Gaming

Best Pre-Built Gaming PCs on the market in 2020

The gaming options available to the community is amazingly vast. The variety of devices to game on has grown, the games are better than ever before, and the emergence of online gaming has opened up a whole new world.

Arguably the best way to game, though, is on a PC, especially if it’s designed specifically for gaming. Yes, building your own $1,000 PC can be satisfying and is an interesting hobby for many, but if you want to take the hassle away from purchasing a PC, then buying a complete system enables you to take any potential stress out of the process.

Some of the best games around are available on PC now too, but if you’re playing those creations on the wrong machine, then you simply won’t experience the game to its full potential. Similar to mobile phone gamers, if your phone isn’t up to scratch, then no matter how many games of PUBG Mobile you play or however many times you find yourself engaging with the exciting Money Bears slots, you won’t be experiencing those creations at their very best. With a finished PC, you know exactly what you’re getting, which is why many head down that route.

So, with that in mind, here’s a look at some of the best gaming PCs on the market in 2020.

Alienware Aurora R11

Regarded by many as being the best gaming PC around at the moment, the Alienware Aurora R11 isn’t the cheapest PC out there, but you certainly get what you pay for. With four different configurations to choose from (the i5 10400F, i7 10700, i7 10700K, and i9 10900) this a creation ideal for a range of games and a variety of gamers. The machine comes with toolless access, as well as being upgradeable. The money you pay also guarantees excellent customer service and solid warranties that will put your mind at ease should anything go wrong in the future. The design of the Alienware Aurora R11 might not be everyone’s cup of tea, but if you’re after a beastly gaming machine, then you’ve most probably found it.

Corsair One i164

The latest Corsair One i164 is similar to other creations of its type, except this machine comes with updated hardware and a revamped internal layout, alongside a whole host of other improvements. As is common with other pre-built PCs, the Corsair One i164 isn’t the only configuration available, with an Intel Core i9 9900K and an RTX 2080 Ti also proving popular too. They are, essentially, the mid-range model. Depending on what specs you go with will mean the price varies but with all models capable of making any game look better, alongside the fact that all models have 32GB of RAM, makes this little machine pack one hell of a punch.

HP Omen Obelisk

One of the cheaper PCs on the list, the HP Omen Obelisk comes with powerful components and is specifically designed to remove any needless frills to keep any potential future costs as low as possible. This is a PC that is easy to customise too. Its standout features, though – especially considering its relatively low price compared to other gaming PCs – has to be its RTX card, its CPU, and 16GB of RAM. In terms of its look and feel, the HP Omen Obelisk isn’t the most stylish build you’ll ever see. In fact, it’s very black and incredibly dense, but does anyone really care what it looks like? Rest assured, it does the job and is easily one of the best gaming PCs on the market at this moment in time.

Areej

Computer Engineering dropout (3 years), writer, journalist, and amateur poet. I started Techquila while in college to address my hardware passion. Although largely successful, it suffered from many internal weaknesses. Left and now working on Hardware Times, a site purely dedicated to.Processor architectures and in-depth benchmarks. That's what we do here at Hardware Times!
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