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Disregarding the "ultra settings don't mean anything" argument, you won't be able to buy a PC new that runs Fortnite at high+ settings for that price. Actually you'd be hard-pressed to build something new that can run Fortnite at any settings 1080p.

 

I would look used around you, you can probably find a good i5 system with a GTX 970 or R9 380X or something along those lines. Craigslist and ebay are your friend. You can also build a PC from a mix of used and new parts, to get the best deal.

Hello, looking for a prebuilt system for my younger brother. He plays a lot of that game called Fortnite....

Prefer a GTX 1050 or something that can run Fortnite at ultra that under $450.

 

Thanks for the help!

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Disregarding the "ultra settings don't mean anything" argument, you won't be able to buy a PC new that runs Fortnite at high+ settings for that price. Actually you'd be hard-pressed to build something new that can run Fortnite at any settings 1080p.

 

I would look used around you, you can probably find a good i5 system with a GTX 970 or R9 380X or something along those lines. Craigslist and ebay are your friend. You can also build a PC from a mix of used and new parts, to get the best deal.

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Just now, Cereal5 said:

Disregarding the "ultra settings don't mean anything" argument, you won't be able to buy a PC new that run Fortnite at high+ settings for that price. Actually you'd be hard-pressed to build something new that can run Fortnite at any settings 1080p.

 

I would look used around you, you can probably find a good i5 system with a GTX 970 or R9 380X or something along those lines. Craigslist and ebay are your friend. You can also build a PC from a mix of used and new parts, to get the best deal.

Alright thanks.

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