Rate this system,How good is it for gaming?



id say get better CPU/motherboard


Entry level, It would do okay with anything that's been released within the last year but I would be concerned with future games. It might be an alright system for present day gaming but that setup will be obsolete in a year or two. You should be able to play most, if not all games at 1920x1080 with the settings dialed back to low or Medium. The system would do fine with older games. The Pentium g4560 is an entry level CPU for games. It's a dual-core with Hyperthreading so the O.S. sees it as a 4-core CPU. Pretty much any game should load with this processor. The g4560 belongs to the older Socket 1151 Kaby Lake platform, so the best CPU you can upgrade to would be the Core i7-7700k. The GTX 1050 only has 2gb of RAM which is not enough for some modern games, so in order to compensate you would have to dial some of the settings back. It's better than integrated graphics at least. This system will do great with popular games like Fortnite, League of Legends, GTA 5, etc at 1080p, but it you would have to turn the settings down with newer games like Battlefield 5. It's not a bad buy if it's $500usd. If Lyon or Lion computers does custom builds, I would encourage you to check out a similar build using the Ryzen 3 2200g or Ryzen 5 1600 CPU and an RX 570 or RX 580 for the Video card.


Biostar brand motherboard is always made from the cheapest parts and I would never buy a PC with a Biostar brand motherboard. Pentium G4560 @ 3.50GHz scores only 4867 https://www.cpubenchmark.net/cpu_list.php Core i3-8100 @ 3.60GHz is 8066 AMD Ryzen 3 1200 scores 6742 Upgrade is only to 7th generation Intel and not 8th Generation. The design is one level back. Zotac is the cheapest brand of graphics cards and GTX 1050 2GB is OK but is considered gaming entry level. Low budget computer case http://www.pc-specs.com/case/Green/Green_Mac1/1741 Power supply is a local brand with 1 x 6+2 PCIe power connector. Detailed specifications are not readily available, but it is made by Channel Well Techology in China and should be OK. The GTX 1050 ranks number 98 in this gaming to GPU table https://www.notebookcheck.net/Computer-Games-on-Laptop-Graphics-Cards.13849.0.html but the CPU is a little weak for modern gaming so new games could be unstable with low numbers in minimum frames per second. The PC is made from low cost parts so is considered low budget to its performance. It will be able to play all modern games, but may need lower game detail settings to raise the minimum frames per second versus systems with stronger CPUs. It appears to be a system made in Iran. Global branded parts may be less available or extra expensive.


It's a decent low-budget option. Every current game will run, but most will only be able to do 1080p 60 FPS low settings. That power supply is low wattage from an unknown brand, so it probably won't be very high quality and it will definitely have to be replaced when you upgrade any of the other parts.


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