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  • AMD Ryzen 5 3600XT
  • ASUS® TUF GAMING B550-PLUS
  • 16GB Corsair VENGEANCE 2666MHz
  • 6GB AMD RADEON™ RX 5600 XT
  • 256GB PCS 2.5" SSD
  • Windows10
Can some one tell me if that's good enough for streaming and playing warzone
 

MaddMann

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Hello PC Building Friend!
This is a great pc to start your gaming. These specs will allow you to play the game, however streaming might be a bit of an issue as it does use up a healthy amount of RAM. Another part you will likely want to expand on is your hdd. Warzone on its own is 100gb, you will also be putting your OS on this drive and it will leave a rather small amount of available space. With the size of updates on both windows and games these days, you will likely need about 20-40gb free at any given time to allow space for updates to download an unpack. If you like, post what your budget it and you can see what the folks here can do.
 
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Hello PC Building Friend!
This is a great pc to start your gaming. These specs will allow you to play the game, however streaming might be a bit of an issue as it does use up a healthy amount of RAM. Another part you will likely want to expand on is your hdd. Warzone on its own is 100gb, you will also be putting your OS on this drive and it will leave a rather small amount of available space. With the size of updates on both windows and games these days, you will likely need about 20-40gb free at any given time to allow space for updates to download an unpack. If you like, post what your budget it and you can see what the folks here can do.
 
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IMO a SSD under 1Tb is a bad idea unless you are going with a dual drive where one is your boot with 250 and then a 1TB main for all your installs. You can get a very nice sata 1TB for under 100 dollars. If you buy anything new in the next year or so the installs have gotten huge. You will be swapping things constantly.
IMO a SSD under 1Tb is a bad idea unless you are going with a dual drive where one is your boot with 250 and then a 1TB main for all your installs. You can get a very nice sata 1TB for under 100 dollars. If you buy anything new in the next year or so the installs have gotten huge. You will be swapping things constantly.
 

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My Call of Duty installation folder tops out over 200GB (That's with Modern Warfare and Black Ops installed). Even without the other games, Warzone easily tops 100GB. If you current build list is all you can afford, it should be easy enough to install an additional 1TB SSD later. You can find them for close to $100 if you find a good deal. I suspect by the end of the year 2TB SSDs will be closer to that price and 1TB will be more $60-75.

That computer should be able to play Warzone just fine, but also consider that it may not jazz so well with AAA games releasing this year.
 

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