[SOLVED] I want to know if my PC is High-end or Mid-end

Hey there,

On the higher end of midrange :)

You've a very strong CPU/GPU combo that are in the top 5 CPU's/GPU's currently available. There are stronger for both.

Technically 'high end' is reserved for HEDT - High End Desktop. These CPU's have massive core counts, and use different types of GPU's.

For your ram, well, 16gb isn't the worst. It's prob the norm right now. But more games and apps are pushing that, and if you do any kind of rendnering or anything then 32gbs is much better. 16gb used to be the sweetspot, but more and more it's recommended to go 32gb.
 
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Hey there,

On the higher end of midrange :)

You've a very strong CPU/GPU combo that are in the top 5 CPU's/GPU's currently available. There are stronger for both.

Technically 'high end' is reserved for HEDT - High End Desktop. These CPU's have massive core counts, and use different types of GPU's.

For your ram, well, 16gb isn't the worst. It's prob the norm right now. But more games and apps are pushing that, and if you do any kind of rendnering or anything then 32gbs is much better. 16gb used to be the sweetspot, but more and more it's recommended to go 32gb.
 
Reactions: tennis2 and RayanMo

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