November 4, 2015 By Brandon Leave a Comment We take a look at two Gaming PC builds from $400 to $600 that allow you to play Bethesda’s latest masterpiece, Fallout 4. Unlike EA in our Star Wars Battlefront Build, Bethesda seems reasonable in both their minimum and maximum specifications for Fallout 4.
As I did 4 builds for the Battlefront Build, I thought I’d switch it up by adding AMD options to this post as well as a high-end 1440p build below.
See the post for benchmarks that show the in-game performance differences between the 370 and the 380. It's been shown as of late that the i3 is more than capable of running mid-range cards without being a bottleneck.
WD Caviar Blue 1TBFor $16 more than the Western Digital Caviar Blue 1 TB drive the HGST Deskstar 2TB drive is more than tempting for either build here. Our $550 to $600 build uses the all new Skylake i3-6100 which can be found at online retailers for as low as $115.


While an i5 is probably enough in 1440p, the i7-6700k gives you a bit more flexibility with games as well as multitasking and rendering. StorageHGST Deskstar 2TBFor reliability and capacity, it doesn't get better than this hard drive right now. Storage 2Samsung 850 EVO 250GBA solid state drive is a necessity for your OS and most important programs.
If you would like to make an offer, click Enquire Here and follow the prompts on the displayed page to submit a bid or Buy It Now. If your offer is accepted by both parties or you have completed the Buy It Now process, you will receive a notification advising you of the next steps. Without a doubt, I’ll be playing Fallout 4 alongside many other Bethesda fans in a couple of weeks. See the Star Wars Mid-Range Builds if you want a more mid-range alternative to what you see here.


It's certainly not the endgame for power supplies; however, it doesn't cost half of your budget either.
Above I’ve listed two PC builds between $400 and $600 that fulfill more than just the basic requirements for the game. All of them are competitively priced and provide strong performance for the money you spend for 1080p and 1440p resolution gaming. It’s a good and cheap 4-core processor with a lot of overclocking headroom for just $69. This should make a mixture of high and ultra settings easy to do on the PC and put your visual experience well beyond what you’d get on a console.



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