PCSpecialist Quantum Master S System Review
Introduction and System Specifications
There has been a raft of new graphics cards released today. If you’re in the market for a gaming system, but have a reasonably limited budget, then your choices lessen. Certainly you want a system that can play anything at 1080P. But 1440P is also a very popular resolution because of how many monitors have that res as their basis. Also when budgets are tight you’re going to be using it for a while, so longevity is a key element too.
To this end, we think today’s launch of the Nvidia RTX 4070 Ti Super is probably the best in the mid to upper-mid tier. It will do 1080 in every title and setting. 1440 in most, and even 4K if you don’t mind tuning the settings slightly. Of course it’s a little pricier than RX 7700 XTs or RTX 4060s, but it’s still nicely priced. If you can pair it to a great processor and some other high end components in the right places it will be a star.
PCSpecialist are famed for careful component choices. The AMD Ryzen 7 7800X3D is the latest in a long line of fantastic Ryzen processors from AMD. Best of all, for our needs, it’s designed to give maximum performance in gaming tasks. That isn’t to say the 8 Core, 16 Thread 5GHz CPU is going to be breathless doing anything else. It’s a processor very high up in the AMD range. Paired up to 32GB of Corsair Vengeance Memory, Windows 11 and also with blazing fast 2TB Gen4 M.2 the Quantum Master S promises to be a star. Let’s find out.