Want to know how much FPS you can get on a gaming PC at the $1000 price range? Well, getting to know the FPS that you will get on a PC at a certain price range can be quite reassuring before making your purchase, but how do you figure out the FPS that you will get, you ask?
You can leave that work to me as accurately assessing the FPS that a PC can give requires a lot of prior knowledge about PC hardware.
You don’t need that as in this article you will get a definitive answer to this question without needing to fiddle around with the research part.
I am not only going to present you with the dry figures on the frame rate, but we will test a PC at the $1000 price range and then based on its findings evaluate the framerate that can be achieved at this price range. So, let’s dive straight into it, shall we?
How Much FPS Can You Expect on a $1000 PC?
There is not a universal answer to this question because the framerate that you can get on a gaming PC at the $1000 price range varies highly based on a few factors.
Therefore, we cannot pinpoint an exact figure on the frame rate and call it a day because that will lead to a false claim.
The factors that affect frame rate are the following:
- The type of game that you play has a direct influence on the amount of FPS that you will see on the computer screen. This is because games are categorized into two types i.e light games and demanding games. Light games give higher FPS as they are easier to run for the PC while on the contrary demanding games give less FPS as they are significantly harder to run.
- The other factor that affects frame rate is the resolution that you play your games at. The higher the resolution the less the amount of FPS you will receive.
- Lastly, the gaming PC that you have also has a say in the FPS that you will receive. This is because at the $1000 price range there are a lot of different PC options to choose from and each has its own specification and features. Therefore, as a result the frame rate figures also vary from PC to PC.
In order to find the most accurate frame rate figures, we are going to test the CyberPowerPC Gamer Xtreme VR which is considered the best prebuilt gaming PC under $1000.
Frame Rate Achieved During Testing
The frame rate achieved during the testing of CyberPower Gamer Xtreme VR on single-player and multiplayer games was as follows:
|Game||Average FPS||Graphics Settings & Resolution|
|Red Dead Redemption 2||50 FPS||Ultra settings at 1080p|
|Assassin’s Creed Valhalla||60 FPS||Ultra settings at 1080p|
|Battlefield V||65 FPS||Ultra settings at 1080p|
|GTA V||86 FPS||Ultra settings at 1080p|
|Forza Horizon 4||100 FPS||Ultra settings at 1080p|
|Rainbow Six Siege||170 FPS||Ultra settings at 1080p|
|CSGO||220 FPS||Ultra settings at 1080p|
|Valorant||300 FPS||Ultra settings at 1080p|
50 FPS in Red Dead Redemption 2, 60 FPS in Assassin’s Creed Valhalla, 65 FPS in Battlefield V, 86 FPS in GTA 5, 100 FPS in Forza Horizon 4, 170 FPS in Rainbow Six Siege, 220 FPS in CSGO, and 300 FPS in Valorant. All the games were tested on 1080p resolution and the highest graphic preset available.
Bear in mind the aforementioned FPS that we are seeing here are strictly on the CyberPowerPC Gamer Xtreme VR which features top-of-the-line specs for the price.
It is powered by an Intel i5 11400f processor that is paired up with the Nvidia RTX 2060 graphics card. The RAM on offer here is 8GB while the storage space is 500GB in the form of an SSD. These are pretty much the model specifications you can get at the $1000 price range.
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To decisively conclude it is clear from the benchmarks of a gaming PC at the $1000 price range that it will provide you at least an average FPS of 80 in most games.
Of course, there will be outliers that will not follow this FPS count but generally speaking you can expect a gaming PC at the $1000 price range to deliver 80 FPS on average.
Now before I sign off, do let me know in the comment section down below the FPS that you are getting on your PC and while you are there also mention the games that you play.