The model on sale has an Intel Core i7-9700F processor, which is now one generation out of date, but still packs 8 cores and 8 threads with a maximum clock speed of 4.7GHz. You also get 16GB of 3,000MHz RAM (2x8GB), a 1TB SSD of unknown type for storage, a 650W power supply, a Z370 “Gaming Plus” motherboard (presumably this one from MSI, though the product page leaves out the maker). Pre-built gaming PCs typically have one or two strange or cheaply-made components that can spoil the package, like a low-power PSU or single-channel memory, but there doesn’t appear to be any trickery here.The included graphics card is none other than Nvidia’s GeForce RTX 2080, the company’s first high-end ray-tracing GPU. It’s still an incredible graphics card, even with the later introduction of the 2080 Ti and 2080 Super, and it won’t have any problem playing every single PC game currently available at 1080p or 1440p.
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