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Hatchey
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Hello,

I was looking at purchasing this pc and was wondering how good it is and if it is good value for money?

ebuyer.com/909080-pc-specialist-c...s-d1553830

Will it run fortnite at 144fps and games like modern warfare on decent settings?

MY budget is around £1200 and need no peripherals or anything, do not need an operating system either.

Tia
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3CH
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Not terrible for the price. You can build this own rig yourself for about $800 (721 euro) if you care enough.

For 1200 euros you could build something that would out benchmark this in every way imaginable.
BUT if you're dead set on prebuilt I cant say that's a bad deal.

And yes it would run MW on pretty good settings, and it would have no problem reaching 144fps on Fortnite I would think.
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3CH wroteNot terrible for the price. You can build this own rig yourself for about $800 (721 euro) if you care enough.

For 1200 euros you could build something that would out benchmark this in every way imaginable.
BUT if you're dead set on prebuilt I cant say that's a bad deal.

And yes it would run MW on pretty good settings, and it would have no problem reaching 144fps on Fortnite I would think.


Awesome thanks mate, would rig would you build for 1200 gbp? Would it be possible to use pc specialist to build it and send me the link please?

Thankyou mate
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1. SSDs do not function like HDDs.
The way an SSD operates is like a river going to a delta. Starts at one point and then splits into multiple lanes. Smaller the river, slower the access in the delta.
If you're going for an SSD you honestly want the 500GB or larger variants, regardless you will get a significant increase using any SSD type, but the larger the SSD the faster. (Doesn't apply to NVME SSDs as much due to the connection type and speed.)

2. Highly recommend using PC Part Picker
Far larger catalog of options and can show prices for just about any region.

3. The system will run the games you want perfectly fine. Though I'd recommend building the PC yourself to save money and be able to buy better parts.

Put a build together, shy of your price point too and will get you everything you want.PC Part Picker List This however is assuming you HAVE a monitor that actually has a 144Hz display.
With a 144Hz monitor PC Part Picker List

I would hope you have that monitor already because the difference between the first build and second is major and takes out a lot of performance.
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