Novatech recommends these Gaming PCs to play Cyberpunk 2077 based on the developer's provided system requirements.
Reign Vanguard Pro MKII iCUE for Cyberpunk 2077
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Action-adventure games and open world RPGs have one key thing in common, and that’s their environments. Whether you’re creeping through Xen-infested corridors in Half Life: Alyx, hunting down Cyberpsychos in the streets of Cyberpunk 2077’s glorious Night City, or charging head on into a bullet storm in the North African deserts of Battlefield V, these games are truly brought to life by the detailed environments in which they are set.
Of course, to fully appreciate them in all their glory, you need the graphics horsepower of your PC to be on point. With these kinds of titles demanding less from your processor, the focus of a great PC for these games is all on the GPU.
Having a sufficiently powerful graphics card to keep a game playable is one thing. But having a great card capable of delivering a seamless and beautiful gaming experience is another thing entirely.
Besides the bragging rights that come with beefier cards, more powerful GPUs can handle the demands of higher in-game graphics settings, allowing for much more refined visuals. This can be in the form of improved textures, higher draw distances, improved shadows and lighting systems like Ray Tracing, higher antistrophic filtering and other post-processing effects, plus much, much more. You’ll also be able to run titles at higher resolutions too, such as 1440p or 4K, both of which offer fantastic improvements to image quality and sharpness over the more common 1080p resolution.