CyberPowerPC Gamer Extreme VR
The CyberPower Gamer Xtreme VR is one of the best gaming PCs for folks who want to spend $800 without sacrificing much in the way of power. Packing a Core i5 processor and an Nvidia GTX 1660 graphics card, this desktop can run mainstream games at high settings and even handle virtual reality without much of a sweat. Better yet, the Gamer Xtreme VR is very easy to open up, making it a great starting point for gamers who eventually want to upgrade to more powerful parts. the World Best Gaming Pc’s
VR Ready: Yes | Processor: Intel Core i5-8400 | RAM: 8GB | Graphics Card: Nvidia GTX 1660 | Storage: 1TB hard drive | Accessories: Cyberpower
Alienware Aurora R10
For all the reasons that the Alienware Aurora R11 is our top pick for its latest Intel CPU lineup, while the R10 takes the win for those looking at the red side of the CPU divide. The AMD Ryzen processors of the last generation are exemplary in terms of both performance and price.
CPU: AMD Ryzen 3500–3950X | GPU: AMD RX 5300 – Nvidia RTX 3070 | RAM: 8GB–64GB DDR4 | Storage: 1TB HDD–2TB HDD + 2TB SSD | Warranty: 1 year (onsite)
MSI MEG Trident X
The first thing you’ll notice about the MSI MEG Trident X is that it’s absolutely gorgeous. This small, angular machine fits easily into just about any gaming nook, and is ideal for either desktop or living room setups. The second thing you’ll notice is that it runs games absolutely beautifully, whether you want to experience them at full HD, QHD or UHD settings. While with a variety of processor, GPU and RAM options from which to choose, you’ll be able to customize a machine that works for your games, and for your monitor.
VR Ready: Yes | Processor: Up to Intel Core i9-10900K, 3.7-5.3 GHz | RAM: Up to 64 GB | Graphics Card: Up to Nvidia GeForce RTX 2080 Ti | Storage: Up to 1 TB SSD + 1 TB HDD | Accessories: MSI Clutch GM11 Mouse, MSI Vigor GK30 Keyboard