PC that ran the Cyberpunk 2077 demo at E3 2019 costs almost R$ 30,000
There is not yet, on the part of the CD Project RED, the minimum and not recommended requirements of cyberpunk 2077, in its version for the PCs. However, the demo presented in this E3 2019 ran on an updated machine, compared to what we saw last year.
With one Titan RTX replacing the GTX 1080, the game’s graphics capabilities have been raised to the heights. That’s why the Vandal website asked the team at the event what were the specifications of the PC that ran the demo during the E3. the machine, in fact, even counted as the only major change, the graphics card.
What is impressive is the final price of this computer. Such as Titan RTX is much more expensive than the previous board, it ends up costing, alone, more than all the other components put together. So, calculating component by component, the site came to the conclusion that the PC that ran the demo on E3 it costs 3,851.74 euros, which gives about R$16,800, in today’s conversion.
In reais, the values are even higher. With one Titan RTX costing more than R$20,000, the computer in question costs nearly R$30,000. we use the Amazon as a reference, to calculate the price of all components, published by CD Project RED.
It’s almost 30,000!
But of course, through search, import, or any other means that gamers from SQUARE are already used to it, the final price can decrease, and a lot. However, in the Amazon, our reference, the following prices of the machine that ran cyberpunk 2077, according to the published specifications, are:
- Processor: Intel i7-8700K @ 3.70 GHz – R$2,399
- Motherboard: Asus ROG Strix Z370-I Gaming – R$2,117.64
- RAM: G.Skill Ripjaws V, 16 GB x 2 (3000MHz) – R$ 579
- Graphics Card: Titan RTX – R$22,550.00
- Disk: Samsung 960 Pro 512 GB M.2 PCIe –
- Power supply: SF600 600W –
- Total: BRL 29,215.14