PCSpecialist Quartz Spark Review

Gaming - Average FPS

PCSpecialist Quartz Spark Review

Gaming

Finally, we can hear you all saying. This graph is the whole point of the Quartz Spark as a system. It is worth noting that, for consistency reasons, we're running these titles with everything turned on. If it supports Ray Tracing we've got it turned on, DLSS likewise. Thus even though the results are across a broad spectrum of games, just turning off Ray Tracing is enough to get you well north of 60 FPS in everything at 1080. Not bad for a system costing just under £900. Anything that can give you 70 FPS in Horizon Zero Dawn, one of the prettiest games around, has to be alright by us.

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