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Gaming PC build GeForce GTX 1060 EVGA FTW GAMING ACX 3.0, Core i5-3570 3.4GHz, 16GB performance review

This gaming PC performance puts its 3 key components (16GB, Core i5-3570 3.4GHz, GeForce GTX 1060 EVGA FTW GAMING ACX 3.0) as better than 0 games from the top 1000 most demanding games of today. The hardware weak point in this gaming pc is Core i5-3570 3.4GHz. If this bottleneck was upgraded, then the number of games (from the top 1000 games list) it could run would increase to 802 at recommended requirement.

The performance of these hardware components is best displayed in relation to the current most popular game, Microsoft Flight Simulator. In summary, the best resolution performance for this GeForce GTX 1060 EVGA FTW GAMING ACX 3.0 looks to be 1440p. There is definitely a great 1080p Ultra result if that is more your requirement, with it pulling 60 FPS, but you certainly can move up to 1440p where we see it returning 120 FPS on Low 1440p, 94 FPS at Medium 1440p, 64 FPS on High settings and finally Ultra gets 45 FPS.

2nd most popular game: Cyberpunk 2077 - In summary, go with a 1080p screen res setup for the GeForce GTX 1060 EVGA FTW GAMING ACX 3.0. Then, when we look at the Cyberpunk 2077 Low vs Ultra graphics settings, we think it is best run at Medium setting or a bit higher. For comparison, the returning frame rates would look a bit like this - 1080p Medium 79 FPS, 1080p High setting: 53 FPS, 1080p Ultra setting: 38 FPS, 1440p Low setting: 77 FPS, 1440p Medium setting: 60 FPS.

3rd most popular game: Valorant - To summarise, we are in the realms of who gives a crap, when looking at game hardware demands, because the GeForce GTX 1060 EVGA FTW GAMING ACX 3.0 card will play Valorant at Ultra settings almost regardless of the screen resolutions. 4K Ultra will get 200+ frame rate, 1440p can deliver 200+ FPS, and the lower resolution of 1080p comes in at 200+ frames per second. For interest the cost per frame rate would look like this - 1080p Ultra costs $0, 1440p costs $0 and 4K costs $0.