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The next Forza game is done using an SSD

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The price of solid-state memory is absolutely falling now. And that is double for PC gamers, because new titles need the performance boost on SSDs. Microsoft has released the recommended specs for Forza Motorsport (2023), and the ground tier demands a SSD with 130 gigabytes of space to run the game at any time.

This is the second high-profile PC game to require an SSD. Following Starfield, will soon be released in the same way that Microsoft has mentioned that. Forza requires an GTX 1060 or a RX 5500 XT graphics card on the lowest settings, which is very good for driving. You will need an RTX 4080/RX 7900 XT and a relatively new CPU to maintain the ultra settings level, by using a technology like DLSS 2 or FSR 2.2 upscaling.


You might wonder why any game needs extra-fast storage, as opposed to a high-end GPU and a fast RAM. After all, you may even ever deal with the longer load times. Unfortunately, not anymore. The demand for GBs in games like Windows, which allow the fast communication between the CPU and NVMe SSDs is barefooted by Microsofts DirectStorage. The same technology is among the latest Xbox Series X, whereforza Motorsport 2023 will also be an important release. It’s worth noting that, even without DirectStorage requirements, multiplayer games like racers might just want to have fast loading to keep online games flowing smoothly.

As it turns out, if you don’t want to get an expensive upgrade, we might be tempted to get that long-overdue upgrade. Heres a 1TB Gen 4 drive for less than fifty bucks. And you’ve got plenty of time to install that before Forza Motorsport (or even Starfield) arrives on your system.

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