EA Play has been added to the XBOX Game Pass for PC app…
Last week EA Play has finally arrived and joined the wealth of top tier games available for Game Pass subscribers. EA Play is included in the monthly cost of Game Pass and brings popular franchises from the EA Games catalogue to the Game Pass service. Need for Speed, Battlefield, Star Wars, EA Sports and more are now available to download and play on Game Pass with no additional subscriptions required.
With the addition of EA Play, older ‘must play’ franchises like Dead Space, Mass Effect and Mirror’s Edge are all on offer and it is a great time to try out these titles if you missed them the first time around.
EA Play access via XBOX Game Pass for PC also provides a discount on purchases of EA digital content and trial access to full versions of selected new game releases.
Check out the full EA Play line up HERE. With new games being added all the time, it has never been a better time to take advantage of the instant game library and superb value that XBOX Game Pass for PC offers to gamers.
Getting Started with EA Play
The process for installing a game from the EA Play catalogue is slightly different. You will need an EA account to link to your existing XBOX account to be able to take advantage of the extra titles on the service.
You will need to download the EA Desktop App which will allow you to download and install games from the EA Play catalogue. This is presented as an automatic download if you attempt to install an EA Play game from the XBOX app. It is worth keeping in mind that if you use the EA Origin app to launch your EA games already then you will need to close this down in order to run the EA Desktop App. The good news is that any EA games you have installed on Origin will be automatically detected and work with the EA Desktop App and Game Pass.
This guide posted on the XBOX YouTube channel talks you through the process of linking your EA and XBOX accounts to access all of the new content available
XBOX Game Pass has been expanding over the past month with the addition of a huge range of titles from Bethesda adding huge titles to the lineup for subscribers to the service. DOOM, Dishonored, Skyrim, Fallout and more are all now available to play on Game Pass for PC and current subscribers can access these titles within the Game Pass app.
If you are a Stormforce Gaming customer with an XBOX Game Pass trial on your system, now is a great time to activate the free 1 month trial to take advantage of the extra games on offer. Read more HERE on how to get started with your trial for XBOX Game Pass for PC.
If you are considering a new gaming system from Stormforce Gaming, our range of systems that ship with a free one month trial of XBOX Game Pass for PC is the perfect way to get started with a huge library of games for your new gaming system.
Stormforce Gaming systems power content creation and demanding VR simulations…
Creating rich and involving content is no easy task, especially when the simulation software you focus on in your content is extremely demanding. Running any demanding game or simulation can be really taxing on your computer and usually requires extremely high performance hardware to achieve smooth frame rates whilst capturing and encoding gameplay footage.
We covered the spectacular Microsoft Flight Simulator in a previous article HERE and in the meantime, World Updates have been added to the title which enhance the fidelity and immersion of landmarks and locations by adding even more detail to environments with airports and points of interest being expertly modelled with stunning levels of accuracy.
At the end of December 2020, Asobo Studio added the highly anticipated Virtual Reality update to Flight Simulator providing the ultimate experience for sim enthusiasts who wanted to experience next level immersion and the feeling of being there.
This Virtual Reality update has allowed members of the Flight Simulator community to produce incredible content showcasing the feeling of real flight without compromise.
Stormforce Gaming recently received a Trustpilot review for one of our flagship systems from a customer who needed a system to power demanding titles on his HP Reverb G2 and Oculus Virtual Reality Headsets and 4K monitor. After checking out his Youtube channel, we just had to share some of this amazing content with the Stormforce Community!
The VR Flight Sim Guy Youtube channel provides a deep dive into the performance aspects in a variety of Virtual Reality flight simulations as well as interesting explorations, reviews and live streams. For Sim enthusiasts, the channel offers a raft of content on making the most out of your simulator experience and tuning your settings for smooth framerates.
Check out the latest videos from VR Flight Sim Guy on Youtube HERE and consider subscribing to his channel
We spoke to VR Flight Sim Guy to find out more about his passion and what made him choose Stormforce Gaming to power his VR experience and content creation workloads.
“I’ve always had a passion for VR as it gives you the opportunity to immerse yourself in an environment that would otherwise be inaccessible in real life. This combined with my interest in flying (both in the real world and using flight simulators), has completely transformed the experience into something tangible and authentic.
The only issue has been finding the right hardware to power such dreams and since owning my previous PC (an i5 8600k, 1080ti), I needed something to power me into the future.
