Chris from Code the Things is back with another round of tests for the ‘Destitute’ tier of our main build chart: game streaming services! With another round of tests on our most affordable build comes another terrific video, featured above.
There’s more than a few curved gaming monitors out there with outrageous specs and equally outrageous price tags—displays that test the limit of what the human eye can perceive! Enormous panels that cost more than a new car! Huge ultrawide multi-monitor setups!
You, uh, aren’t going to find those in this article.
Instead, this list aims to stretch your dollar to its breaking point, focusing on curved monitors that provide a premium experience with a sub-premium price tag of less than $400. None of them are powered by nuclear fission or display 600 frames per second, but they’ll be enough to satisfy the average consumer without the need for a second mortgage.
With Ryzen 7 CPUs often being a popular choice for high-end gaming builds these days, we take a look at what can be done with the Ryzen 7 5800X.
With more cores and threads than most games know what to do with, the Ryzen 9 5900X sits as an ideal choice for those looking to build a game streaming or other live streaming rig.
It’s time to board the hype train, as we look at building a 1080p gaming beast with the new Ryzen 5 5600X.
Back in the day, my PC failed the “but can it run Crysis?” test. Nevertheless, when a game company remasters one of the biggest memes in PC building, we have to take note.
With the deals coming and going fast, we take a look at if we can bundle various components together to go about building a PC entirely with Black Friday 2020 deals from Amazon and Newegg!
Let’s get into it!
With how aggressive the pricing is on these consoles, there’s no way we can build a PC to beat the Xbox Series X and PS5… right? Well read on as we try to crack this puzzle!
With Valorant, we get something like a new blend of Counter-Strike and Overwatch, still in a low-specification package.
But what exact kind of PC is required to play Valorant smoothly? Let’s get into some details!
The release of the new Microsoft Flight Simulator brings one of the best examples of Microsoft’s Azure cloud streaming applied to a game to date. Yet with all that graphical beauty as far as your eyes can see, do you need a monster rig to play it at 1080p?
Let’s take a look!