With the recent launch of FidelityFX Super Resolution (FSR), AMD has added yet another powerful tool for gamers. Features like FSR, Radeon Boost, and Smart Access Memory are all meant to help PC gamers get more out of the hardware they own. At 11:00 a.m. PT on Wednesday, July 7, we’ll build an all-AMD-based gaming PC live on YouTube to try out those very features.
The build is sponsored by AMD (who provided the CPU and GPU), but the rest of the parts were picked and purchased by PCWorld to make a very capable gaming machine. The total cost of this particular build hits around $2,000 (if the GPU was bought at MSRP) and includes these parts:
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