Browsing: Gaming Desktops

Gaming desktops should essentially have lots of RAM and fast graphics card. Also, having fast CPU won’t hurt. A big hard drive might be useful if you play a lot of big games.

Intel’s Next Unit of Computing (NUC) mini desktop computers have been around for a while, since 2013 to be precise, when Sandy Bridge Celeron processors were the in-thing. Over time, we’ve seen them grow into bigger systems in terms of performance, connectivity, and even size…
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The Dell XPS x8900-2506BLK is a midrange desktop PC that strikes the sweet spot between power, features and price. Personally, I have never liked the term prosumer, but this system practically screams it. Positioned between Dell’s Inspiron line of value desktops and the more expensive…
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Most gaming desktop PCs sport a big and bold-looking design, but with its elaborate design, the CyberpowerPC Gamer Ultra GUA3100A takes the gaming rig aesthetic to another level. It has looks that shout ‘gamer’, it has beefy hardware we’ve seen trickle down from midrange gaming…
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