Is Gaming on a $700 AMD Gaming PC any good? You will be surprised at what kind of framerate we get here, we play 6 games and show you Framerate, Temperature, Memory and much more all with an RX 6500 XT 8GB Card.

We review the performance of a $700 gaming PC, featuring a PowerColor Fighter AMD Radeon RX 6500 XT 8 GB graphics card. The review includes gameplay tests for several popular games at 1080p resolution, including:

  1. Call of Duty Modern Warfare 3 – The game runs at high settings with AMD FSR 3.0, achieving frame rates in the 90s and 100s.
  2. Hell Divers 2 – Despite a challenging environment with mist and dust, the game consistently runs in the upper 90s and 100s.
  3. PalWorld – The game runs at medium settings, with frame rates in the 80s and 90s, dipping to the 40s occasionally.
  4. Cyberpunk 2077 – The game runs at 1080p with FSR 2.1 on the medium preset, maintaining performance in the hundreds.
  5. PUBG – The game runs at medium settings, achieving smooth performance with frame rates in the upper range.
  6. Fortnite – At medium settings, the game runs comfortably in the 90s and occasionally hits the hundreds.

Throughout the video, the presenter demonstrates the gameplay, showing the settings used for each game and commenting on the overall performance. The video highlights the effectiveness of AMD FSR in enhancing performance on a budget system. The presenter concludes by recommending the build for budget gamers and suggests using a capture card, like the AverMedia GC513, for recording and streaming gameplay.

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