Microsoft is giving away a jet-engine PC that won’t play Flight Simulator at max – The Verge2 min read

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If I were the Microsoft marketing executive pitching an unbelievable free gift of an extraordinary custom-made Flight Simulator PC (by means of PC Player), I would do 2 things:
1) I would most likely make it appear like a full jet engine, not half an exposed jet engine, to avoid advising individuals how aircrafts can rarely (but terrifyingly) stop working:

2) I would make certain it has the best parts on the market, both for wow element and so my unique Flight Simulator PC can hopefully play the infamously demanding game at max settings at some point.
Strangely, this PC will come with an Nvidia GeForce RTX 3070 (not a 3080 or 3090!), as well as a Core i7-11700K rather than Intels brand-new flagship Core i9-11900K. We just recently tested that Core i9 with an RTX 3090, and it still wasnt enough to strike 60fps in Flight Simulator at max settings, though I think of the Core i7 wont be away our results with its really similar specs.

Does this PC still have terrific specs? Definitely. Should you question them if youre the lucky winner of this Microsoft France/ Gigabyte Aorus collab? Absolutely not. That RTX 3070 is worth upward of $1,200 all by its lonesome. Im just telling you what I would do.
Oh, and 3) I would definitely make that huge fan go all the method around and spin, so it can work as a legendary, brag-worthy case fan for the entire PC.
Mentioning epic Microsoft giveaway items, do you keep in mind the Xbox Series X fridge? Not only is Microsoft really now putting a genuine Xbox Series X mini-fridge into production, the businesss obviously going to be designing them from scratch. Thats according to Xbox marketing head Aaron Greenberg, who dropped the tidbit in a Clubhouse room the other day evening where my colleague Taylor Lyles was listening.

We recently tested that Core i9 with an RTX 3090, and it still wasnt enough to hit 60fps in Flight Simulator at max settings, though I envision the Core i7 wont be far off our outcomes with its really comparable specs.

Does this PC still have great specifications? Speaking of epic Microsoft free gift products, do you remember the Xbox Series X refrigerator?

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