Alienware Aurora R7 

We are all well aware that with Alienware, you are looking at an expensive price tag. However, it is in the top league when it comes to all things that include gaming. The Alienware Aurora R7 is an engineering masterpiece since its parts are chassis sized which makes it into a decent mid-tower gaming rig. Its price range ticks from $999 to $4,279. The $ 999 comes with an Intel Core i5 8400 processor, 8GB RAM while the $4300 model holds Intel Core i7 8700 and a 32 GB RAM. So, if you are someone who wants to get a very smooth gaming experience then the $999 is recommended. However, we recommend the $4300 for the passionate gamers who want to enjoy their favourite titles on the best settings. The Aurora R7 holds an attractive design, high performance, everything you ever want in your gaming PC.

  • CPU: Intel Core i5 8400 – i7 8700
  • Graphics: Nvidia GeForce GTX 1050 Ti – 1080
  • Storage: 512GB, 2TB HDD
  • RAM: 8 – 32 GB
  • Motherboard: Intel Z370
  • Price: $999 for i5, $4,300 for i7

Coupled with the 32GB RAM, and the Intel Z370 chipset, you will be more than satisfied with your purchase and it will leave little to no room for upgradability for years to come.

It is pretty expensive much like the Corsair, however, unlike its counterpart, it hosts a variety of models so the buyer can save some money. Although its fans don’t get overheated, they produce noticeable noise no matter which model you purchase. While, the motherboard on both Alienware and Corsair can be argued as “old” compared to others, but both of them don’t compromise on the performance. The blinking lights of the chassis could sometime become annoying but it when it comes to upgradability, it is a very reliable piece of hardware. It plays high demanding games as smooth as butter.

MSI Infinite A

The Gaming PC that comes with the Virtual Reality compatibility is the MSI Infinite A. This PC is able to run any game with over 70 frames per second at a price tag of under two thousand dollars. It is one of the best PCs out there that can offer a remarkable gaming experience on a relatively negotiable budget. However, when it comes to upgrading it, things can get quite expensive. MSI Infinite A is the typical gaming computer that a gamer would expect: aggressive design, first-class hardware, integrated RGB LEDs on board and many more features for the lovers of gaming. This model is embellished by the tempered glass panel, rather elegant and that we really like. Nowadays hardware is also nice to see, and a solution of this type allows to amaze friends allowing them to look inside the computer. The Infinite A is amongst the most powerful and technologically endowed representative of the modern-day PC series.

  • CPU: Intel Core i7-7700
  • Graphics: Nvidia GeForce GTX 1060 – 1080 Ti
  • Storage: 256GB SSD + 2TB, 7,200-rpm
  • RAM: 16 GB
  • Motherboard: MSI B250M Bazooka (MS-7A70)
  • Price: $1,799

Its base model comes with 16 GB RAM which is quite decent and can be easily upgraded. The PC packs quite a punch and can easily fulfil the expectation of its buyer.

MSI is amongst the best in the world when it comes to distributing the best gaming PCs and they haven’t spared any expense on the Infinity A. A very positive aspect compared to the Corsair and Alienware are quite fans. A large number of ports on the case might confuse you if you’re new to the gaming PC generation. However, when it is up and running you will have no complaints whatsoever. Its motherboard, MSI B250M Bazooka (MS-7A70) is rated by better compared to the Intel Z370. However, it comes with a healthy price tag ($1,799) but with times it is really worth the money.

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