Gaming PCs Reviews
Corsair shows off its best components and attention to detail in its Vengeance i7500, which is one of the fastest gaming desktops.
Update The Alienware Aurora R16 is in a smaller, more streamlined box with plenty of ports and a decent price, but proprietary parts keep it from being an entry into true enthusiast PC gaming.
Asus’s ROG G22CH packs a Core i9 and an RTX 4070 into a small-form-factor chassis, but it needs serious fan noise reduction.
The Maingear MG-1 Silver is an affordable step into PC gaming, meticulously built and easily customizable. But the SSD will eventually need replacing.
The Lenovo Legion Tower 7i is an upgradable PC with plenty of ports, though its RAM doesn't run at the advertised speed.
If you have room for it on (or more likely under) your desk, MSI’s Infinite RS 13th is a shockingly quiet high-end prebuilt gaming PC.
The Alienware Aurora R15 is a powerful, prebuilt gaming PC with lots of ports and better cooling than ever before, but it still has some proprietary parts.
While new CPUs and GPUs are expected to arrive soon, if you're looking for a powerful, quiet and pretty gaming PC, Alienware's Aurora R13 is still tough to beat.
The Falcon Northwest Tiki can be configured with the AMD Ryzen 5800X3D and other powerful components, putting an expensive PC on your desk and a hole in your wallet.
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