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Need some help guys...

Fikface

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So i bought a new computer last year its a

CyberpowerPC Gaming Desktop Gamer Master 2382 Ryzen 3 2nd Gen 2300X (3.50 GHz) 8 GB DDR4 1 TB HDD AMD Radeon R7 240 Windows 10 Home 64-bit​

Its beautiful, supposed to be a great gaming computer but when I first downloaded warzone the graphics were terrible and i know there are things i have to change but i am not the most tech savvy guy with all the frame rates and this and that... im just hoping someone could lend me a hand running threw the graphics setup on the game so im not lagging my ass off and not having fun...

I know its asking a lot... but to be honest with you i dont even know what some of that stuff in the computers name means... like im not retarded when it comes to computers... i just would like someone who knows what they are actually dfoing to lend me a hand here...

Thanks if anyone can help.

amd i also have an AOC 24 inch 4K gaming screen
 

KeyboardDemon

PC Gamer: Nearly Dangerous
Hi @Fikface, welcome to CoDForums.

Do you know what resolution you're running your system at, I know you have a 4k monitor, which is a great monitor, I just don't think that your CPU and GPU combination are a good match for gaming at 4k.

Try lowering the resolution to 1920*1080 which should help a lot of you are trying to play at 3840*2160.

You could try 2560*1440, though that would look kind of rough on a 4k display as it will not scale well.
 

Carlos

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So i bought a new computer last year its a

CyberpowerPC Gaming Desktop Gamer Master 2382 Ryzen 3 2nd Gen 2300X (3.50 GHz) 8 GB DDR4 1 TB HDD AMD Radeon R7 240 Windows 10 Home 64-bit​

Its beautiful, supposed to be a great gaming computer but when I first downloaded warzone the graphics were terrible and i know there are things i have to change but i am not the most tech savvy guy with all the frame rates and this and that... im just hoping someone could lend me a hand running threw the graphics setup on the game so im not lagging my ass off and not having fun...

I know its asking a lot... but to be honest with you i dont even know what some of that stuff in the computers name means... like im not retarded when it comes to computers... i just would like someone who knows what they are actually dfoing to lend me a hand here...

Thanks if anyone can help.

amd i also have an AOC 24 inch 4K gaming screen
I was looking at best buy at that exact PC yesterday, because my area was struck with lightning/thunder storm(s)... so we had to replace the goddamn PC.

Question: How is the PC? Is it consistent in quality?
 

KeyboardDemon

PC Gamer: Nearly Dangerous
I was looking at best buy at that exact PC yesterday, because my area was struck with lightning/thunder storm(s)... so we had to replace the goddamn PC.

Question: How is the PC? Is it consistent in quality?
Is this a PC that is currently being sold right now?

That GPU, the R7 240 launched in 2013, when I read the OPs post, I thought he had bought it used, like a Facebook marketplace or eBay computer, I would not advise someone to be buying that now, and if the OP bought it new, then I am sorry you were duped like that.

This is what TechPowerUp say about the R7 240.

The GPU was launched as a DX12 card, but only had limited support for DX12 features, it was actually more like DX 11.1.

The CPU is a great budget CPU, which should handle at more basic settings, so medium to low and 1080p mostly, with the right GPU it might do well at 2560x1440, but I have to say, I don't think that the R7 240 is the right GPU to pair with that processor.

Now, it breaks my heart when I see a company like CyberpowerPC offering the 'latest' Gaming Desktop Gamer Master PC and then building it with 7-year old parts, I thought CyberpowerPC had a good reputation, this is the sort of reason why PC enthusiasts such as myself distrust system integrators like CyberpowerPC.

@Fikface take a look at this video to bring yourself up to speed on what's what inside a gaming PC.

 

Carlos

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Is this a PC that is currently being sold right now?

That GPU, the R7 240 launched in 2013, when I read the OPs post, I thought he had bought it used, like a Facebook marketplace or eBay computer, I would not advise someone to be buying that now, and if the OP bought it new, then I am sorry you were duped like that.

