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Help me to build a Pc for Ghost of Tsushima

Could you assist me in putting together a PC setup? I'm aiming to optimize for the upcoming Ghost of Tsushima port to PC in May. I prefer top-notch quality graphics and have spotted a good deal for the Battlebox Pro custom PC build nearby.

Here's the link. https://houseofcomputers.co.uk/product/battle-box-pro-5i-elite-black-rtx-4060-ti-8gb-core-5i-13600f-32gb-ram-1tb-ssd-custom-build-gaming-desktop/



What upgrades would you recommend to achieve 4K ultra-quality gaming?

Intel Core i5-13600k
32GB RGB RAM
1TB SSD Storage
GeForce RTX 4060 Ti
Windows 11 Pro
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Original post by nate0007
Could you assist me in putting together a PC setup? I'm aiming to optimize for the upcoming Ghost of Tsushima port to PC in May. I prefer top-notch quality graphics and have spotted a good deal for the Battlebox Pro custom PC build nearby.
Here's the link. https://houseofcomputers.co.uk/product/battle-box-pro-5i-elite-black-rtx-4060-ti-8gb-core-5i-13600f-32gb-ram-1tb-ssd-custom-build-gaming-desktop/
What upgrades would you recommend to achieve 4K ultra-quality gaming?
Intel Core i5-13600k
32GB RGB RAM
1TB SSD Storage
GeForce RTX 4060 Ti
Windows 11 Pro

That is abysmal value for money. Do not go anywhere near that. £400 off sounds fantastic until you realise it's still severely overpriced at the new discounted rate.

Until review copies go out and the game ends up in the hands of benchmarking publications like Digital Foundry, we don't know exactly how hard the game is going to be to run. All we have is the recommended specs from the developers for each graphical tier, and they're claiming you're going to need borderline top-tier hardware (4080 or 7900) to hit 4K/60 at Very High settings. The next step down to High settings and either 1440p/60 or 4K/30 suggests a 3070, which is about what the 4060ti falls in line with, which will still be solid but you can definitely do better than that tier of hardware for the kind of budget you have.

What's your total budget all-in, for the computer, display, peripherals etc? Are you willing to consider building the computer yourself or do you only want to buy off the shelf?

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