Using high fidelity flight simulators combined with the highest resolution VR headsets can be extremely demanding, but thankfully I found the right PC up to the task.
I can now run all my sims and games on ultra and experience the immersion I’ve always wanted. It’s absolutely amazing.”
It is incredible to see what the Stormforce Gaming community use their systems for and we love hearing from content creators about how our systems help them to improve their work.
A huge thank you to VR Flight Sim Guy for giving us permission to share his awesome content and for choosing Stormforce Gaming for his simulator requirements!
If you are a content creator with a Stormforce Gaming system, please get in touch! We love hearing from our community members on how you use your system and you could be in an upcoming feature too!
To view our range of Stormforce Gaming Flight Simulator Ready Systems – Click HERE
NVIDIA have announced additional titles being added to the RT & DLSS lineup…
We recently posted a guide to optimising your system for the best performance in the demanding Cyberpunk 2077 to help Stormforce Gaming customers extract the maximum frames per second out of their systems. As games become more graphically demanding and monitor resolutions and frequencies improve, the load put on your graphics card is likely to increase.
DLSS (or Deep Learning Super Sampling) from NVIDIA is an AI accelerated image enhancement tool that works with all RTX video cards. For gamers with high resolution monitors, DLSS can be the difference between a playable and unplayable gaming experience.
Games with DLSS capabilities will render at a lower resolution and upscale the game to your target resolution whilst AI helps to sharpen the upscaled image with very little loss to visual fidelity and huge gains in performance.
If you have an RTX video card in your Stormforce Gaming system, enabling DLSS in supported games is a must!
At CES 2021, NVIDIA took to the floor on their Game On live stream and announced a growing list of upcoming titles being added to the DLSS line up.
– Amid Evil
– Atomic Heart
– Call Of Duty: Warzone
– Edge Of Eternity
– FIST: Forged In Shadow Torch
– Five Nights At Freddy’s Security Breach
– Mortal Shell
– Mount & Blade II Bannerlord
– Ready Or Not
– The Medium
– Vampire: The Masquerade – Bloodlines 2
– Xuan-Yuan Sword VII
Many of these upcoming titles are going to be receiving Ray Tracing support also meaning you will be able to enhance lighting effects and visual immersion in so many more modern titles using DLSS in conjunction with Ray Tracing to keep your framerates high.
In addition to this, recent titles like The Witcher III and Doom Eternal will also be updated to include Ray Tracing support and provide significant visual improvements to existing titles already in your library.
The CES 2021 presentation mainly focusses on upcoming mobile gaming devices but desktop gamers also have the RTX 3060 to look forward to in late February 2021. At Stormforce Gaming, we are super excited to see the RTX 3060 hit the market and bolster our mid range gaming system range.
This lower price point RTX card features Ampere core technology and will bring the cost of a capable RTX system down whilst providing significant performance improvements to gamers who are looking to enhance their gaming experience without paying flagship GPU prices.
RTX 3060 comes with a huge 12GB of GDDR6 memory. This card is designed to cater for AAA gaming at 1080p and harness the powerful RT and DLSS features that enhance the visual fidelity and performance of supported titles.
Stay tuned to our social media channels around the end of February 2021 for information on RTX 3060 equipped Stormforce Gaming systems
Recently we have received reports from customers who are experiencing difficulty connecting or establishing reliable connections to their dual band router via our 300Mbps WiFi adapter that ships with many Stormforce Gaming systems.
The WiFi adapter that we ship with a lot our gaming systems is intended to provide a reliable and secure wireless connection where the use of a dedicated network cable is not possible.
Most customers will be unaffected by this if they are using a modern router but customer feedback has highlighted a specific problem with dual band routers that ship directly from certain internet service providers, specifically routers with Smart WiFi features.
There is no problem with your Stormforce Gaming system or your ISP provided networking equipment, but manually reconfiguring your dual band router to broadcast both 2.4GHz and 5GHz frequencies separately helps mitigate problems that can arise from having the router broadcasting on both channels simultaneously under one SSID (Wireless Network Name).
Our higher end systems ship with higher performance WiFi adapters. This information may not be applicable to these customers but may still assist in troubleshooting connectivity or connection stability issues.
Why This Occurs
Many Internet Service Providers (ISPs) provide a basic router for WiFi coverage that is suitable for most homes. They mostly use similar hardware and are configured in a way that allows devices with different wireless speed capabilities to connect to the WiFi network on the wireless band that is most suitable for that device.