This is what TechPowerUp say about the R7 240.

The GPU was launched as a DX12 card, but only had limited support for DX12 features, it was actually more like DX 11.1.

The CPU is a great budget CPU, which should handle at more basic settings, so medium to low and 1080p mostly, with the right GPU it might do well at 2560x1440, but I have to say, I don't think that the R7 240 is the right GPU to pair with that processor.

Now, it breaks my heart when I see a company like CyberpowerPC offering the 'latest' Gaming Desktop Gamer Master PC and then building it with 7-year old parts, I thought CyberpowerPC had a good reputation, this is the sort of reason why PC enthusiasts such as myself distrust system integrators like CyberpowerPC.

@Fikface take a look at this video to bring yourself up to speed on what's what inside a gaming PC.

I had no idea. A lot of PC youtube channels are recommending it, and similar rigs. We just had a storm come through, and blew up some, if not all devices including my old computer.
 

KeyboardDemon

PC Gamer: Nearly Dangerous
I had no idea. A lot of PC youtube channels are recommending it, and similar rigs. We just had a storm come through, and blew up some, if not all devices including my old computer.
I knew it was an old GPU because I am familiar with the last 3 generations of the AMD graphics cards, I just didn't check out how old it really was until you posted to say you were thinking about the same PC.

Honestly speaking, taking a PC of those specs and calling it a Gaming PC is like taking the most basic Toyota Yaris then fitting a racing harness, painting some stripes, adding decals, and then calling it a race car.
 

Fikface

Recruit
I had no idea. A lot of PC youtube channels are recommending it, and similar rigs. We just had a storm come through, and blew up some, if not all devices including my old computer.
I have had no problems with it and it has run smoothly since i got it Christmas 2019 brand new. Every game once you figure the resolution and specs has really great graphics. Just trying to get them figured for this game
 

Carlos

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I have had no problems with it and it has run smoothly since i got it Christmas 2019 brand new. Every game once you figure the resolution and specs has really great graphics. Just trying to get them figured for this game
Maybe its because of one of your specs...

Minimum Requirements​

Operating System
Windows® 7 64-bit (SP1) or Windows® 10 64-bit (v.1803 or higher)
Processor
Intel® Core™ i3-4340 or AMD FX-6300
Video
NVIDIA® GeForce® GTX 670 / NVIDIA® GeForce® GTX 1650 or AMD Radeon™ HD 7950 - DirectX 12.0 compatible system
Memory
8 GB RAM
Storage
MP Only 50GB, 175GB for all game modes
Internet
Broadband Internet connection

Recommended Specifications​

Operating System
Windows® 10 64-bit (latest update)
Processor
Intel® Core™ i5-2500K or AMD Ryzen™ R5 1600X Processor
Video
NVIDIA® GeForce® GTX 970 / NVIDIA® GeForce® GTX 1660 Super or AMD Radeon™ R9 390 / AMD Radeon™ RX 580 - DirectX 12.0 compatible system
Memory
12 GB RAM
Storage
175 GB available hard drive space
Internet
Broadband Internet connection
 

KeyboardDemon

PC Gamer: Nearly Dangerous
I have had no problems with it and it has run smoothly since i got it Christmas 2019 brand new. Every game once you figure the resolution and specs has really great graphics. Just trying to get them figured for this game
I guess it all has to do with your expectations, you came from gaming on a console and moved to PC but having to reduce settings means you could be getting a better experience playing those games on a console. Maybe that says more about me than it does you, but I wouldn't be able to accept that myself.

The minimum requirements for a graphics card on Black Ops are:

NVIDIA® GeForce® GTX 670 / NVIDIA® GeForce® GTX 1650 or AMD Radeon™ HD 7950 - DirectX 12.0 compatible system

The R7 240 barely meets the most basic DX 12 requirements, it does have 2GB GDDR like the GTX 670, but the feature set in the GTX 670 will support DX 12 more fully than the R7 240 does.

