Top 10 Best Rated Prebuilt Gaming PCs 2020

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There are a lot of PCs around, but not every PC is designed for gaming. With this in mind, there are notable PCs that are basically designed for the purpose of gaming.

To purchase of any ideal PC, specifications should definitely be your priority. Below you’ll find the ten best PC you can find around along with its various tiers of features and prices.

Best Prebuilt Gaming PC 2020

  1. iBuyPower RDY ELIBG207

The ELIBG207 is one of the few setups capable of running modern and triple-A title at 4k Ultra at anything approaching a smooth 60 FPS. It features Intel Core i9-9900K, Nvidia GeForce RTX 2080, RAM of 16GB DDR-3200 and storage of 1TB SATA SSD.

It also comes in very handy with intriguing features like easy to use, tool-less access to the case’s interior (the panels pop off after removing a handful of thumb screws) and a three-year warranty. It’s a beautiful looking, compact case, with tempered glass panels on the front and left side, showing off an array of RGB lit components to great effect.

Pros

– Built around powerful components

– It’s affordable when with the good specs it comes with.

Cons

– Tool-less case access

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  1. CyberpowerPC Gamer Xtreme

The Cyberpower’s Gamer Xtreme features Intel Core i5-9400F, Nvidia’s Turing-in-Pascal-clothing GTX 1660, a ram of 8GB DDRA and storage of 1TB HDD 7200RPM + 128GB SSD. It’s a PC that can be readily upgraded, modifying it to suit that headset and hardware demands of the future.

The PC is seen as a bridge between the PS4 and Xbox One era of games and the next generation of console, thereby making the PC a great acquisition for anyone. The feature of being able to upgrade enables it to keep pace with the current crop of games on the horizon and even when new specs for the next generation are finally pronounced, it can easily adapt.

Pros

– Fantastic performance per dollar

– Runs very cool out of the box

Cons

– Limited SSD storage

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  1. Corsair Vengeance 5185

The 5185 PC features Intel Core i7-9700K, Nvidia GeForce RTX 2080, RAM of 16GB DDR4-2666 and a storage of 480GB M.2 SSD + 2TB HDD. It’s definitely an upgrade of the RTX-powered systems with the inclusion of the 9th generation processor from Intel. This PC is made up of tempered glass along the side, front and top to create modern-looking aesthetic, elegantly showing off the innards of the system. The aesthetics and heat management is managed by a dual-chambered design that separates the power supply from the GPU, RAM, and motherboard.

Pros

– Stylish RGB lighting

– Separate component chambers

– RTX graphics

Cons

– Bulky

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  1. HP Omen Obelisk

The HP Obelisk features Intel Core i7-8700, Nvidia GeForce RTX 2080, a RAM of 16GB DDR4-2666 and a storage of 256GB M.2 SSD, 2TB HDD. With all these intriguing features, this PC is quite cheap. This is because there was a lot of trimming off of all the non- essential frills that tend to pad out the price of a number of similarly specked machines from other manufacturers.

Furthermore, it is a dark, slightly brooding aesthetic that has a clear panel that permits you to see the red-lit interior of the machine. Lastly, the Obelisk has less space to muck around in the case of upgrading in the future, it can easily slip into smaller spaces than large cases, making it very easy to transport.

Pros

– Powerful components

– This PC can remove frills that are needless and is always keeps cost low.

Cons

– Minimalist design might not appeal to some

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  1. Corsair One i160

The Corsair One i160 is still the same, small form PC, but this time around it comes with updated hardware, a revamped internal layout, and a few other changes. It is built with Intel Core i7-9700K – i9-9920X, Nvidia GeForce RTX 2080 – RTX 2080 Ti, a RAM of 32GB DDR4-2666 and storage of up to 960GB NVMe M.2 SSD, 2TB HDD.

Its CPU and GPU both use independent liquid cooling solutions and all its hot air is pumped out by a single 140mm maglev fan. Sited below the motherboard are its PSU and some USB ports that have been repositioned on the front of the case.

Pros

– Slim, minimalist footprint

– Outstanding performance

Cons

– Upgradable, but tricky to access some components

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  1. Falcon Northwest Talon 20th Anniversary

The Falcon Northwest gaming PC features all the customization options that one expects from a premium vendor, but the option of UV printed side panels that can easily access images in excess of 4k was put into consideration, proving you with the option of a one true PC.

It’s made up of AMD Ryzen 9 3900X, with Graphics of (2) RTX 2080 Super, RAM of 16GB DDR4 and storage of 1TB SSD. It’s composed of either glossy or matte finishing of aluminum at the top and front panels of the case of the PC and an optional tempered glass, that exposes the inside of the build.

Pros

– Robust, clean build quality

– Extensive customization options

Cons

– Pricy

  1. Alienware Aurora R8

Alienware is definitely a household name when it comes to systems. It’s made up of Intel Core i5-9400 – i9-9900, RTX 2080 GPU, RAM of (2) 16GB DDR4 and a storage of 512GB M.2 PCIe SSD + 2TB SATA HDD. Alienware is a compact design that it’s paired CPU and GPU helps to ensure framerates at 4K and the Alienware AIO cooling system will help keep the cozy interior of the case at a reasonable temperature.

Pros

– Tool-less access

– Upgradeable

Cons

– Cheap design

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  1. CLX Set Gaming PC

The CLX set gaming PC is a ray tracing and DLSS hardware that is packed with an RTX card that provides high performances from the range of 1060/2060. It has a Ryzen 7 2700 CPU, RTX 2070 graphics, RAM of 16GB DDR4 and storage of 1TB HDD + 120GB SSD.

It comes in a sleek looking case, looking glowing and with RGB-lit internals by a beautiful glass side panel. Furthermore, it features a 120GB SSD that is a little slight for packing of games or storage, but plenty room for a boot disk.

Pros

– It a full 2070 PC that has a similar price with 2080 Ti

– Robust DXR support

– 120GB SSD ideal for boot drive

Cons

– Mobo only packs two DIMMs

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  1. Maingear Vybe

The Maingear Vybe PC is an efficient machine that runs cool with Intel Core i9-9900K, Nvidia GeForce RTX 2080, a RAM of 32GB DDR4-2666 and a storage of 512GB NVMe SSD + 2TB HDD.

It is a sleek aesthetic system with commanding power that has an understated design. The Vybe is definitely a beast for gaming given its features and it’s also equipped with dedicated RT cores for the ray-traced games of the future, as well as Tensor cores for deep learning applications.

Pros

– Quiet and efficient

– Sleek design that avoids garish lighting

– Competitive price for the build

Cons

– Still priced above DIY

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  1. SkyTech Supremacy

The SkyTech Supremacy PC has the features of Core i9-8700K, graphics of RTX 2080 Ti 11GB, RAM of 32GB DDR4 and storage of 1TB NVMe SSD. The PC is an open design with beautiful panels that has unblemished tempered glasses showcasing a Z370 mobo packed with high-end parts.

Furthermore, the Supremacy case is not easily seen on the shelf as it’s a modern-day gaming system that has visual effects. This effect is complemented by a suite lighting (RGB) and the open case combined with robust cooling, means this is a chilly, quiet, efficient build.

Pros

– Extremely powerful GPU

– Beautiful glass case

– 32GB of 3200Mhz DDR4

Cons

– Last generation CPU

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