Your router automatically chooses a wireless frequency to broadcast on that can impact wireless network performance. Having a 300Mbps WiFi adapter being automatically assigned to a frequency can cause drop outs and unreliable wireless connections.
5GHz Frequency is usually used to handle faster devices but the coverage of this band is not usually as strong.
2.4GHz Frequency is the best option if your system is in a different room to your router. It will provide larger coverage areas and is impacted by walls and objects far less than 5GHz.
How to Identify Your WiFi Band Configuration
The default configuration setting for Smart routers is to assign WiFi devices automatically. Typically you can tell if your router does this by how many WiFi SSIDs the router transmits.
When you search for available networks on any wireless device, your router may show as a single SSID which usually suggests it is broadcasting on both frequencies simultaneously.
The example below shows a Sky Broadband router broadcast pattern next to an aftermarket router from ASUS configured with separated SSID displayed as two separate WiFi networks.
*Note that the 2.4GHz wireless signal from the ASUS router is stronger than the 5GHz signal.
How To Split Your Router’s SSID
The guides below show basic steps for separating SSIDs on the most common ISP provided routers with combined wireless bands.
More in depth details on each router model can be found on respective ISP websites and support channels.
If your router is not listed or covered by the guides below, your router documentation will be available on the suppliers websites for more in depth guidance.
*These settings steps may differ depending on the router model supplied by the ISP.
**You may need to reconnect some devices connected to the network after making these changes.
– Go to your router config page by typing 192.168.0.1 into your web browser
– Log in using your login details to access the router, default username and password is admin & sky. new routers have the wifi password as the password
– Select Wireless from the navigation bar and untick the ‘Synchronise 2.4GHz and 5GHz settings’ option.
– Scroll to the bottom of the page and apply the changes.
– When the page reloads select the ‘5GHz wireless settings’ page from the navigation bar
– In the 5GHz section, scroll to the field titled ‘Name (SSID)’ and add something like 5Ghz to the end of the current name
– Scroll to the bottom of the page and apply the changes.
– Connect your gaming system to the old SSID and use the 5GHz band for other devices.
Plusnet Broadband – Go to your router config page by typing 192.168.1.254 into your web browser
– Click Advanced Settings
– Enter your Hub admin password when prompted (unless you’ve changed it, you’ll find the default password on the settings card)
– Continue to Advanced Settings.
– Click on Wireless.
– Click 5GHz tab.
– Change ‘Sync with 2.4Ghz’ to No.
– Change the name of the ‘Wireless SSID’ – adding 5GHz on the end of the current name.
– Save the changes.
– Go to your router config page by typing 192.168.1.254 into your web browser
– Click Advanced Settings
– Click on Wireless
– Enter your Hub admin password when prompted (unless you’ve changed it, you’ll find the default password on the settings card)
– Set the “Separate bands” switch to “ON”
– Your new SSID for the 5GHz band will be created by default. But you can call your new network what you wish
– Save the changes
– Access the settings page by entering the web address shown on the Hub sticker
– Click Advanced settings, then Wireless and then Wireless signal
– Tick the box next to Manual which will enable the drop-down menu and choose a channel. There are different options for the 2.4GHz and 5GHz channel.
– Click Apply changes and then close the browser window to exit the administration interface.
– Open your browser and type in 192.168.1.1 to go to the router admin page
– Login with your router username and password. You’ll find these on the sticker underneath the removable settings card on back of your Wi-Fi Hub
– On the Dashboard page, select the See Wi-Fi settings button
– Now choose Manage advanced settings
– Select Continue on the pop-up box
– Choose Wi-Fi configuration
– Type different network names into the Wi-Fi Name text boxes
– To finish, select the Save button
If you continue to experience connectivity issues, please contact our customer service team for more information.
More information can be found on our support page – Here
Cyberpunk 2077 is one of the most eagerly anticipated titles in the last decade…
Launching to much fanfare and after a series of delays, CD Projekt Red has finally released Cyberpunk 2077 to the public. You take control of V, a mercenary for hire in Night City, a fictional metropolis set in the near future where rival gangs wage war. This deep RPG has a mix of futuristic gunplay, cinematic missions and engaging character story paths to follow.
