CNews World: Intel/AMD $300 Gaming PC Build – 8GB Sleeper Benchmarks! - HD Videos
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Check Out The Build Video:
4GB Benchmarks (It’s pretty bad):
CPU: Intel G4400 on Amazon - http://geni.us/iDvl
Graphics Card: Asus RX 460 2GB on Amazon – http://geni.us/KzB0A
Motherboard: ASRock B150M Pro4V on Amazon – http://geni.us/M2QY
RAM: Team Elite Plus 4GB DDR4-2133 on Amazon – http://geni.us/ORBP
CPU Cooler: Deepcool Gammaxx 400 on Amazon – http://geni.us/uPysgr
Power Supply: EVGA 500W on Amazon - http://geni.us/afDu88
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These are the benchmarks for my gaming PC I simply call the “Sleeper Build” – housed in the 15+ year old case from when I was a kid. It’s centered around an Intel G4400 dual core, Skylake processor at 3.30GHz, an Asus RX 460 2GB overclocked graphics card, and now 8GB of DDR4-2133 memory. You can see the complete build log and specs in the build video, linked at the top of this description.
In this video I run through a suite of gaming benchmarks to test performance of these parts. I benchmarked the computer using GTA V, Battlefield 1 (BF1), Deus Ex: Mankind Divided, and Just Cause 3. With 8 gigs of memory, this computer makes a good contender for an entry level gaming PC. If you upgraded to an Intel G4560 (which has hyperthreading), performance could see potentially significant gains.
Battlefield 1 and Just Cause 3 run well on this computer. Low/medium settings at 1080p average around 30-40 FPS. GTA V runs decently, typically staying above 30 fps. Deus Ex: Mankind Divided does not play well with dual core processors, and major fight scenes are not enjoyable due to intense stuttering and freezing.
Overall, for a sub $400 gaming computer, this is a good starting point. If you’re thinking about trying out PC gaming but you don’t want to drop $1000 for a toy, this build will suit you well, especially if you opt for an Intel G4560.
Intro graphics: Admj707 at www.youtube.com/user/admj707
Intro music: Tobu - Candyland [
[0:16 to 2:54] Joakim Karud – Vibe With Me https://soundcloud.com/joakimkarud/vibe-with-me
[2:54 to 5:23] Vibe Tracks – Dutty https://www.youtube.com/audiolibrary/music
[5:23 to End] Joakim Karud – Dreams https://soundcloud.com/joakimkarud/dreams-1