Product on Review: Crystal RTX 2070 (Ryzen 2600)
Street Price: £1,249.99
Stormforce are a system integrator located in the North of England, producing machines for all budgets and use-cases, ranging from office PCs for light use all the way to the bleeding edge gaming machines with multiple graphics cards. Whatever it is you’re after, Stormforce can accommodate you. Today we look at a mid-range machine which slides in just under the £1250 barrier.
Sporting an AMD Ryzen 2600 processor, rocking 6 cores and 12 threads at up to 3.9GHz, paired with an NVIDIA GeForce RTX 2070 from ASUS Republic of Gamers. Helping to bolster performance further is an AMD B450 chipset motherboard equipped with 16GB of DDR4 from HyperX, clocking in at 2666MHz.
Storage totals 1.25TB with 250GB of that arriving as SSD storage for fast access; both provided by Western Digital. Ensuring everything looks sleek and stylish, Stormforce have opted for the Cooler Master MasterBox 5 Lite with RGB enabled front and rear fans and a transparent case side to show off your rig.
Thanks to a Ryzen processor, RTX graphics card and SSD storage, the Stormforce Crystal RTX 2070 (Ryzen 2600) promises solid performance but lets throw some tests at it and see how it copes.
Stormforce on the Crystal RTX 2070 (Ryzen 2600):
Introducing the “Crystal Ryzen 5 2600 RTX 2070” based on the very latest cutting edge AMD Zen architecture. Equipped with an AMD Ryzen 5 2600 running up to a lightning 3.90GHz, offering powerful hexa core performance combined with the mighty AMD B450 chipset. A huge 16GB of DDR4 RAM runs at a swift 2400MHZ, delivering blindingly quick multitasking performance.