Announced back in 2012, Cyberpunk 2077 has become a title full of promise for PC gamers. Since the advent of ray tracing capable video cards, Cyberpunk 2077 has been high on the list of titles set to feature these new, advanced graphics technologies.
Titles that feature new graphics technologies usually stretch the capabilities of current generation systems. Gamers with high resolution, high refresh rate displays will need significant video card horsepower to achieve smooth framerates with all of the visual settings cranked up.
Make no mistake, this is a difficult game to run on even the most powerful modern system. Cyberpunk 2077 requires a lot of system resources and the graphics engine will tax even the new flagship next generation gaming hardware from NVIDIA and AMD. That being said, there are a lot of options within the graphics menu that will allow gamers with current hardware or lower specification systems to optimise their game visuals to give the best experience.
Cyberpunk 2077 – Next Gen Features
Cyberpunk 2077 features a host of next generation features which make PC the best platform to play the game. Cyberpunk 2077 takes advantage of next gen visual technologies by providing a plethora of video options within the settings allowing you to maximise game visuals and performance.
DLSS is an NVIDIA technology only found on RTX series graphics cards equipped with advanced Tensor cores. If your system has an RTX card installed, it is strongly recommended that you enable DLSS to increase framerates in the game. DLSS (Deep Learning Super Sampling) works by using artificial intelligence machine learning to produce upscaled visuals in supported games. Essentially, the game will render at a lower resolution and upscale to your target resolution with the AI upscaling helping to sharpen and refine the final image. After much testing the ‘DLSS Quality’ mode on Cyberpunk 2077 seems to offer the best image quality on resolutions of 1440p and below. 4K and Ultrawide users may want to try running the game in ‘DLSS Balanced’ mode.
Static Fidelity FX is an option for gamers who don’t have an NVIDIA RTX card installed and works in a similar way to DLSS. We found in our testing that Fidelity FX does not provide quite the same gains in performance as DLSS, but it does a good job of adding more performance for non RTX users.
Ray Tracing is a key next gen feature that has to be seen to be believed. Ray Tracing is a rendering technique that traces light paths and simulates how light interacts with objects. This results in a much more realistic visual experience as shadows and reflections behave how you would expect in the real world. The downside to Ray Tracing is that it can be extremely demanding on your video card and will reduce your frames per second when enabled. In Cyberpunk 2077, Ray Tracing can be set to Medium, Ultra and Psycho. Enabling Ray Tracing on any video card in this game will mean that DLSS must be used to maintain higher framerates. NVIDIA RTX users can already take advantage of Ray Tracing in Cyberpunk 2077 with AMD Radeon RX 6000 GPUs looking set to support Ray Tracing after a future patch.
CD Projekt Red provided a system requirement table before the game launched to act as a guideline for gamers looking to get the best from Cyberpunk 2077. These guidelines are a good base level performance indication but we have elaborated on each point from our own testing to help optimise your game experience. If you are planning to run Cyberpunk 2077 with Ray Tracing enabled at any resolution, a high performance card will be required.
Most gamers are still using the most popular resolution available. 1080P provides a good balance of affordability and clarity whilst not requiring super expensive video cards to drive the resolution reliably. The NVIDIA GTX 1660 Super will run at Medium graphics settings around 60 frames per second which will provide a smooth experience. To enable Ultra settings at 1080P you will need RTX 2060 or higher level video card. Performance on the RTX 2060 will be below 60fps so enabling DLSS in the graphics menu will increase framerates and allow for a significantly smoother experience.
Larger panels are becoming more commonplace in PC Gaming. Many 1440p Panels are around 27-32″ and offer much more screen real estate and visual clarity over 1080p. The downside to having more pixels on your monitor is that driving the pixels will require a higher level video card.
To run Cyberpunk 2077 at Medium settings using 1440p, an RTX 2060 is the minimum requirement for smooth gameplay. Lower class cards will run the game at this resolution if you are willing to adjust some settings to gain better performance but for a smooth 60fps experience, an RTX 2060 is the recommended choice. DLSS becomes almost mandatory at 1440p and above.
Increasing the graphics preset to Ultra, Cyberpunk 2077 becomes a much more difficult game to run at 1440p or higher. You will need some serious video card muscle to drive higher resolution monitors. To enable Ultra settings and have a smooth gaming experience, an RTX 2060 or higher is suggested.
