My custom built Minecraft raytracing pc jk.
With an RTX 2060 it'll handle Minecraft at 30fps just fine...
But Minecraft is not even that graphic intensive, i think this build id too much for Minecraft
if you would have looked at that closely you would know that's a joke
youre right... Minecraft is mostly cpu and memory bound
you still dont get the joke lol
I understand the joke. I was simply stating a fact.
Can it run minesweeper
some say that minecraft is the hardest game to run
Dude i have a 2080 ti and an i9 9900k and i run MC at 20 fps
Looks good, nice parts. Tbh it would still lag on Minecraft + ray tracing...
Darn that’s really low specs for Minecraft I would be suprised if you get 2gps in minecraft
bruh how is this a minecraft pc when there is no creeper decal on the side panel
You cheaped out WAY to hard on the GPU. I honestly think that "thing" called a GPU couldn't even handle Roblox raytracing never mind Minecraft ray tracing.
Joke or no joke? I’m serious and I’m Dumb af
that is no joke. Minecraft raytracing is SERIOUSLY demanding. Although a 2060 should be able to handle 40-50 fps.
Nice build and I love the way that ram looks!
Good computer to play Minecraft
That mobo and gfx card actually matches well nuce build bre bruh
Solid budget build. Currently working on an AMD one myself. This gave me some direction. Team Night Hawk has become a go-to contender for universally inexpensive RAM. Good job on it.
actually, the 2060 couldn't handle 50fps in minecraft with raytracing mod enabled, but that was before optimization so idk
Thanks for all the great feedback, this is actually my first pc build and I wanted it to run game 1080p 100+fps and I think I have achieved that.
This is my first build at 14 years old. I recommend building pc's to anyone it isn't hard just watch some tutorials and your good to go.
Also in info it says gpu runs at 2mhz it's actually running at 2ghz
mines lava MOJANG OPEN UP! Btw cool build
**** computer, i spent all my money on this and i cant even play solitaire with 30 FPS(btw human eye can't see more than 30 GPUs per second so yeah)