Product Review: Interested in PC Gaming? Scope Weekly Reviews 5 Gaming PCs on the Market Now

If you’re looking to start taking PC gaming more seriously, you’re just getting started or you need an update, you need to take a look at these games.

PC gaming is on the rise and there are good reasons for that. You have more control over your gaming experience and online games, in particular, are best played on PC. If you’re looking to start taking PC gaming more seriously, you’re just getting started or you need an update, the information we’re about to convey is ideal for you.

We’re going to discuss the 5 best gaming PCs on the market right now, covering what makes them great and why you should consider choosing them over the alternatives on the market right now. Of course, you can often customize these computers and choose the processors and graphics cards that you want, and that’s the great thing about gaming in the PC. But if you want to know which models currently offer the most, read on.

 

Alienware Aurora R7

Alienware Aurora R7
Alienware Aurora R7

If you’re looking for a relatively affordable gaming PC that you can nonetheless rely on to do the things you need it to, the Alienware Aurora R7 could be the best option for you. It plays games very smoothly and that’s the thing that matters most of all to most people out there. The design is nice and relatively streamlined, even if the sound of the fan might be louder than it is in many (more expensive) gaming PCs.

 

However, when you’re looking at what really matters, this relatively compact PC performs how you want and need it to. It’s much more affordable than the other PCs on this list, and you can upgrade the system going forward if you want to with relative ease, which is always a bonus for PC gamers. It’s definitely one of the most appealing and impressive gaming PCs you can buy at the moment.

 

MSI Trident 3

MSI Trident 3
MSI Trident 3

When you first see the MSI Trident 3, you’ll probably think it looks like a console, particularly the Xbox One S. That seems to be what the creators of this gaming PC were intending; hence the nickname, ‘the console killer’. It offers the convenience, style, and size of a modern games console, and that could potentially attract a whole new audience who’ve wanted to get into PC gaming and need a less intimidating route into it.

 

The compact nature of the design and the fact that it’s pretty much silent when running makes it massively appealing to all kinds of gamers. It’s much smaller and more affordable than many of the other options mentioned on this list, so it’s not hard to see why people love it. It offers more power than a console from Sony or Microsoft, yet looks similar in terms of its outward appearance. What’s not to like?

Lenovo IdeaCentre Y900

Lenovo IdeaCentre Y900
Lenovo IdeaCentre Y900

The Lenovo IdeaCentre Y900 is one of the gaming PCs you should turn to when you’re looking to upgrade to a more high-end system that offers more in terms of performance. It’s a computer that makes future upgrade simple thanks to its tool-less approach. It also looks great and has an option for you to use the Nvidia GeForce GTX 1080 when you first buy it. The red lights that cover the computer look great when in use in a darkened room.

 

If you’re tired of being limited by a more budget-friendly PC that you bought a while back, this is the kind of PC you’ll want to look at buying next. It’s great for gaming and it’s noted that this computer is also a great option for anyone looking to get into VR gaming. It’s expensive but not so expensive that it’s entirely out of reach for most PC gamers, so definitely consider it as an option.

 

Corsair One i160

Corsair One i160
Corsair One i160

The first thing you’ll be impressed by when you see the Corsair One i160 is the way in which it’s designed. This is a machine that’s got style and the people who designed it deserve some kind of award. Of course, power matters more than design for most people, but this gaming PC doesn’t let you down in that department either. It’s a computer that has extreme power, but it is pretty expensive, so I suppose you get what you pay for.

 

It’s amazing how much power is able to be packed into such a relatively small design. No one wants a huge PC taking up space if that’s not necessary, and the Corsair One i160 clearly proves that it’s not. It can handle 4K gaming with ease and that’s exactly what most PC gamers are looking for right now. It certainly has a lot more power to offer than a regular console. It has 32GM of RAM, Intel Core i79700K – Intel Core i9-9900K CPU and Nvidia GeForce RTX 2080 – RTX 2080 Ti.

 

Dell XPS Tower Special Edition

Dell XPS Tower Special Edition
Dell XPS Tower Special Edition

With a slick modern design, the Dell XPS Tower Special Edition certainly doesn’t fall short in terms of aesthetics. It’s also relatively compact and affordably priced, which are two things that are even more impressive when you consider the power of this machine. It uses 8th generation Intel Coffee Lake process and the best Nvidia GTX graphics cards to provide a gaming performance that doesn’t disappoint.

 

This is certainly one of the best value for money gaming PCs on the market right now, and if you’re not into the aesthetic of most gaming PCs, this one offers something a little more stylish and refined in terms of design. You’ll get a lot for your money, regardless of how it looks, so don’t ignore what the Dell XPS Tower Special Edition has to offer. It could be exactly the computer that you’ve been searching or all this time.

 

If you’re looking to get into PC gaming or you simply need to upgrade your own computer, these are the systems that you should consider. Each of them offers a range of qualities and feature that make them great to own and game on. Be sure to do some further research to decide which one will be best for your specific gaming needs.


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