Processor:

Intel Core i3-10100F

Ram:

16 GB XFX

GPU Card:

Radeon RX 6500 XT Speedster

Casing:

QICK 210

Storage:

SSD 240GB

Power Supply:

211W

Gaming PC Specs: High-End Equipment to Play

These teams are for high-quality 4K gaming, so it focuses on the most powerful graphics cards of the moment, either alone or accompanied by a second graphics card. Therefore, they have different needs, such as accompanying them with more powerful processors, faster memory, etc., so that the components do not limit the graphics cards.

High-End Equipment to Play

Processor:

Intel Core i7-12700KF

Ram:

32GB

GPU Card:

XFX Radeon RX 6900 XT

Casing:

Speedster Merc 319

Storage:

SSD 250GB

Power Supply:

444W

Conclusion:

This guide is for guidance only, seeking to cover various price points with options for gaming and professional design use. The use of quality components that are at a good price sought in them, although due to the automatic updating of prices. The total cost of a given piece of equipment may adjust upwards or downwards. 

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