Can A $100 PC Play Apex Legends?



Welcome to my latest video where I put my $100 gaming pc up against the very popular Apex Legends. I hope you guys enjoy!

Original $100 Gaming PC Video:

Prebuilts to upgrade(Ebay):

Budget GPUs:
HD 7870s:
GTX 760s:

EVGA Midweek Madness:

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~Personal Rig Specs(Amazon Links)~
Ryzen 7 1700:
Asrock AB350 ITX:
Galax HOF DDR4 3200mhz:
Zotac GTX 1070 ti Mini:
Corsair SF450:

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I hope you guys enjoyed the video! Make sure to leave any questions in the comment section down below and I will do my best to answer them.

50 thoughts on “Can A $100 PC Play Apex Legends?

  1. i always wanted to see a comparison video of using 6gb of ram vs 8gb vs 10gb vs 12gb vs 16gb because i really think 10gb to 12gb of ram is the sweat spot and really all most people would need because what most fail to relize when testing stuff is that a lot of people have background things running like say the windows/xbox chat discord or some kinda talk thing running in background then a lot like to run music and play some leave there internet browser open or have steam and epic and origin clients open at same time running in background and all sorts of stuff but good video i just never felt like 6 or 8gb of ram was that great for multitaskin.

  2. When using a budget build for competitive gaming it's always best to lower or shut off shadows. Shadows in games cause a huge performance hit. Also any type of effects. Settings I like to use is High models textures, view distance when available, and 16 or 8 Anisotropic filtering

  3. Be careful with used parts and Apex Legends, they are hardware banning PC players caught cheating. I'm not a 100% sure if you have used parts in your PC that was banned prior to putting them in a new system if it will ban you again or not. It might a video worth covering though on it's own.

  4. You need a bare minimum of 4GB for a graphics card to use high quality settings for games in 2019. Older 4GB cards can be purchased on the used market and they have 400-650 watt power requirements

  5. Did you run into any compatibility issues with these OEM Mobo's and GPUs? I bought a few Lenovo ThinkCentre's with an IS6XM Rev 1.0 Motherboard/I5 2400 and it will not boot up with any of the newer AMD Cards (R9/R7 360 or RX 560).

  6. Installed an MSI Gaming x RX 570 4gb and it posted perfectly, but when I install drivers I get error code 43 on device manager and when I launch Radeon settings it says "no AMD graphics driver is found". When I open GPU-Z it shows that it's an RX 570. I've reinstalled drivers (with and without DDU) and I reinstalled Windows once. How can I fix the problem?
    Specs: Ryzen 3 1300x, GeIL Evo Spear 2x4gb DDR4-2400, MSI B350m Bazooka, EVGA 600 W1, Cooler Master Q300L.

  7. Good video and nice computer for the price BUT 6gb of ram is running very lean/ I had x58 with 6gb of ram in triple channel (3x2gb) and I remember BF4 multiplayer had a lot of stutter, when I upgraded to 12gb then BF4 multiplayer had a much smoother frame rate.

  8. Good luck, it ran like crap on a g4560 and GTX770 2GB @ 1080p LOW. Are you sure you don't have adaptive resolution on? Adaptive resolution will drop the rendered resolution to maintain a playable FPS. That looks pretty bad for 1080p

  9. Hey Matt, been watching since 2016 man. I have a i7 2600 with 16gb 1333mhz ddr3. I just bought a rx 570 8gb for $89 on eBay, and I was wondering if my cpu will bottleneck and if so how bad? I usually play games such as this, fortnite, Minecraft, call of duty, ect

  10. you should change the intro from " whats going on guys my name is matt " into " whats going on guys its matt here "
    kinda better dont u think ??

  11. yo why do people think you have to spend 1000 or 2000 on a gaming pc lol i spend 250$ on my g4560 gtx 1050 2gb build also i did a few upgrades to make it 500$ i did ssd upgrade another 4 gb ram stick and then i upgraded my gpu from a 1050 to a gtx evga 1060 6gb card i got when i saw it to 300$ instead of 500 or 1000 i seen some go for that much . so with the two ssd i got to make it a ssd build only was about 500$ .but i am going to upgrade the cpu do not worry my build is from 2017 early 2017 games today dmc v had problems and apex legends it bad fps .i am upgrading to a i3 8100 but my friend keep say to upgrade to a i5 i do not know what should i upgrade to i5 or i3 8100 ? both cpus better upgrades for my pc . i also have to upgrade my motherboard if i upgrade my cpu . so i need help in the cpu upgrade gpu fine psu fine everything else is fine beside cpu g4560 cannot play games in 2019 . forget ff15 damn i get low 30s on high and low for some reason .

  12. I would love to see what the cheapest build you could put together for 1080 gaming would look like. I am currently working on something similar for my step-son.

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