The NVIDIA GeForce RTX 3060Ti, RTX 3070 and AMD Radeon RX 6800 are great options for gamers who want the best experience at 1440p in this title.
4K UHD and Ultrawide Gaming
It may not come as much of a surprise that a demanding title like Cyberpunk 2077 requires the highest performance video cards available to achieve performance at very high resolutions. Cranking the settings up to Ultra on a 4K or Ultrawide display will show just how demanding Cyberpunk 2077 can be. The level of visual fidelity and immersion is ‘breathtaking’ at these resolutions but at a severe cost to framerates.
NVIDIA GeForce RTX 3070 and AMD Radeon 6800XT provide a good entry level for gamers playing on the Medium preset. For the best experience at these vast resolutions then flagship cards are really the only option if Ultra preset is your goal. NVIDIA GeForce RTX 3080/3090 and AMD Radeon RX 6800XT/6900XT graphics cards are really the only choice at this resolution.
As mentioned previously, AMD Radeon cards are not currently supported for Ray Tracing or Super Sampling features within the game.
Optimising Cyberpunk 2077 for your Stormforce Gaming PC
Everybody will experience different results with Cyberpunk 2077. Our testing has shown that 60fps an acceptable threshold to aim for and the graphics card recommendations in this guide should help you decide what performance settings to set up with.
Cyberpunk 2077 really benefits from being installed onto an SSD. Whilst next generation PCIe 4.0 SSDs will provide huge load time reductions, any high speed M.2 or NVME SSD will perform well and give you an advantage in Cyberpunk 2077.
Higher core count CPUs can help you maintain good framerates when in crowded areas. Our testing has shown that 6 core processors seem to be the sweet spot on this game but CPU frequency is also very important at maintaining high framerates. Intel i5 9th gen or newer and AMD Ryzen 5 3600 or higher seem to be the best options for gamers looking to tackle Night City without any bottlenecks.
Ambient Occlusion, Volumetric Fog and Screen Space Reflections are the settings which seem to have the biggest impact on your framerates in Cyberpunk 2077. On some hardware configurations where the Ultra settings caused huge slowdowns, the adjustment of these settings were pivotal in achieving smooth framerates and in some cases made the difference between playable and unplayable framerates.
Ray Tracing is only available to GeForce RTX owners right now in Cyberpunk 2077 and RTX 20 series performance with Ray Tracing enabled can be hit and miss depending on your resolution. Disabling ray tracing can net huge performance gains at the slight expense of visual quality.
Ensure you have updated your video card drivers to the latest version to get the best from Cyberpunk 2077.
Even on medium settings, Cyberpunk 2077 looks great on PC and there is an expectation that future patches from the developer alongside video card driver updates will help to optimise the game further and increase performance.
To view the range of Stormforce Gaming systems for Cyberpunk 2077 – Click Here
AMD Ryzen 5000 is here, offering significant improvements in productivity and gaming. The performance on offer is staggering…
In 2017, AMD released the first generation of Ryzen CPUs. These processors offered fantastic efficiency by offering modern multicore performance, high clock speeds and surprising energy efficiency.
The second generation of Ryzen CPUs from 2018 pushed the boundaries further with significant improvements in enthusiast and gamer orientated features.
In 2019, the speed, efficiency and optimisation continued with the launch of Ryzen 3000. Bringing wide socket compatibility and the introduction of PCIe Generation 4 connectivity.
AMD has taken huge leaps in efficiency and performance with every iteration of Ryzen since the initial release.
Things are about to change yet again with the launch of the new AMD Ryzen 5000 Range.
Push the Performance Envelope
Over the last few years, AMD have been working tirelessly to produce compelling desktop processors for gamers and creators. Each Ryzen line released in the past three years has improved and refined expectations in the desktop processor market. With significant wins in all areas of computing, AMD processors have been revolutionising performance in desktop, laptop, enterprise and console computing applications. Both the new Microsoft XBOX Series X and Sony Playstation 5 feature 7nm processor architecture from AMD.
AMD’s recent rise in popularity in the PC Gaming space can be widely attributed to the Zen CPU microarchitecture. Ryzen 3000 processors provided gamers with a multitude of refinements with more cores and more performance available whilst increased core counts improved multitasking performance for content creators on mainstream desktop platforms.
AMD Ryzen 5000 series processors increase performance further with higher maximum boost speed, new core layout and a significant improvement in IPC (Instructions Per Clock) that will all directly benefit gamers and content creators who need fast, multicore processing solutions to get the very best from their systems.
