With so many components on offer, selecting a new simulator PC can seem daunting. This chart will help you by suggesting which PC configuration is right for you.
Please note that this chart offers suggestions only, your individual needs and demands could differ from our recommendations. For each simulator we'll provide several recommendations based on the quality of the experience you'll have when playing the game - Good, Better or Best graphics.
By experience we mean the quality of the graphics and the frame rate that you will experience. A fast frame rate is crucial as it means the on-screen action is smooth and seamless, while a slow frame rate means the on-screen action is jerky and irregular, making accurate driving or flying impossible. Also bear in mind what resolution gaming monitor you intend to use – a higher resolution monitor makes simulators look sharper and clearer – but requires a more powerful graphics card.
Flight Simulators are some of the most CPU intensive applications available, requiring a very powerful processor to perform the complex physics calculations that elevate a true flight simulator above a flying game. Scan 3XS flight simulator PCs have been designed to get you into the air with the minimum of fuss and bother, so you can concentrate on the important job of learning to take-off, manoeuvre and land.
Take to the stars with this range of high performance PCs specially designed for the latest space simulators such as Elite Dangerous and Star Citizen. Scan 3XS space simulator PCs feature high-speed NVIDIA GeForce GTX graphics cards and Intel Core i5 and i7 processors to ensure a smooth frame rate.
Don’t let your PC hold you back from pole position, this range of high performance racing PCs has been specifically designed to help you achieve the best lap ties in the latest driving simulators.
A range of quiet and powerful train simulator PCs for running your favourite simulator such as A-Train, Train Simulator and Trainz at its very best, allowing you to get on with planning your route and exploring your favourite networks.