Specifications of the Ares Gaming PC
|Processor||Intel i5 9400F|
|Motherboard||MSI B365M PRO-VDH|
|Ram||CORSAIR LPX Vengeance 8GB x 2 3000MHZ|
|Graphics card||Inno3D GTX 1660 6GB Twin X2 DDR5|
|SSD||WD 240GB SATA SSD|
|HDD||Western Digital Blue 1TB|
|Cabinet||Cooler Master K501L RGB|
|COOLER||ANTEC A40 PRO|
Brief Description of the PC
This build will be featuring the Intel i5 9400F, Inno3D GTX 1660 6GB Twin X2 DDR5, and 16GB of 3000MHz DDR4 RAM. The combination of these components makes it excellent for gaming at 1080p and is decent for 1440p too. At 1080p, you can expect 60+ FPS in high settings on most recent AAA titles. When it comes to 1440p, the GTX 1660 is capable of producing 40-50 FPS on high settings. For eSports titles, it can produce 144+ FPS easily.
The processor used on this build is the i5 9400F. It has 6 cores and 6 threads. Furthermore, it has a boost clock of 4.2GHz which makes it great for gaming. This makes sure that the graphics card used is not bottlenecked. The Antec A40 Pro is a decent entry-level air cooler. It is definitely better than the stock cooler and ensures a longer life of the processor.
The storage devices used on this build are a 1TB hard disk and a 240GB solid-state drive. Hard disk for the games and other files, SSD for the frequently used applications, and the operating system.
A 550W PSU such as the Antec VP550 is sufficient for this build. It is rated for 80+ efficiency and is great for such gaming builds. All of these will be housed inside the case, which is the CoolerMaster K501L RGB. Cooler Master has been known for making quality cabinets for a long time. The K501L RGB is a great cabinet for low budget builds. It has a transparent side panel for easy viewing of the internals. It has eye-pleasing aesthetics and excellent airflow, and on top of everything else, it has RGB.