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For the casual everyday gamer. Silky smooth 1080p gaming courtesy of the AMD Ryzen 5000 Series with Radeon graphics, paired with a powerful gaming monitor.
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A good monitor works hand in hand with your system, allowing you to play your games with utmost smoothness and precision.
Cases can come in many different sizes (known as form factors). The size and shape of a computer case are usually determined by the form factor of the motherboard since it is the largest component of most computers. Cases are also referred to by their size (ATX, ITX)
When you have the world’s most advanced processor architecture for gamers and content creators, the possibilities are endless. Whether you are playing the latest games, designing the next skyscraper, or crunching data, you need a powerful processor that can handle it all—and more. Hands down, the AMD Ryzen™ 5000 series desktop processors set the bar for gamers and artists alike.
The motherboard is the main circuit board of your computer and is also known as the mainboard or logic board. Attached to the motherboard, you'll find the CPU, ROM, memory RAM expansion slots, PCI slots and USB ports. It also includes controllers for devices like the hard drive, DVD drive, keyboard, and mouse. The motherboard is what makes everything in your computer work together.
Random access memory (RAM) is one of the most important components in determining your system’s performance. RAM gives your applications a place to store and access data on a short-term basis. It stores the information actively being used by your computer so you can access them quickly. The more programs your system is running, the more RAM space you’ll need. The speed and performance of your system directly correlate to the amount of RAM you have installed. RAM performance is all about the relationship between speed and latency.
Non-Volatile Memory Express (NVMe) is a new transfer protocol designed for solid-state memory.
The power supply unit (PSU) converts mains AC to low-voltage regulated DC power for the internal components of a computer. Modern personal computers universally use switched-mode power supplies. Some power supplies have a manual switch for selecting input voltage, while others automatically adapt to the mains voltage.
Microsoft Windows 10 Home or Pro, Office activated