5 Best Desktop Gaming PCs for Beginners 2018 Edition

Online games are no longer games for kids as it is a good source of enhancement skill for it includes strategizing, camaraderie, and communication. Through online games, people from other parts of the world are connected without the awkwardness of their status.

And having a reliable gaming PC cure does enable you to experience the thrills of gaming without interruption. To have a no interruption gaming experience, installing an uninterruptible power supply surely does help when the power is out.

If you happen to be a beginner in this but has the buck to spare, here is the list of desktop gaming PCs you could start with or better yet stick with for a long time.

Asus “ROG”

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Image source: ASUS

Unit: Asus’ Oculus-ready ROG G20CB
Storage: 512 GB
CPU: 6th-Generation Intel Core i7 Processor
RAM: 16 GB DDR4
GPU: Nvidia GeForce GTX 980 Graphics

A sleek design of red and black which is deemed to be made by aliens are now the standard for design in most desktop gaming PCs and ASUS have you on your grip as they introduced their Asus ROG G20CB which boasts as the future of PC gaming.

Immerse yourself into the virtual gaming worlds with this Oculus-ready PC and hook up your gaming pieces without hassles and have a blissful gaming experience for yourself.

Watch this tech review of ASUS ROG G20CB by Linus Tech Tips:

Acer “Predator”

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Image source: Gizmochina

Unit: Acer Predator G6
Storage: 256GB SSD + 2TB 7200rpm HDD
CPU: 7th Gen Intel® Core™ i7-7700k Processor
RAM: 64GB DDR4
GPU: NVIDIA® GeForce® GTX 1080Ti

With its tank-like feature, the Acer Predator G6 live to the phrase “built like a tank” taking inspiration from a tank’s tread. Plus, its IceTunnel feature that directs air from the front to back of the chassis which clearly states that

“Gaming is hot, so stay cool with IceTunnel cooling system”

For further review of this tech check out Know How Acer Predator G6 PC review by Bryan Burnett:

HP “Omen by HP”

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Image source: Tech Radar

Unit: HP Omen 870 Gaming Desktop
Storage: 2TB 7200 RPM SATA and 128GB SATA SSD
CPU: Intel Core i7-7700K
RAM: 16 GB DDR4
GPU: NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1060 (3GB GDDR5)

Though the HP Omen 870 design wasn’t as sleek and promising as other gaming PCs the unit still looks cool in its own understated way. With its 3 years of warranty who could say no to that more so if you are just only a beginner plus when things need to be upgraded, its design enables you to do so.

Watch this tech review of Omen by HP Desktop Gaming PC Setup by MW Technology:

Dell “Alienware”

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Image source: Game Debate

Unit: Alienware X51
Storage: 1TB, 7,200-rpm SATA drive
CPU: Intel Core i5 CPU
RAM: 8GB
GPU: GTX 750Ti Graphics

Innovating the gaming PC into a console-sized chassis, the Alienware X51 sure fits the buck. If you want a reliable compact gaming PC ready for VR be sure to add Alienware X51 to your list.

However, this desktop isn’t ready for the 4K gaming, but the overalls are still a sweet deal.

For further review of this tech check out Digital Trends “Alienware X51 Gaming PC – Review”:

MSI “G.A.M.E. Unlimited”

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Image source: Hexus

Unit: Aegis Ti3
Storage: 4TB (2 512GB M.2 PCIe SSDs installed in a RAID 0 array for booting, plus a 3TB 7,200rpm SATA hard drive)
CPU: Intel Core i7 processor
RAM: 2x16GB (32GB total) of DDR4 2666 SO-DIMMs expandable to 64GB
GPU: GTX 1080 Ti Graphics

With its transformer head like structure, the Aegis Ti3 sure does charm many with its unique chassis.

This high-end gaming PC is what gamers who wants “the very best” should be investing on for all things 3D games, VR, and all that stuff.

Watch this tech review of MSI Aegis Ti3 by One Cool Thing (PC Mag):

Once you’ve decided with your desktop PC investment, why not include in precautionary measures like integrating an uninterruptible power supply in the Philippines and enjoy your gaming experience without the hazards of unfiltered power being supplied into your unit.

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