In general, this is something you have to research for yourself.
You can get an "opinion" here in the Community, maybe even a testimonial about whether or not a specific game will do well on a specific computer model.
Testimonials, though, can be a lousy way to make a decision on which computer to buy.
For example, if I say, "Sure, buy one of these" and the computer fails miserably to meet your gaming requirements, every body is unhappy but you could end up with a computer you don't like and cannot use.
What to do?
Go to the Website for a game in which you have an interest.
Look for the support section for the game settings and examine the "minimum requirements".
Note that the Minimum Requirements are not necessarily the requirements to provide an actual satisfactory experience.
Purchase a computer that exceeds the "minimum" requirements.
Go to the game website - this time, check to see if there is a support of forum section.
See what other people are doing, what they are using, why they are happy or unhappy.
In general, if you are purchasing a computer to run games, start at the very top of what you can spend and start checking whether that series supports the types of components you need and want.
Gaming computers are not usually budget purchases.
You can check what your game requires, then open and check the Specifications for that model / series.
Purchasing from the HP Store? Technical details are available for all models sold by the store.
Open the Store, find the model(s) you are considering, read the tech notes.
For example - Ask for help at your regional HP Store
New Product? Need Help? HP Online Store – USA – Customer Service
You can also find Specifications, manuals, and other important information at a computer's website support pages.
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When the website support page opens, Select (as available) aCategory>Topic >Subtopic
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