Unity/Unreal Engine Workstation
Unity and Unreal Engine have a pretty unique set of hardware requirements, due to the neat nature of the workflow. A high-speed CPU is mandatory (threads come into account for light baking), and the general workflow is fairly memory intensive. While Unity doesn’t use the video card much (viewport FPS and developing high-quality content on multiple displays), we recommend a fairly high-end modern video card.
This Unity/Unreal Engine Workstation is configured with 32GB of RAM and supports up to 64GB, making it suitable for working with high-res images. If you work with even larger images, please let us know in advance.
What You Need To Know
i9-9900K (8 core/16 thread, max 5.0 GHz single-core speed)
RTX 2070 8GB (high reliability and performance in viewport)
32GB memory (max of 64GB on this motherboard, some Z390 support 128GB)
500GB NVME/1TB NVME/2TB HDD triple-drive setup (OS/program/cache, work, archival)
High-airflow case, robust 650W Gold power supply, extra case fans for proper airflow
Overall System Performance
This Unity/Unreal Engine Workstation performs well in applications optimized for highly multithreaded CPUs, with decent GPU rendering capabilities.
Designing the right system for the current scenario is a core element of our mantra at Top Flight Computers.
If you don't get the right parts, it doesn't matter how much you spend on your computer...you'll be stuck with expensive hardware that doesn't work well with your situation.
This Unity/Unreal Engine Workstation is $3250 as currently designed. Workstations as low as $1500 are available.
This system is available with extended warranties.