Video: GIGA Asks: How Much Do You Spend On Your Gaming PC / Gaming Laptop?
Black Friday is not the only good reason to buy new hardware. With the release of the new Ryzen 3000 processors, AMD was able to offer Intel the slogan in gaming for the first time in countless years - and not just in terms of performance. Although the CPUs have only been on the market for 3 months, the prices of some models have already dropped and offer an attractive price-performance ratio. In addition, AMD seems to have two more mid-range processors up its sleeve, which should be particularly interesting for players on a rather small budget.
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But not only the processors are doing something. There is also movement in the graphics card segment. Both Nvidia and AMD appear to be rolling out new graphics cards within the next two months. Both manufacturers seem to focus primarily on the middle class. According to the first reports, Nvidia is working on a SUPER variant of the GTX 1660, AMD seems to want to counter with an RX 5500 and RX 5600.
Competition is stimulating business and hopefully that will be reflected in falling prices. We therefore want to know from you: How much have you spent on your current gaming PC / gaming laptop? At what intervals do you get new hardware? And are you a hobbyist or do you prefer to buy a complete system? Take part in our little survey.