- Oct 17, 2014
- 12,490 (4.05/day)
|Processor||Ryzen 5600 at 4.6 all core @ 1.200v ($130)|
|Motherboard||MSI B550 Pro VC ($109)|
|Cooling||Thermalright Frost Commander 140 ($40) + MX-6|
|Memory||4x8gb DDR4 3200 cas16 ($85)|
|Video Card(s)||MSI Trio Z 6800 XT ($540)|
|Storage||Kingston KC3000 1TB ($90)|
|Display(s)||NZXT 27" Canvas 2560x1440 IPS 165hz ($150)|
|Case||Corsair 110q ($60)|
|Audio Device(s)||Schiit Modi 3 DAC - Logitech 400w THX 2.1 ($185)|
|Power Supply||Corsair RM 850w Gold ($110)|
They are similar, 95% and 99% percentile measure the FPS that you will have 95%/99% of the time, while 1% and 5% measure the occasional dip in FPS. They are 2 side of the same coin anyways.
Avg FPS alone just do not tell the whole story about the gaming experience.
Thanks for explaining it. That is interesting to look at it that way.
I'm just happy to have a build that can game again, going to be fun playing my backlog. I think first game I am going to play will be Divinity Original Sin 1 and 2, my buddy wants to co-op them. Hopefully I can get 165hz 165 fps at 1440p on Ultra, I think I will be able to assuming I can get RDNA3. Heck, RDNA3 would probably give me that at 4k. Insane how good gpu's are getting. I really don't know if I need anything more powerful after this. Unless I go to 4k, but I don't think I will. Pretty happy with 27" 1440p.