I don’t know Which pc i should buy

I want to buy a Desktop Computer but i don’t know Which one i should buy.
I need a good pc that can run Fortnite and other games with a high FPS.
I’m not willing to give more than 1000 $

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FPS is well, not the right way to measure.

You also have to tell if this is for 1080p displays or UHD. I do not know of ANY desktop or laptop that is UHD that can game well on UHD 4K for 1K$.

Also, the cost of the high FPS at stock settings for the usual Nvidia 1080 GPU alone runs 450$ and up.
This leaves not enough for the rest of the PC.

Maybe lower settings? Try the usual 1050 Ti as the bare minimum when shopping.

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Thank you for the help

Then what wouls you recommend?
Is this a good pc?
MSI Codex 3 8RB-200EU

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Seems to be the usual 1050 Ti gamer.

Nvidia GeForce GTX 1050 Ti, 4GB
Intel® Core ™ i5-8400 processor

Now the only challenge for new PC users is that small drive C. A seasoned Windows user knows to install all they can on the HDD. But I find folk are completely unaware or just don't want to deal with that. For them we try to get them into the 250GB SSDs.

That aside you can now find reviews on the 1050 Ti and Fortnite results such as:

Be aware the the high FPS numbers are either the user playing at 720p or has optimized settings.

Google like this for settings:

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