NZXT launches new $700 prebuilt gaming PC, good for 1080p gaming at 60 fps
NZXT has launched its latest prebuilt gaming PC fabricated around its popular H510 case. The new Starter PC series comes in three models starting from US$700 and which is good for playing recent titles at 1080p/60 fps. It isn’t going to set the world on fire, but of course, it is easily upgradeable and will get you started on some serious gaming in the meantime.
The Starter sits on a MSI B365M MORTAR motherboard and is powered by an Intel Core i3-9100F quad-core CPU with a base clock of 3.6 GHz. This is mated to 8 GB of 3,000 MHz DDR4 XMP RAM and a MSI GeForce GTX 1650 D6 Ventus XZ OC GPU. It is fitted with a 512 GB Intel 660p M.2 SSD while the power supply is an EVGA 450W Bronze model. NZXT says this model is good for 1080p gaming on COD: Modern Warfare at 62 fps, Fortnite at 67 fps and Rainbow Six Siege at 92 fps.
If you want to go to the Starter Plus model, the extra US$200 will get you parts upgrades that push performance for 1080p gaming up to 94 fps for COD: Modern Warfare, 83 fps for Fortnite and 173 fps for Rainbow Six Siege. The Starter Pro model ratchets the price up US$100 to US$1,000. This boosts performance at 1080p to 102 fps for COD: Modern Warfare, 101 fps for Fortnite and 176 fps for Rainbow Six Siege.