Quick question: Would you be happy playing a potentially visually spectacular video game at sub-HD resolution, with poor textures, blocky lightning, and choppy, un-Vsync frame rates?
We are assuming your answer is No. In the months to come, we are going to get games like Watch Dogs, Assassin’s Creed IV, Battlefield 4 and GTA V (come on, we know it’s coming on the PC) and many others that will push visuals beyond what we have seen a video game do. And to truly experience them in their marvelous glory, you will need a PC that would laugh in the face of “Minimum System Requirements” – a PC so fearsome that it can wipe the aforementioned games on the floor at 60 frames per second. In short – a monster. Or a Kaiju, if you want to keep up with the current lingo.
So guess what? We have taken it upon ourselves to build such a monster, and we are calling it, quite simply, the Ultimate Gaming PC.
We have dived through the fiery depths of the hardware industry (okay, the local distributors mainly) and have spliced together some of the most monstrous hardware components that will blaze through any test, any game, and any benchmark you throw at it.
In the following pages you’ll find what makes this PC a monster, and we suggest you have a new pair of pants and a mop handy.
So, you ask, what are we going to do with the Ultimate Gaming PC? Like the awesome people that we are (and the distributors, too, hey) we are going to give it away.
Again. We are going to give it away.
Congratulations to Abdullah Mohammed Hussain who wins our Ultimate Gaming PC!