I know what you might be thinking. Knowing the frame rate that can be achieved on the PC you are interested in can clear a lot of confusion and doubt you have about that PC.
But how can one determine the FPS you ask? Well, although this may seem impossible, let me tell you it can be done.
With proper knowledge about PC hardware, you can determine the FPS a PC can give at a certain price range.
I know what you are wondering. Don’t worry you need any knowledge on this matter because that is what I am here for. In this article, I am going to tell you how much FPS you can achieve on a gaming PC at the $1500 price range.
This article will not only present you with dry figures but rather I will test a PC that is priced around $1500 and evaluate the FPS results achieved on that PC to give a definite answer.
How Much FPS Can You Expect on a $1500 PC?
There isn’t a simple one-line answer to this question. The framerate you will get varies from game to game and also heavily depends on the PC that is being used to play the game.
This is because at the $1500 price range you open up a lot of possibilities for PCs and all the PCs that are available at this price differ from one another in terms of their specs, features, and whatnot.
Therefore, the frame rate that you will get on one PC will not be the same on the other. So, how does one get an accurate finding on the frame rate? Well, you do this by considering the FPS of only the best prebuilt gaming PC under 1500 dollars.
By doing this we are assuming that a customer will only aim for the best gaming PC that is currently available in the market.
On that topic, the current market leader for the $1500 price range is the CyberPowerPC gamer supreme. This PC has all the best specifications for the price and features a Ryzen 3800x processor and an Nvidia RTX 3060 graphics card along with 16GB RAM and a 512GB NVME SSD. These are pretty much the best specifications you can expect at the $1500 price tag.
That being said, in order to find out the frame rate we are going to run this PC through extensive in-game tests. So let’s get straight onto the testing.
FPS Achieved During Testing CyberPowerPC Gamer Supreme on Various Games
During the testing of the PC, I was able to achieve the following average frame rate on multiplayer and single-player games:
|Game||Average FPS||Graphics Settings & Resolution|
|Red Dead Redemption 2||60 FPS||Ultra settings at 1440p|
|Assassin’s Creed Valhalla||50 FPS||Ultra settings at 1440p|
|GTA V||70 FPS||Ultra settings at 1440p|
|Forza Horizon 5||90 FPS||Ultra settings at 1440p|
|Call of Duty: Warzone||85 FPS||Ultra settings at 1440p|
|Fortnite||105 FPS||Ultra settings at 1440p|
|CS: GO||210 FPS||Ultra settings at 1440p|
60 FPS in Red Dead Redemption 2, 50 FPS in Assassin’s Creed Valhalla, 70 FPS in GTA V, 90 FPS in Forza Horizon 5, 85 FPS in CoD Warzone, 105 FPS in Fortnite, and 210 FPS in CSGO. All these games were tested on 1440p resolution at the ultra graphic preset.
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It can be decisively concluded that a gaming PC at the $1500 price range can comfortably deliver over 60 FPS at 1440p in most games. Of course, there will be exceptions to this but generally speaking, this is the framerate that you can expect to play games on a gaming PC at the $1500 price range.
Before I close the article, do let me know in the comment section down below which games you play and the FPS you are getting on those games so that we all can have a broader perspective on the matter.