Hi Guys I am about to acquire a new PC tower, which I intend to use only for simulation software. The main purpose is to "research" the likes of iRacing, BeamNG, rFactor2, GPBikes and a clutch of other serious PC/Steam exclusive motor-racing simulations/projects, but also TS2020 and TSW (on PC), and perhaps Derail and the upcoming Tran-Siberian Railway Simulation (the one where most of the time you hunt wolves and drink very alcoholic clear liquids, and then wander around a blizzard with a chainsaw cutting down trees....). I intend to rig the PC graphics card outputs to a 55" 4k TV via HDMI, a smaller monitor (HDMI or RGB) for viewing keyboard inputs, and a PS4 PlayStation VR decoder (which I reckon I can hack to run on a PC's HDMI out). I have found a Windows 10 PC, for just under £900, with following specs: AMD Ryzen 7 2700X Eight Core 4.3GHz Turbo CPU 16GB 2400MHz DDR4 RAM / 480GB SSD + 1TB Hard Drive Radeon RX 5700 XT 8GB HDMI Graphics Card / HDMI 4K, USB 3.0, WiFi I believe the GPU will be an ASUS brand, and will have x3 HDMI out. I was very surprised to see this spec, at this price, and I think I would normally expect to pay £1200 for it, so I am going to snap it up.... But before I do.... I thought I'd ask for your opinions The spec seems to easily clear the recommended specification for TS2020 (as published on Steam), although I am unclear if the RAM, at a potentially sluggish 2400MHz will be a bottleneck. Questions: - Will this PC run TS2020 and TSW, with any performance advantage over the published Steam spec? - Is there anything about the spec that makes you think "ouch", bearing in mind the £900 cost? - Is there any clear advatage, with TS2020 and TSW, in getting a completely different CPU chipset and better RAM, and stumping up another £200 to £300 quid? Also - I am a sofa sitter, so I am assuming that when Steam says that TS2020 can be played with an XBox controller, does that actually mean that it can be played on the PC with an XBox controller? The idea of using a keyboard for TS2020 and TSW makes me feel slightly ill, even a backlit keyboard, because, oh, I dunno, I probably have no short-term memory... or I really can't be bothered to learn key combinations.... Any and all views appreciated - especially if you think that this set up is crazy-stupid.