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PC vs Xbox One X at 4K – Fortnite: Battle Royale



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33 رأي على “PC vs Xbox One X at 4K – Fortnite: Battle Royale”

  1. For those of you that want to know if a Potato Masher Pro like PC can still be built at used Xbox Box One X prices, I put together a parts list for you. (Shipping may cause variance in price depending on where you live. I am also not including the cost of Xbox Gold or a Windows Licence)

    CPU: Core i5-2400 $36.95
    https://www.ebay.com/itm/Intel-Core-i5-2400-3-1GHz-6MB-5GT-s-SR00Q-LGA-1155-CPU-Processor-Grade-Fair/283147654462

    Motherboard: Dell Optiplex 790 Micro-ATX $14.72
    https://www.ebay.com/itm/Dell-Optiplex-790-MT-LGA-1155-Socket-H2-DDR3-SDRAM-Desktop-HY9JP-0J3C2F/282309466601

    GPU: R9 290X 4GB $115
    https://www.ebay.com/itm/AMD-GPU-XFX-Radeon-R9-290x-4GB-GDDR5-SDRAM-PCIe/123349721942

    RAM: Nanya 2x4GB 1600MHz DDR3 $27
    https://www.ebay.com/itm/8GB-Nanya-2x-4GB-2Rx8-PC3-12800U-DDR3-NT4GC64B8HGONF-DI-Desktop-ram/183407211844

    HDD: Western Digital RE3 1TB 7200RPM $41.99
    https://www.amazon.com/dp/B001IEXU68/

    PSU: EVGA 500 Watt 80+ Bronze $19.99
    https://www.bhphotovideo.com/c/product/1417590-REG/evga_100_br_0500_k1_500w_br_80_plus_bronze.html

    CPU Cooler: Thermaltake CLP0556 $8.39
    https://www.outletpc.com/zu4131-thermaltake-clp0556b-cooling-fanheatsink.html

    Case: Rosewill FBM-01 $24.99
    https://www.amazon.com/dp/B005LIDU5S/

    Keyboard+Mouse: Logitech MK120 $14.44
    https://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16823126097

    That brings the total price of the PC to $303.47.

    The cheapest Xbox One X with a controller that I could find on eBay costs $399.99.
    https://www.ebay.com/itm/Microsoft-XBOX-ONE-X-1TB-Console/202392465110

    I have to say, I am absolutely shocked how much cheaper the PC was this time around. I even checked over my parts list multiple times to make sure I wasn't missing something. Looking around, I have found that PC parts have been dropping in price quite a bit as of late, especially on the used market. While based on price alone, I would say it's a pretty clear victory for the PC, I decided I would also include an alternative option for those looking the invest the extra $100 saved into a more powerful system.

    Swapping the $115 R9 290X out for a $235 EVGA GTX 980 Ti brings the total system cost to $423.47
    https://www.ebay.com/itm/EVGA-GeForce-GTX-980Ti-PN-06G-P4-4995-KR/132775536292

    Now, that's a little bit more expensive than the Xbox One X, but trust me, it's worth it. The 980 Ti will run cooler, quiter, and will consume less power than the R9 290X giving you some overclocking headroom. Overclocked to around 1450MHz, this card can keep up with the likes of the GTX 1070 Ti and Vega 56, and is over 50 faster than the ~2GHz GTX 1060 in the Potato Masher Pro (8.16 TFLOPs vs 5.12 TFLOPs).

    I really don't see a reason to go with the Xbox One X right now. Someone that wants Xbox One X performance for as low as a price as possible can go for the $303 R9 290X system, while someone that wants to best system for around $400 can go for the $423 GTX 980 Ti system. Either way, it is still a much better value than the Xbox One X. The only thing that the Xbox One X really has over the PC at this point is its 4K bluray drive, which don't really exist for PCs, however, I have a feeling that someone looking at used hardware probably isn't spending $25+ per 4K bluray movie.

    (BTW, sorry this is so late, I just started college and missed that this video got uploaded.)

  2. This must have been mention before but you should consider a better cooler to oc the xeon to 3.8 or better. I know this is a budget built but it would yeild better performance for sure. new sub here

  3. Didn't digital foundry say that the games runs at near epic setting? They did mention that during the Switch and IPhone X comparison. All be it at around 1440p-1780p? Wasn't there another mode that targeted native 4K and Epic settings but 30FPS on Xbox One X? How come I didn't see any of that on this video? Did they patch those options out in favor of getting closer to native 4K and 60fps? Did they also remove the quality option? If so. Big oof for Xbox one x owners how Devs can literally just take options away from you.

  4. You are 100% right about the shadows. For some reason they seem less demanding on console than on PC. The console version seems to be almost on the PC's high setting, which is pretty demanding. Not sure if it's a resolution or draw distance thing or what as it's all shoved into one setting on PC.