Best Gaming PCs of 2021
Gaming is a big industry, bigger than the movie and music industries combined, and many people take it quite seriously. Performance is an important part of gaming. Not only does it help your immersion into some of your favourite games, it also gives an advantage when you’re playing against other players online (particularly with the growing popularity of online FPS games in recent years). To enthusiasts and professional gamers, having the very best setup possible is simply a must-have, and quite understandably so. Features like GPU type, memory type and size, and cooling tech are things that should be considered when choosing a high-end gaming PC. So, here are our picks of the best gaming PCs out there right now.
Acer Predator Orion 3000
The Orion 3000 is truly a work of art. The slick design is captivating enough, but is quickly rivalled by the amazing internals, a __ that has come to be expected from the Predator line. It comes with an Intel Core i7-10700 processor, the new Nvidia GeForce RTX 3070, 16GB of fast RAM, and 500GB of SSD combined with 1TB of HDD. The Orion 3000 also has a beautiful RGB light setup.
Corsair One a100
The addition of AMD’s monster Ryzen 9 3950X puts the One a100 ahead of even the workstation-focused Intel X299-based One Pro i200 in Corsair’s One series. There’s no game (or imaginable task) that the One a100 can’t tackle when it’s equipped with Nvidia’s flagship 11GB GeForce RTX 2080 Ti and 32GB of RAM. Both the CPU and GPU have their own liquid cooling systems, and a single 140mm maglev fan exhausts all of the heated air. It also comes with either a 500GB NVMe SSD plus a 2TB HDD or a 1TB NVMe SSD and a 2TB HDD.
CyberPowerPC Infinity X109 Gaming PC
This PC comes with an Intel Core i9 10850K processor, a strong 10-core, 20-thread processor that runs at 4.9GHz most of the time owing to the Cooling Master MasterLiquid Lite 240 cooler. A GeForce RTX 3070 is also included, which is a good mid-to-high-end card. It can easily handle 1080p and 1440p gaming. Together with 8GB of RAM and 500GB – 1TB of SSD and 1- 2TB HDD, this PC can handle just about anything.
All of its hardware is contained into the Corsair 4000D mid-tower case, which provides good ventilation while also looking fantastic. The dust filters are simple to clean, and if you don’t mind a little RGB lighting, you’ll love it. Overall, this is a good setup that can handle 1440p gaming for many years. Almost every feature of the system can be customized to your preferences.
Alienware Aurora Ryzen Edition
This PC is as good as you can get today. Both in terms of performance and affordability, AMD Ryzen processors from the new Aurora generation are exceptional. With the possibility of a 16-core, 32-thread chip inside your Alienware gaming PC, as well as an Nvidia RTX 3090, you’re looking at something truly unique.
The Aurora has an unusual casing design that makes the most of its limited area, although it can be a little uncomfortable to work with at first. The ability to access practically every area of the PC without the use of tools, on the other hand, is a significant benefit that speeds up updates and maintenance.
It should be noted that whichever components you choose come with a cost. The higher-than-average price, on the other hand, gets you dependable build quality, excellent customer service, and robust warranties.
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- September 29, 2021