Dell OptiPlex 3060 Micro Form Factor Review
Latest pricing, specs and Dell gaming PC review. Updated September 2021. How many PC games will it run? Is it a good choice for a PC gamer? Should you buy this Dell computer?
For a PC gamer, the most important component in the system is the graphics card. This is the supermodel part that will make or break the setup and is responsible for making all your games look awesome. The more powerful the graphics card the higher, smoother frame rates you will get, the higher resolution you can run at, and the better your games will look. For graphics, this Dell computer has a Intel HD 630. We rate this Intel GPU as powerful enough to run 188 games at a recommended level.
Next on the list has to be the CPU. The processor at the heart of your gaming desktop is the brains of the outfit, and is vital for making sure that you can get the most out of your graphics card when it comes to gaming performance. The number of cores isn’t vital for games, beyond four cores you get diminishing returns, but you want to make sure what you do have run at a high frequency. The Dell OptiPlex 3060 Micro Form Factor has a Intel Core i5-8500T capable of running at 2.1 GHz. That level of power from an Intel chip means it is rated to run 825 of the most popular 1000 PC games at a recommended level.
The level of RAM in a gaming desktop is also important. More system memory allows your PC to churn through large amounts of data quickly, and for today’s massive open gameworlds it’s vital to have that information accessed quickly to speed up game loads. Having too little RAM can mean laggy frames and a poor experience.
This rig comes with 16GB of system RAM. Better than most dedicated gaming PC setups, according to the Steam Hardware Survey, and will be perfect if you’re aiming to do more with your desktop, such as streaming.
Unfortunately, this pre-built gaming PC won't run games like GTA V, PUBG, Red Dead Redemption 2, Apex Legends, Minecraft and Fortnite at a recommended level.
Coming in at $549.99 this rig falls into our budget category of gaming PCs under $750. The setup can run 201 of our target games at recommended level.
Dell OptiPlex 3060 Micro Form Factor
PCGameBenchmark Rating: 20%
Dell OptiPlex 3060 Micro Form Factor Specs
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Dell OptiPlex 3060 Micro Form Factor PC Gaming Performance
This computer will run 201 of the top PC games. Use PCGameBenchmark's Rate My PC service to test your current set up and set how it compares.Which games can it run?
Can It Run GTA 5?
This Dell gaming pc doesn't meet the recommended system requirements for GTA 5 but it can play the game with lowered settings.
Can It Run Apex Legends?
This Dell gaming pc doesn't meet the recommended system requirements for Apex Legends but it can play the game with lowered settings.
Can It Run Fortnite?
This Dell gaming pc doesn't meet the recommended system requirements for Fortnite but it can play the game with lowered settings.
Dell OptiPlex 3060 Micro Form Factor Features
- Intel Core i5-8500T 64-bit Six-Core Processor, Base 2.1 Ghz up to 3.5 Ghz, 9MB SmartCache
- 16GB DDR4 Memory, High quality Intel PCIe Nvme 512GB SSD
- Micro form factor, Wired Black Keyboard and Mouse included. Universal audio jack
- 4x USB 3.0, 2x USB 2.0, 1x Display port, 1x HDMI, Gigabit Ethernet, 802.11ac Wireless LAN, Bluetooth 4.1
- Windows 10 Professional (64-bit), Intel HD Graphics 630, No DVD/No Optical drive
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