NZXT Announces the Foundation, an $800 Gaming PC without a Graphics Card

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NZXT has announced a new prebuilt gaming PC called the Foundation. Available in two models (H1 and H510), the Foundation is amusing in that it doesn’t come with a graphics card—instead, it relies on the integrated graphics of an AMD Ryzen 5 5600G processor to deliver what NZXT believes is a proper gaming experience. Users can expect performance of up to 185 FPS in popular titles such as League of Legends at the medium/1080p setting.

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From NZXT’s press release:

The Foundation PC is capable of playing most modern titles like Fortnite, Minecraft, and Rocket League. Users who love those games won’t have to miss out on gaming with friends, hanging in Discord, or playing what’s popular. The benefits of PC gaming are at your fingertips without the hassle of trying to find a GPU.

Unlike a Steam Deck or a gaming console, the Foundation PC is ready for each and every part to be upgraded at any time. Whenever you’re ready to upgrade your RAM, add more storage, or even add a discrete GPU. The ability to enhance your system as you go along your PC gaming journey is what sets the Foundation PC apart from other gaming devices with integrated GPUs. Save on costs today, get to gaming, and upgrade whenever.

The H1 edition won’t be sold in the United States, but the Foundation H510 is available for purchase on the official NZXT shop for $799.99. Matte white and matte black color options are available.

Source: NZXT

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