Computer gaming is as common as it gets these days. Plenty of high-end PC hardware exists on the market and provides users with hundreds of customization options to achieve the best gaming experience.
Although gamers usually build their gaming PCs themselves, sometimes this can come as a hard or intensive endeavor since new video cards and Ram memory technologies are constantly upgrading, and often the owner lacks certain knowledge about hardware compatibility, resulting in computer crashes, cooling issues, and even permanent desktop damage.
However, numerous computer companies currently offer specialized gaming systems designed to satisfy customers with top performance speed, cooling and graphics. Here’s a list of the top 5 best brand gaming PCs.
CyberPowerPC Gamer Supreme (under $1500)
The latest addition to the CyberPower catalog was made to run the most recent AAA titles. The desktop features a top-of-the-line Intel Core i7-6700 processor supported by 8MB of cache and burning a 3.4 GHz up to 4.GHz speed.
RAM memory doesn’t fall short as the CybePower comes with 16 GB of DDR4- 2133MHz, complemented by a 2TB 7200 RPM hard drive and an additional 120GB SSD to ensure speed.
A high-end NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1070 provides maximum graphics thanks to its 8GB of DDR5 video memory and DirectX 12 support. Other features include liquid cooling and HDMI outputs.
Asus ROG G20CB (under $ 1500)
This PC stands out for its distinctive sci-fi design and angular side panels. Also, the Asus has an Oculus-ready seal of approval for VR gaming.
The desktop runs on an Intel Core i7 processor with 16 GB of RAM and a 2 TB hard drive. The graphics are handled by a NVIDIA GeForce GTX 970 with an additional 4GB of VRAM for Oculus Rift games. The Asus includes numerous 3.0, 3.1 and 2.0 USB ports on its front and back, as a well as HDMI outputs.
HP ENVY Phoenix (under $1300)
The Phoenix aims towards better online gaming thanks to its built-in, high-speed wireless technology. The desktop also comes with an Intel Core i7 processor and 16 BG of RAM memory, as well as a 2TB hard drive combined with a 128GB SSD for storage and startup processes.
A 2GB NVIDIA GeForce GTX 960 provides more than enough graphics to play popular MOBAS such as League of Legends and Dota 2 on high graphics. The ENVY Phoenix has 10 USB ports distributed on its front and back.
SkyTech HellFire (under $600)
Gaming computers are often very expensive, but the Hellfire offers the best specs/price relation with an AMD-A10-7879K 3.9 GHz processor that manages 12 processes.
The desktop also has a vast storage capacity thanks to a 1TB hard drive and 120GB SSD. It also features 8GB of RAM. With its 6 USB ports, the Hellfire is designed for compact spaces, as this type of desktops is usually bigger.
Alienware X51 R3 (under $1000)
Dell’s new version of the Alienware keeps with the modern times featuring an outstanding design with dark chrome accents and BlackMatte Stealth Black color.
The machine includes a water-cooling system to keep the Intel Core i7 6700 processor fresh. It has 8GB of RAM, and a NVIDIA GeForce GT 745 is in charge of the graphics with 4GB of dedicated memory, as well as 6 USB ports and built-in wireless connectivity. The Alienware manages less storage capacity compared to its competitors with a 1TB hard drive.
All Computers come with Bluetooth technology and run on Windows Home 10 64-bit. All in all, the best gaming computers around are the ones people build, but there is a lot of basic knowledge they have to master before building a monster. Depending on what kind of games people want to play, they can choose one of the above.
Source: Tech Radar
But they are too much overpriced.
I think that they are more of mid to high end PCs rather than budget PCs.
These are good mid-high rigs. You can easily get some of the parts for less though.
List is pretty good. Prices are bit high, it should be good for budget pcs build.
I will put my money on HP Envy Phoenix. It is at-least branded.