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.

Cyberpower has always had a soft landing among gamers, and the CyberpowerPC Gamer Xtreme GXi10040A2  religiously sticks to the tradition of well-designed systems with fiery gaming performance. The design insanely screams ‘gamer’ with all the gaily lighting and color themes across the chassis–if you’re in…
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Last year, we reviewed Cyberpower’s Gamer Xtreme VR GXiVR8020A  with a powerful set of components and solid overall gaming performance. The CYBERPOWERPC Gamer Xtreme VR GXiVR8040A2  is a refinement of that build, now boasting modern, insanely-fast components including an AMD RX 480 graphics card and an…
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The ASUS G11CD-DB73-GTX1080   combines a powerful aesthetic with equally decent internal components, resulting in a bold-looking and high performing gaming desktop. Design-wise, it has the compelling motif of a gaming rig with the much-hyped Mayan-inspired detailing. With a Skylake Intel Core i7-6700 processor, an SSD,…
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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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