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RXQueen

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i asked a while ago about gaming pc’s

can someone tell me if this is any good as i’m clueless. thank you

Zoostorm Desktop PC delivers a fast and immersive experience that's perfect for esports, watching a HD movie or crunching numbers in your home office. It comes housed in the built in the sleek Cooler Master 3.1 case with red LED fans that ensure optimised airflow to keep the your system running cool and quiet.

Enjoy gaming, using office apps, photo editing, web surfing and watching top streamers with incredible multi-thread processing and potent Radeon graphics.

At the heart of this Stormforce gaming PC is an AMD Ryzen™ 3 3200G quad-core processor (3.6 GHz) expressing the power and efficiency of Zen x86 core architecture in combination with 2x4GB Crucial DDR4 2666Mhz RAM.

A 1Tb (1000Gb) hard drive gives you masses of storage space - enough for around 17,000 hours of music, 40 days of video or 300,000 photos.

Windows 10® gives you more ways to play, including the ability to play and connect with gamers across Xbox One and Windows 10 devices. Stream your Xbox One games to any Windows 10 PC. And record and share your epic gaming moments with built-in Game DVR. All Stormforce PCs are covered by a 3-Year Collect and Return Warranty.
  • Blue Tooth: N
  • Depth: 381 MM
  • Dongle Required: N
  • AMD Ryzen 3200G (3.6GHz) Quad Core Processor
  • Integrated AMD Radeon VEGA 8 Graphics
  • 2x4GB DDR4 Crucial Memory
  • 1TB SATA 6.0Gb/s 64MB HDD
  • AMD A320 Chipset
  • Windows 10 Home
  • WiFi
  • Red LED Fans
  • 350W
  • Graphics: Onboard
  • Hard Drive Storage: 1 Tb
  • Height: 456 MM
  • Processor: Ryzen 3 3200G
  • RAM Memory: 8 GB
  • Touch Screen: N
  • Width: 208 MM
  • Wifi Enabled: Y
 

stevey83

28DL Full Member
28DL Full Member
Not enough ram and no dedicated graphics card. Youll also want an SSD and a slightly better processor wouldnt hurt.
 

inger27

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28DL Full Member
You definitely want more RAM and an SSD for storage. As mentioned, a better processor would go a long way too.
 

TranKmasT

"You BOY!
Regular User
That spec is shit, don't bother.
Choosing a gaming pc is a bit of a minefield if you know little about them. It might be easier finding out what games you want to run first and seeing the minimum and recommended requirements for running it comfortably at 1080P. The spec will show for each title.
As a rough ball park, curry's pc world do a gaming pc starting from from £650 that can run Fortnite at a decent frame rate.


You could probably find something cheaper but you didn't mention a budget.
 

happyformumman

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28DL Full Member
How much are you looking to spend? What do you want to play?

There is a new release of AMD stuff in the next few weeks which will lower some prices considerably.
 

Lord Oort

Fear is the little death
Regular User
Ryzen 5 3600 is basically the best bang for buck processor at the moment.

Dont know what your budget is but I would go for something like this

Ryzen 5 3600 CPU
8Gb (16Gb if you can stretch) DDR4 3000Mhz Ram
B450 chipset Mobo
256Gb NVMe SSD Boot Drive
Largest platter drive you can afford for storage
case/fan/peripherals to to suit.

As has been mentioned AMD's new RTX 3000 series beating graphics cards will be out very soon so shop around in the meantime and then pickup a cheap 1080Ti when the price falls through the floor next month.
 

TranKmasT

"You BOY!
Regular User
As has been mentioned AMD's new RTX 3000 series beating graphics cards will be out very soon so shop around in the meantime and then pickup a cheap 1080Ti when the price falls through the floor next month.
Nvidia RTX 3000 series card have been out over a month. You're talking about AMD's big NAVI (RX 6000)
 

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