Build a complete 4K PC
In under two years, the price of 4K-capable kit has crumbled. Not only has the price of a 4K monitor plummeted from three grand to well under £500, but even the required graphics equipment no longer costs thousands of pounds. In fact, thanks to Nvidia’s Maxwell architecture, £562 will buy you the whole graphics subsystem, and it won’t eat your PSU for lunch either.
Thanks to all these plunging prices, with the right component choices you can now build an all-singing, alldancing, 4K gaming PC for well under £2,000, and the price even includes the monitor, SLI graphics and Windows 8.1. In this issue, we’ll show you exactly what you need, how to put it together, and how to fine-tune and overclock your new PC for the best performance.