Evolve For PC

I have come from PS4 to PC to take over
muahahahaha
Jk but what are the lowest reqs for Evolve to run smooth on PC? I don’t have a Gaming PC so that doesn’t help.
My parents can afford to buy a like a 1k+ Gaming PC but It’s much better to have the PS4 since it was only $400 which is a fraction of a PC.
waaah :frowning: :frowning:

Is there a question here to answer?

You want to built a PC?

You have a budget?

@RCSRex Show him that thingy. With the things and the stuff for buying a gaming PC with like 500 USD.

@Mr_WiZardGod You can get a good, solid rig for a very low price. Rex had a picture of a chart showing the parts or something once, I’m asking him to present it. :smiley:

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This is a good site if you want to pick out your parts or just ensure they are compatible.

https://ca.pcpartpicker.com/

useful for finding out things and asking for help


https://www.reddit.com/r/buildapc/wiki/beginnersguide

Basics on what you can get for how much


https://www.reddit.com/r/pcmasterrace/wiki/guide
use search to find “Isn’t PC gaming more expensive than console gaming?” and there is a depending on your region slightly cheaper to slightly more expensive than a console pc that is as good if not better than the PS4/Xbone

@MidnightRoses was any of this the thingy?

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I have noooooooooooo idea.

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What would be the cheapest Gaming PC I could buy? Or even build myself? I’m trying to go under 1k

You can get a 400ish dollar one thats equivalent to a PS4/Xbone if you want higher quality it depends on the deals you can find.

The second I clicked the 1st link It’s just “What’s this?” lol

ca is the canadian version

https://pcpartpicker.com/ is the US version basically it’s a site where you can if you go to the top start a system build pick out what parts you want and save them and it’ll show you how much they are in your area showing deals mail in rebates sales etc. If you don’t live in the US or Canada it’s still useful because it will ensure you don’t pick parts that are incompatible.

Edit: Theres a UK Australian German Italian Spanish and NZ version as well.

I heard from some dude he said he only spent around $200-$300 to have a powerful PC, is that possible or was lies?

Listen to this man. :smile:

I don’t know much I just searched for about 4 months on Buildapc and google searching toms hardware trying to find out what parts are decent and read some reviews and it all fell out of my head a couple days later while I was building it.

but the things that I linked were the things that helped me build my PC and while I spent more than I should have cause I could I am very happy with my PC.

Alright so I just found one that is the highest in top rating:
Intel Core i3-4170 ---- Spd 3.7GHz ---- Cores 2 ----- TDP 54W

Please explain since I’m clueless to what TDP means.

PC noob :stuck_out_tongue:

I came home from an awesome day and I wanted to try Evolve for PC, but sucks I can’t run it perfectly smooth even with the lowest settings.
Well I’m gonna go to sleep since I’m getting tired and it’s 10PM EST. Goodnight and I’ll check more on the links. Thanks @WiBaKi @MidnightRoses @IWannaBeATiger @RCSRex
This is a stupid question but it’s not possible to make a powerful Laptop, is it? I’d like to make one rather than PC. If not well I’ll hopefully have a PC in the future.

Laptops get more expensive, especially if you’re making a custom one. The parts get significantly more expensive because they are much more specialized.

You can’t really make a laptop, per say…

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Thermal Design Power (TDP) represents the average power, in watts, the processor dissipates when operating at Base Frequency with all cores active under an Intel-defined, high-complexity workload.

Thermal Design Power: Thermal solution should be designed to dissipate this target
power level. TDP is not the maximum power that the processor can dissipate.

I got it from here http://ark.intel.com/products/77490/Intel-Core-i3-4170-Processor-3M-Cache-3_70-GHz

If you want to PM me your email I can help you decide what parts and everything you need.
I’ve built several computers for myself and my friends, ranging from my $2,250 rig down to a $500 rig.

Only problem is, you will have to learn how to put it together, including properly applying thermal paste and hooking up all the components. It’s quite daunting to look at, no individual task is incredibly difficult, but when you put them all together it gets quite stressful, especially if it is your first time (And especially if you are like me and dealing with components that cost hundreds of dollars each)

EDIT:
My Rig, some parts have changed since I built it though, and I built it almost a year ago so prices have dropped a tad.
http://pcpartpicker.com/b/9PD8TW

Under 1k?

So is 800 an acceptable budget?

Or even 900?

With 800 to 1k i can make you a beast PC that will play every game at ultra in 1080p for the next 2 years.

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$800 maybe I could possibly do.
Also what do you mean for the next 2 years?
I’m still looking at all he websites Tiger gave and I still reading and looking at parts :stuck_out_tongue: