I get what you're trying to say, but there are a few flaws with your logic.shinrukuszero wrote:Anyone ever realize that the most you'll get out of a good high end ($2500 retail/$1900-2300 DIY price range) computer is about 2 years max before you have to start putting graphics on Mid? I currently have a pretty sick Gaming laptop myself, but im not gonna depend on it to keep kicking out PS4 quality games for another 6-8 years without at least upgrading RAM (thats pretty much all I could do anyway, its a ROG laptop). My PS4/Xbox One systems will play consistently for at least another 10 years at its current quality. It's called PC "Master Race" for a reason, because like the popular kids, it takes hard work to maintain at the top, but consoles will always take very little modification to be consistently good. The most I have ever done to consoles to make them better is add bigger HDDs (not counting modding/jailbreaking/modchipping for extra features, im talking consistent, OOB, usage)
First of all, my 2000€ build (which I made, what, four years ago now) can run all new games on max (even games with high reqs, like GTA V, Crysis 3, Battlefield and so on). No need to downgrade the graphics.
Secondly... What's wrong with mid graphics?
Finally: You DO realize that the graphics on previous gen consoles with new games (say, GTA V) are comparable to the same game's PC version's low-medium graphics, right? Just because you can fine-tune your graphics settings on the PC and the graphics settings are locked on consoles does not mean that consoles have better graphics, or run in any way "better".