07-10-2018 11:37 AM
Not to long ago did I decide to pick up the HP Pavilion Power Desktop, reading all the reviews and watching videos with similar specs I thought this would be a good pickup whenever I got the PC however the SSD wasn't the Operating system and the HDD wasn't the main Storage drive. That's not my biggest problem but whenever I tried playing games like Fortnite or Overwatch I would get extremely low FPS even on the lowest video settings due to the Graphics card undperforming heavily, I tried installing and uninstalling it multiple times on the NVIDIA sight and even in the Geforce Experience application, any help would be appreciated. :Wink:
07-10-2018 06:57 PM
Welcome to the forum.
I am not an HP employee.
Three components installed in the motherboard (MB) contribute to a good gaming experience:
Graphics card, the 1060 is a nice card.
RAM, you have 16 Gbs of DDR 4 2400 RAM. More than enough for a good gaming experience.
There are two versions of the Basswood motherboard. One version has a Ryzen5 1400. The other MB has an Intel Socket 775 chipset.
Which MB do you have?
The Ryzen should be good to go but the Intel processor could be the bottleneck.