But if you watch the CyberpowerPC review video you will see that you have an overclocking CPU that has been put in a motherboard that doesn't support that feature, so my problem with that PC is that the makers have crippled performance with every single component they have picked.

Just because some games play on it after nerfing the settings, doesn't mean all will and this game is the evidence that shows that.
 

KeyboardDemon

PC Gamer: Nearly Dangerous
@Carlos I have just been through those videos.

Video 1 covers best home PCs and includes a Mac Mini and an iMac, I wouldn't recommend a Mac as a gaming PC and you won't find any Mac specs listed in most games as most games don't support Mac OS:
  • Dell XPS 8940
  • Dell G5 Gaming Desktop
  • HP Omen Obelisk
  • Alienware Aurora
  • Lenovo Ideacentre
  • Dell XPS 8930 Desktop
  • Mac Mini 2020
  • Apple iMac
Video 2 covers desktop PCs so not specifically gaming models, hence the inclusion of an iMac:
  • Acer TC-885-UA92
  • Dell G5
  • HP Omen Obelisk
  • Apple iMac
  • Dell XPS 8930
Video 3 covers Best 5 Gaming PCs:
  • SkyTech Blaze II
  • Zotac Mek Mini
  • HP Omen Obelisk
  • Alienware Area 51 Threadripper Edition
  • CORSAIR ONE i160

Video 4 also covers gaming PCs:
  • Lyte Tech Horizon
  • MSI Aegis RS
  • VRLA Auroa
  • Lyte Custom Tab PC
  • NZXT Starter PC
None of the videos include the CyberpowerPC Gaming Desktop Gamer Master 2382 in them, and as far as I can tell, only the 4th video shows the actual featured computers being run in the hands of the reviewers, or more accurately, they show B-roll of the computers in their studio/room.

The second and third videos are not so much reviews, they are more like opinions on what's on the spec sheets for the computers, so these are videos that are helpful for creating your shortlist but I would do further research on each PC you like from these.

The first video does appear to show some of the PCs in a studio setting, but I didn't see the actual reviewer standing in front of a PC or interacting with it, which triggers alarm bells for me. How can someone review a product and not show the actual review sample they reviewed.

What I was hoping for was videos that would demonstrate how the CyberpowerPC Gaming Desktop Gamer Master 2382 is a much better gaming PC than I had given it credit for, I am open to consider it to be a better buy than I thought, but I would like to see it in the hands of a competent reviewer before I can accept that.
 

Fikface

Recruit
@Carlos I have just been through those videos.

Video 1 covers best home PCs and includes a Mac Mini and an iMac, I wouldn't recommend a Mac as a gaming PC and you won't find any Mac specs listed in most games as most games don't support Mac OS:
  • Dell XPS 8940
  • Dell G5 Gaming Desktop
  • HP Omen Obelisk
  • Alienware Aurora
  • Lenovo Ideacentre
  • Dell XPS 8930 Desktop
  • Mac Mini 2020
  • Apple iMac
Video 2 covers desktop PCs so not specifically gaming models, hence the inclusion of an iMac:
  • Acer TC-885-UA92
  • Dell G5
  • HP Omen Obelisk
  • Apple iMac
  • Dell XPS 8930
Video 3 covers Best 5 Gaming PCs:
  • SkyTech Blaze II
  • Zotac Mek Mini
  • HP Omen Obelisk
  • Alienware Area 51 Threadripper Edition
  • CORSAIR ONE i160

Video 4 also covers gaming PCs:
  • Lyte Tech Horizon
  • MSI Aegis RS
  • VRLA Auroa
  • Lyte Custom Tab PC
  • NZXT Starter PC
None of the videos include the CyberpowerPC Gaming Desktop Gamer Master 2382 in them, and as far as I can tell, only the 4th video shows the actual featured computers being run in the hands of the reviewers, or more accurately, they show B-roll of the computers in their studio/room.

