Four Fantastic Gaming Desktops

Regardless of the rise of gaming consoles and portable gaming devices, PC gaming is still very much alive and active. Gaming junkies know that nothing can beat the worth of games that you would get with a gaming desktop. But which one will take your gaming to the next level? We give you the 5 of our top selections in the category.

Dell Alienware x51


With a 3.4 GHz Intel Core i3-4130 processor, 6 GB of RAM, 1TB of storage and NVidia GeForce GTX 745, Alienware series is as much proficient in their desktop line as it is in their laptops. With some great specifications sheathed in a smaller than average size, this desktop is idyllic for consumers who need the power of a gaming machine in a limited space. The x51 is just about the same size as an Xbox 360.



Computer lists cannot be completed without a machine from Asus. Here we have the Asus ROG TYTAN G30AB, a commanding gaming machine that has it all, a great processor, a good amount of RAM and an unimpeachable graphics chip. Features that pledge to deliver in a neat package. With a great design, this gaming desktop from Asus is a choice to consider for gaming fanatics. It comprises of a 4th Gen Intel Core i5 processor, 4 GB of RAM, Nvidia GeForce GTX680, 2GB and 3 TB of storage.

Alienware Alpha


This gaming PC  belongs to the same Alienware lineup, and that tells a lot about the value of computers which Dell delivers. It has a 2.9 GHz Dual-core Intel Core i3, 4GB of RAM, – Nvidia GeForce GTX 860M and 500GB of storage. The Alienware Alpha is a pretty remarkable option if you want a reasonably priced gaming desktop that delivers on performance. It is slightly compact in size than any other gaming console but it has a powerful effect.

 Assembled Gaming Machines


Intel Build

Using Intel architecture you can create a great gaming beast. The components are preferred to best suit a gamers requirements and the results are splendid, to say the least. It delivers the compulsory juice required for heavy duty gaming with assurance. Get a Intel 3.4 GHz Core i5 processor, 2 x 4 GB Corsair Vengeance RAM, WD 1 TB Hard Drive of storage, Nvidia GTX 770 for graphics card, Corsair VS650 for power supply, a cooler Master for cabinet and you are good to go.

AMD Build 

This construction packs as much potency as the previous one, although at a lesser price. Gamers wanting to prepare their own machine at a reasonable price can look at this option. An amazing machine to bring out the gamer in you. For an AMD build, you need an AMD FX 8350 processor, 8 GB Corsair RAM, 1 TB WD Hard Drive for storage, Nvidia GTX 970 for graphics card, AS Rock 970 Extreme 4 for motherboard, for power supply get Corsair VS650 of 650 Watt and a Cooler Master K281 for your cabinet.

Well PC gaming is still doing well and continues to expand because of the positive aspects of the PC platform  which are evident, together with how open it is and how customizable it allows games to be. Happy Gaming!

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by techtalks @TechTalks October 1, 2015 7:22 AM UTC


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