Ok, let’s be honest, when it comes to video gaming, sometimes, we just want the best the world has to offer. The best games, the best graphics, the fastest run time, and yes, the fewest glitches. Sometimes though? It’s not all about the games, but the hardware it’s on. Especially for PC games, which often have higher standards in order to get the best play possible. Thus, you need a dedicated “Gaming Computer”. But, that can get expensive. So…GeForce is here to help out with that.
Their solution to your gaming woes is the GTX 1050. This gaming computer is meant to help anyone with their gaming problems, all the while, being just above $500 total (tax not included).
So, what does it take to make this “dedicated gaming computer? Let’s break it down, shall we? First up in the Graphics Card, which they suggest the EVGA GTX 1050 SSC, which will cost you $119.99. Then, there’s the Chassis, aka the computer shell. For that they recommend the Antec VSK3000E-U3 No Power Supply MicroATX Case for only $27.99.
Next, is the CPU, aka the processing power you need to make things move. For that, they suggest the Intel i3-6100 Skylake 3.7GHz Dual-Core Processor for $109.99. Then, the Motherboard, the Asus B150M-A/M.2 LGA1151 MicroATX Motherboard for $68.99. Next is RAM, GeForce suggests the G.Skill Ripjaws V Series 16GB (2 x 8GB) DDR4-2400 Memory for $89.99. Then you’ll need Storage, such as the HGST Travelstar 7K1000 2.5-Inch 1TB 7200 RPM SATA III for $61.99. And finally, the PSU, they recommend the EVGA 500 W1 for $39.99.
If you add that all up, you get a prime gaming computer for only $518. Now, you may be thinking, why these parts specifically? Well, as in all things, there’s a video to explain that!
The other benefit of this design is that it comes with a bunch of extra features free that’ll help you get exactly what you need from your computer. For example, with a single click, the GeForce Experience function will analyze your system hardware configuration and optimize in-game settings to give users the best possible performance for their system.
So, if you’re looking to upgrade your computer gaming system, this GeForce GTX 1050 may just be for you.