Top Gaming PC’s of 2021

Gaming PC

When looking for a Gaming PC there are a few things to consider – performance, size, components, and the resolution you want to play at – if all you need to do is play a few AAA titles at 1080p, then you won’t. You need the best GPU and / or processor out there.

However, if you want to play at 2560 x 1440 or 4K then you should think about saving more for your rig. CPU performance is tied to sense of the game too, but the diversification into just over a quad-core processor will mainly be felt in performance. Advantages in multithreaded workloads like video processing, rendering and coding, not games.

 

MSI AEGIS RS 11th

MSI Aegis RS 11th

The MSI Aegis RS 11th is a top-class, prefabricated gaming desk. The 11th generation Intel Core processor and options for RTX 3080 provide incredible gaming performance, you can design your own later.All parts including the case are standardized; MSI actually manufactures the case, the mainboard, the CPU cooler, the fans, the GPU and the power supply unit. for the next few years.

If you don’t have a keyboard and mouse, the peripherals provided by MSI are decent enough to get started, though you’ll likely want to upgrade the keyboard to something with mechanical switches at some point.

 

Alienware Aurora R11

Alienware Aurora R11 

The Alienware Aurora R11 made our list with its strong GPU performance. It’s really hard to find one of Nvidia’s Ampere GPUs right now, but at the time of writing the Alienware ships with the RTX 3080 and RTX 3090 so that’s one way to go.
The design is futuristic and while it may be divisive to some it cannot be said to be quite compact. Compared to the Intel Core i910900K in our test device, the RTX 3090 offers first-class gaming performance, standardized parts and offers plenty of space for additional units.

The biggest disadvantage is that the device gets noisy when there are only a few case fans. It’s expensive too, but it’s a machine to the full, not just the graphics card.

 

Corsair One A200

Corsair One a200

The Corsair One A200 takes up little space on your desk thanks to its tall tower shape with components. This desktop has an AMD Ryzen 9 5900X and an Nvidia Geforce RTX 3080, both liquid-cooled for outstanding performance, as well as 32 GB RAM, a 1 TB M.2 SSD and a 2.5 TB HDD for more gaming.
Despite the powerful parts, the computer is largely silent thanks to an effective cooling system that sucks in cool air through the sides to cool the components and then blows the hot air out again with a big fan at the top. The system is difficult to upgrade later because everything is actually packed into the 12-liter chassis and it has OEM parts. 

The downside of the top-of-the-line components is the price. We tested the Corsair One a200 for $ 3,799.99.There are two other versions, both based on Intel. An 11th generation Intel Core Core i911900K version is available on the Corsair website for the same price and a cheaper version for $ 3,599.99

 

Maingear Vybe

Maingear Vybe

Is it imperative to spend more than $ 5,000 on a gaming PC? No, but you can and you get a luxurious experience. The Maingear Vybe is a beautiful desktop computer with car paint options and a minimalist design. Apex liquid cooling is incredibly quiet. This even applies to an overclocked 5.3 GHz Intel Core i910900K. Between that chip and an RTX 2080 Ti, the system offers incredible gaming performance.

One big area you might want to configure differently is our review unit, which uses a cheap Intel 665P SSD but can do so upon request including options from AMD Ryzen.
If you prefer something smaller that is still a grandeur, the Maingear Turbo offers the same build quality, though you can only get it with Ryzen CPUs.

 

HP Omen 30L

HP Omen 30L

The HP Omen 30L is an oversized gaming PC that feels like building it yourself. The latest design provides more air circulation with an intake fan and an elegant glass front and side walls, yet has a control panel that is easily accessible to reach the most important components. Oh, of course, the new intake fan has stylish RGB lighting, along with the new logo and the rest of the system. The version we tested with a 10th generation Intel Core i9 and RTX 3080 proved to be powerful in our gaming benchmarks and productivity tests. We would like a more powerful CPU cooler from HP, as the single 120 mm fan is not always sufficient for the Intel Core i9.

The addition of branded parts is nice to see too. There is little, if any, proprietary system, including a microATX motherboard, a WD Black SSD, a Seagate HDD, and a 750W power supply. That’s that special sauce that makes it a bit more like a gourmet machine than some of the alternatives.

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