The second and third videos are not so much reviews, they are more like opinions on what's on the spec sheets for the computers, so these are videos that are helpful for creating your shortlist but I would do further research on each PC you like from these.

The first video does appear to show some of the PCs in a studio setting, but I didn't see the actual reviewer standing in front of a PC or interacting with it, which triggers alarm bells for me. How can someone review a product and not show the actual review sample they reviewed.

What I was hoping for was videos that would demonstrate how the CyberpowerPC Gaming Desktop Gamer Master 2382 is a much better gaming PC than I had given it credit for, I am open to consider it to be a better buy than I thought, but I would like to see it in the hands of a competent reviewer before I can accept that.
Thank you for all your help, i didnt buy the computer myself my girlfriend and parents got it for me for xmas 2019 so they didnt know all these things they just talked the to the guy at the store and thats about it.

Hi @Fikface, welcome to CoDForums.

Do you know what resolution you're running your system at, I know you have a 4k monitor, which is a great monitor, I just don't think that your CPU and GPU combination are a good match for gaming at 4k.

Try lowering the resolution to 1920*1080 which should help a lot of you are trying to play at 3840*2160.

You could try 2560*1440, though that would look kind of rough on a 4k display as it will not scale well.
Yeah because in the top right corner when you are in settings it tells you what you can handle and mine is in the red like 300 mb over. thats after i changed the resolution to 1920*1080. im not quite sure what else to change to bring it down

@Carlos I have just been through those videos.

Video 1 covers best home PCs and includes a Mac Mini and an iMac, I wouldn't recommend a Mac as a gaming PC and you won't find any Mac specs listed in most games as most games don't support Mac OS:
  • Dell XPS 8940
  • Dell G5 Gaming Desktop
  • HP Omen Obelisk
  • Alienware Aurora
  • Lenovo Ideacentre
  • Dell XPS 8930 Desktop
  • Mac Mini 2020
  • Apple iMac
Video 2 covers desktop PCs so not specifically gaming models, hence the inclusion of an iMac:
  • Acer TC-885-UA92
  • Dell G5
  • HP Omen Obelisk
  • Apple iMac
  • Dell XPS 8930
Video 3 covers Best 5 Gaming PCs:
  • SkyTech Blaze II
  • Zotac Mek Mini
  • HP Omen Obelisk
  • Alienware Area 51 Threadripper Edition
  • CORSAIR ONE i160

Video 4 also covers gaming PCs:
  • Lyte Tech Horizon
  • MSI Aegis RS
  • VRLA Auroa
  • Lyte Custom Tab PC
  • NZXT Starter PC
None of the videos include the CyberpowerPC Gaming Desktop Gamer Master 2382 in them, and as far as I can tell, only the 4th video shows the actual featured computers being run in the hands of the reviewers, or more accurately, they show B-roll of the computers in their studio/room.

The second and third videos are not so much reviews, they are more like opinions on what's on the spec sheets for the computers, so these are videos that are helpful for creating your shortlist but I would do further research on each PC you like from these.

The first video does appear to show some of the PCs in a studio setting, but I didn't see the actual reviewer standing in front of a PC or interacting with it, which triggers alarm bells for me. How can someone review a product and not show the actual review sample they reviewed.

What I was hoping for was videos that would demonstrate how the CyberpowerPC Gaming Desktop Gamer Master 2382 is a much better gaming PC than I had given it credit for, I am open to consider it to be a better buy than I thought, but I would like to see it in the hands of a competent reviewer before I can accept that.
So i dont know how to build compuiters but if there was something i could buy and change would that help?
 

KeyboardDemon

PC Gamer: Nearly Dangerous
The main thing you can change is the graphics card but to do that you would need to upgrade the power supply.

Another thing you could do is remove your RAM and add a dual channel kit which would improve the overall speed.

The RAM option would be cheaper but the graphics card and PSU would give you the biggest performance improvement, doing both would ensure you squeeze as much performance out of your PC as is possible.
 
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