What The New Changes Bring for You
The improvements in speed are easier to understand when you view the architecture diagrams comparing the new CPUs to the previous generation.
On Zen 2 (Ryzen 3000) processors, the Level 3 Cache was split in a way that it could be shared with each CCX (Core Complex).
With Zen 3 (Ryzen 5000) processors, the cores are combined into a single, unified CCD (Core Chiplet Die). The Level 3 Cache is combined and accessible to all of the cores.
Simply put, the amount of cache remains the same but the way each core accesses the cache is drastically improved by essentially doubling the pool of cache accessible to each core.
This approach will reduce latency across the entire processor and reduce the amount of communication paths the CPU has to make. This translates into a significant boost in Instructions Per Clock performance which is vital for achieving higher framerates in games.
Frequencies on the new processors are a little higher than the previous generation but the 5000 series efficiency improvements will translate to better raw performance in games as well as single and multi core optimised applications. Video rendering, game streaming, 3D modelling and other CPU hungry applications will all be able to take advantage of this new architecture.
AMD claims large gaming improvement across the board vs the old generation of Ryzen processors, especially in lower resolutions where gaming performance can be more CPU limited.
The New AMD Ryzen 5000 Series Processors
The new CPU models available from AMD will operate on AMD X570 and B550 chipset motherboards.
All of the new CPUs have 24 PCIe lanes, support DDR4 3200 memory speeds and are packaged for the AM4 CPU Socket.
When paired with an X570 motherboard, users can benefit from up to 40 PCIe lanes of connectivity, all at PCI Express Gen4 speeds.
Should you choose a more affordable B550 model, you can enjoy up to 20 PCIe Gen4 lanes.
Ryzen 5 5600X – 6 Cores, 12 Threads – 65W TDP – 32mb L3 Cache – 3.7GHz Base Clock – 4.6GHz Boost Clock This CPU is being pitched as the ultimate gamers CPU. 6 high frequency cores provide ample thread count for multi threaded applications and games and provides gaming performance similar to processors much higher in the range.
Ryzen 7 5800X – 8 Cores, 16 Threads – 105W TDP – 32mb L3 Cache – 3.8GHz Base Clock – 4.7GHz Boost Clock
The octa-core Zen 3 processor is one of the fastest gaming chips in the Ryzen 5000 line-up. Providing strong performance increases in multithreaded applications, this CPU is ideal for gamers with high refresh rate monitors looking for high FPS figures in their games.
Ryzen 9 5900X – 12 Cores, 24 Threads – 105W TDP – 64mb L3 Cache – 3.7GHz Base Clock – 4.8GHz Boost Clock
12 Core CPUs are suited to gamers who do a lot more with their system than just running titles at 1080p. If you play demanding next generation titles and want to make sure you are achieving high framerates with the ability to stream and produce content then this CPU is ideal.
Ryzen 9 5950X – 16 Cores, 32 Threads – 105W TDP – 64mb L3 Cache – 3.4GHz Base Clock – 4.9GHz Boost Clock
The flagship Ryzen 9 boasts a thread count which rivals many High End Desktop platforms. AMD have labelled this CPU as ‘The World’s Best Gaming Processor’.
You can expect ultimate performance in games, editing 4k video files with smooth playback, super fast render times and class leading single core performance.
In House Testing Results
Stormforce Gaming are an AMD Elite System Builder and we have been testing these products in house. All of our systems include fully qualified products as part of a stringent quality control timeline. This ensures that every system developed by Stormforce Gaming provides exceptional compatibility, build quality, balanced specifications and reliability.
Stormforce Gaming Ryzen 5000 Test Platform
ASUS Crosshair VIII Motherboard (X570)
Asus TUF GAMING RTX 3080 OC 10GB
WD 500GB SN750 M.2 2280 Black NVMe
Corsair Vengeance RGB 2x8GB DDR4-3600
Cinebench R20 Single Core testing – higher is better. Single Core performance is important because it makes everything on your system feel fast.
Cinebench R20 Multi Core – higher is better. Multi core performance is important for both content creation and gaming
1080P Gaming Benchmarks – 5 Run Average Frames Per Second – higher is better – All Titles using maximum graphics settings
AMD Ryzen 5000 Series Processors are available in Stormforce Gaming systems – Click Here