Dream gaming PC? BGS 2022 has products to help with the mission

BGS 2022 brought a lot of news for those planning to build their dream PC. The list of products on display at the fair ranges from processors to peripherals such as monitors and is sure to please those who want a very high-end setup.

But first, a warning: when we talk about a dream computer, the first image that comes to mind is a light-filled computer that can run any game available at the highest quality.

The thing is, the “dream” in this scenario is something that varies from person to person – and mostly from pocket to pocket, because building a PC with the best of everything is something that can easily be carried away from home. BRL 20 thousand.

Before starting our list, slope We spoke to some of the experts at BGS 2022 to learn about the best ways to get organized before starting your dream gaming PC.

Tips for the dream gaming PC

The first step, of course, is a good assessment of your needs, says Bruno ShigemuraIntel Application Engineer.

“I would say the first step is to have an idea of ​​what the user wants to play and what they want to do with the computer. So if the goal is streaming or just gaming, then there’s also the type of game the person is playing. It’s all about the idea of ​​what they’re looking for Man. You should also know that notebook mobility is important if desktop performance is the focus. “.

And when building a computer, there are certain pitfalls that must be avoided. The first and most important one concerns the compatibility of the components.

“You can buy a high-end video card, but you end up with a monitor that can’t display the resolutions produced by the card,” warns Arthur Oliveira, responsible for AMD’s CPU area.

Another point that deserves attention is the relationship between the type of processor selected and the motherboard, as AMD and Intel models require compatible motherboards.

For Patricia Lane, in charge GPUs From AMD, the advice is to think about the future.

“If you can’t build a computer with a video card at the moment, but plan to have one in the future, it’s worth investing in a processor with integrated video, but also in a better power supply and motherboard resources. take advantage of what your future graphics card has to offer,” he explains.

The sky is the limit

Now that you know how to avoid the hassle of building your dream gaming PC, let’s talk about what BGS 2022 has in store for those looking to perfect their setup.

One of the big releases at the show is AMD’s Ryzen 7000 series processors. The base model of the line is the Ryzen 5 7600X, which has six cores and a maximum frequency of 5.3 GHz, with a suggested price of R$ 2199.99.

But when it comes to the “sky’s the limit”, the Ryzen 9 7950X shines, with a 16-core processor and a maximum frequency of 5.7 GHz. The suggested price is 5499 rubles.

Ryzen 9 is the big star of AMD’s new series of processors

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It’s important to remember that with the Ryzen 7000, AMD changed the mounting socket. Therefore, a motherboard compatible with the new one is necessary.

The stars at Intel are the 12th generation Core i9 K-series processors. An example is the i9 12900K, which has 16 cores and a maximum frequency of 5.2 GHz, with a suggested price of R$ 5459.90. As with the new Ryzen processors, Intel’s 12th generation chips also require a compatible motherboard.

Due to the absence of a dedicated booth from competitor Nvidia – although its products can be seen in retail booths at the event – AMD finally shined alone among video card manufacturers. Highlighted here is the AMD Radeon RX 6950 XT, which can be found for up to R$9k.

On the storage and memory front, BGS 2022 also has some very interesting products on display. An example of this is Fury, Kingston’s gaming brand, which already has Beast RAM memory with DDR5 technology. A set of two 16GB sticks – 32GB in total – with 5200GHz and RGB lighting costs R$2236.90.

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The Fury already has DDR5 RAM, faster than the previous generation

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It is worth noting that only the latest motherboards take advantage of what this memory offers, so it is worth paying attention when assembling the computer.

When it comes to storage, it’s important that a responsive gaming PC has an SSD M2, as it allows you to significantly reduce load times, especially for heavy games. Fury has models in the Renegade line with storage capacities starting at 500GB. With this power, the price is 1133.30 rubles.

If the idea isn’t to build a PC, but to enjoy the mobility that notebooks provide, there are several options at BGS. For example, Acer highlights the Predator Triton 500 PT516-52S-7509 (12th generation i7 processor, 32 GB DDR5 RAM, 1 TB SSD and RTX 3080Ti video card), for R$23,999.

Lenovo has a new generation Legion 5i (with 12th Gen Intel processors, Nvidia RTX graphics cards, at least 8GB of DDR5 RAM and M2 SSD storage), priced close to R$10,000.

And Dell has an Alienware line that highlights the m15 R7 (12th Gen i7 processor, 32GB DDR5 RAM, RTX 3070 video card), sold for R$15,099.

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The Predator Triton 500 is an ultra-high performance notebook ideal for gaming

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Peripheral rain

So far we’ve talked about options for the “guts” of your dream PC, but BGS also introduced new features in the peripherals realm.

Among the monitors, Samsung brought two options to the event that can please any enthusiast – especially those with money and space to spare. One of them is the Odyssey Neo G9, a 49-inch curved, ultrawide monitor with a 240Hz refresh rate, priced at BRL 13,599.

However, the star of the brand is the Odyssey Ark, a giant 55-inch screen with integrated sound that can be used vertically, transforming your setup into a sci-fi movie. The price, of course, is also excellent: R$ 21,499.

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The Samsung Odyssey Ark is for those who want to turn their setup into something worthy of science fiction

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If the idea is to have a monitor in a more “regular” format, there are high-quality options. Acer makes monitors designed for gamers, such as the Nitro line. Tag for the VG272 S, a 27-inch, 165Hz refresh rate, Full HD resolution, and a price tag of R$1,899.

Agon, AOC’s gaming brand, also has news like the Agon Pro AG254FG, 24.5 inches, Full HD resolution and an incredible 360Hz refresh rate, priced at R$6,999.

Finally, Lenovo strikes with the Y25, which has a 24.5-inch Full HD resolution and a 240Hz refresh rate, for R$2,429.99.

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The Legion Y25 monitor boasts a high refresh rate

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There were also high quality keyboards, mice and headsets. Agon carries the AGK700 mechanical keyboard for R$599 and the AGM700 gaming mouse for R$149.

Logitech introduced new wireless mice in the G502 line, with an emphasis on the G502 X Plus, at R$999.90, in addition to the new line of mechanical keyboards G713, whose wireless version costs R$1,399.90, and headphones, R$1,699.90, the G735. Occupies the upper part of the line.

Lenovo, on the other hand, has the Legion K500 keyboard for R$449.99 and the Legion M500 mouse for R$386.99.

HyperX also has options for those who want a quality setup. Highlight for the Alloy Origins mechanical keyboard, sold for R$549.90, the Pulsefire Dart mouse, R$619.90, the QuadCast S microphone, R999.90 in the black version and R$1099.90 in the white version, and the Cloud II Wireless headset. for R$ 999.90.

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