One of the most played games in the world – Fortnite gets tested by mid-range PC hardware: core i5 7400, Geforce GTX 1060 Ti and 8GB RAM at 1080p resolution. To get the most out of the game you need only a maximum average frame rate of 60 FPS. Infamous Techtuber Fps Games dares to conduct the test in the video below. Using older hardware allows to play top 20 most played games like Dota 2, Apex Legends, League of Legends, CS: GO, and more. No wonder some RPG open-world games require higher specs such as RTX 2080 Super, Ryzen 9 3900X or 16GB RAM.
Online gaming becomes larger and larger with shrinking specs as low as Athlon 200GE with integrated Vega 3 graphics card. Most chipmakers may shift to production of APUs as 7nm architecture became a reality and latest graphics cards also getting smaller by making low heat. Coolers tend to cool both CPU and GPU faster. So, there is a big room for APU gaming development.
Let’s get straight to the topic. The channel depicts ordinary gameplay where the hero may jump, run, shoot, hit and even drink water. A dancing part could also be there. Look at the graphics, 5 years ago we had to get the most expensive GPU from NVIDIA to play such nicely designed games. Getting GTX 1050 Ti for around $150 and core i5 7400 with $220 could be quite silly while flagship APU from AMD costs less than $220 on Amazon and performance would be quite higher. Knowing which hardware to buy became as important as saving money from petrol or gas by driving an electric car.
Source: FPS Games via YouTube