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Win This HP Omen 25L Gaming PC Bundle

It is gaming love at first sight. The OMEN 25L Desktop PC has got the looks and can back it up. With a powerful processor and graphics, you can play from day one. And with being easy to upgrade and including OMEN Command Centre, it is crafted for the long term.

PC Spec

  • Windows 10 Home 64
  • Intel Core i7-10700F (2.9 GHz base frequency, up to 4.8 GHz with Intel Turbo Boost Technology, 16 MB L3 cache, 8 cores)
  • NVIDIA GeForce RTX 2060 (6 GB GDDR6 dedicated)
  • 16 GB HyperX memory
  • 256 GB PCIe NVMe M.2 SSD + 2 TB HDD storage
  • Faster 2×2 Wi-Fi & Bluetooth
  • Glass side panel
  • RGB lighting
  • Tool-less access

Bundle Contents

  • HP Omen 25L Gaming PC
  • Omen Gaming Mouse
  • Omen Gaming Keyboard
  • Omen 25″ Gaming Monitor
  • Omen Mindframe Prime Gaming Headset

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Entry List

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Order IDFirst NameSurnameNumber
215675EmmaWoolmer1
215398LouiseMorgan3
215649Susanhutchison4
213835TimMcGivern5
215586DavidSimpson6
213705MiaMajstorovic7
215540PatrickAustin10
214756JamesCheyne11
215606HenryBaxter-Ashworth12
213220JamesCheyne15
214920DarrellCrowter16
215476CallumMcknight17
214022JamieShuttleworth18
215009Stuartthompson19
214014AdamBennett20
214549PaulRecord21
215692SteveHayward22
215694NeilKetchley23
215665KennethKenny24
214539MartinMedlycott26
215471IsobelMackenzie27
215691LukasMcloughlan28
215476CallumMcknight29
213914MartinTaylor31
214539MartinMedlycott33
215638TonyWiltshire34
215524LukeCottle36
213366JohnFinnie37
215009Stuartthompson39
214612MartinYoung42
215698AndrewFox43
215513TonyWiltshire44
215604SamEgner47
215504MarkTemple49
215151DavidThomas52
215345PeterEllis53
215593JosephChesworth57
215353PeterBrooks59
215149ManjitGahir62
215646RobertCawthrow63
215757AmirYaseen64
215537anthonygolzey65
215440IanBaker66
215128DavidSloggie67
215667AdamBennett68
215632WayneChambers69
215720BarnabyClayton-Smith71
215666AimeeMclean72
214809JordanWoods73
213220JamesCheyne74
215201PeterEmblem75
215345PeterEllis76
215353PeterBrooks77
215404MikeAlexander78
214541JosephChesworth79
215554George BThompson81
215524LukeCottle82
215603DarylMitchell83
215201PeterEmblem84
215646RobertCawthrow87
213262DavidMitchell88
214133DarrellCrowter89
215243AntonyHalleron91
215691LukasMcloughlan92
215427PaulBanks94
215574CalvinByfield95
215157PhilRimmer96
215764HenryClark100
215292TerryFeeley101
215413RussSanford102
215604SamEgner103
215008CallumMcknight104
213692CsongorGyorgy105
213229PatrickCharlton106
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215694NeilKetchley108
215621DeclanFenn110
215529RobertAppleton111
215604SamEgner113
215475AlanScott114
215681AndyWright116
215512GaryLamb117
215232JordanWoods118
215405LaytonSouthworth119
215650PeteWymer121
215440IanBaker122
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215649Susanhutchison124
214902LauraWalsh125
214809JordanWoods126
213580LaurenWilkinson130
214945CrystalDouthwaite131
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215694NeilKetchley136
215759LeeButler138
215586DavidSimpson139
214612MartinYoung140
215578davidbrideaux141
215290TomPrice142
214521DarrellCrowter146
215120JackBevan147
215652DanielRoast148
215540PatrickAustin149
215636AlexandraKnowles151
215555ChrisHill152
215540PatrickAustin155
214994ThomasChambers156
213397MichaelVaughan157
215504MarkTemple158
214620KevinHarding161
215628PaulHammond162
213168IsobelMackenzie163
215008CallumMcknight165
214521DarrellCrowter166
215495DeanMilligan Mills167
215553JamesLynch168
215574CalvinByfield170
213580LaurenWilkinson171
215575SteveCrabtree172
214058RobertStapleton174
215076PatrickSmith176
215540PatrickAustin177
214956AndrewLyons179
214035DavidHall180
215646RobertCawthrow182
214539MartinMedlycott183
214681StephenShepherd184
215540PatrickAustin185
214675ChristopherDonlan187
215574CalvinByfield189
213220JamesCheyne190
215110NiallCurran191
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215076PatrickSmith193
215249StevenScurr197
215644DanJarvis198
215154GarethSimmons199
215673DanielWood200
215283DavidSloggie202
215540PatrickAustin203
214539MartinMedlycott204
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214089MarkWilliams207
215370MelanieBamford208
215699MatthewThomas211
214923AndrewShelley212
215606HenryBaxter-Ashworth213
215009Stuartthompson214
215675EmmaWoolmer216
215429GaryCable217
213811DanPrice218
215113LeeFearnyough219
215722PaulFouquet220
215717DAVIDHIGGINS221
215693PhilMoran223
215667AdamBennett224
215540PatrickAustin225
213771JamieGriffiths226
215157PhilRimmer227
213178GaryMullen228
214958ShaunCalladine229
215614AndrewShepherd230
215030KyleChurchill231
214420StephenBowles232
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215542LiamReynolds236
215232JordanWoods237
215702SurajMistry238
214058RobertStapleton241
214927AndyHarding243
214541JosephChesworth245
214612MartinYoung246
215242LaurenWilkinson248
215471IsobelMackenzie250
215199SimonScully251
215110NiallCurran253
213262DavidMitchell256
214978MarkAshurst257
215199SimonScully258
215440IanBaker259
215199SimonScully260
213879LeeLewis261
215370MelanieBamford262
215157PhilRimmer265
215380GarryMcCourt266
213894PhilipSakerski269
214756JamesCheyne270
215593JosephChesworth271
215440IanBaker272
215579MichaelLowthian273
215199SimonScully274
215652DanielRoast275
215030KyleChurchill276
215495DeanMilligan Mills277
215620PaulPearson278
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215549AshleyKaye281
215604SamEgner282
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215193KevinHemingway285
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215604SamEgner289
215383KimberleyButterworth290
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215698AndrewFox293
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213803CrystalDouthwaite296
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215030KyleChurchill303
215120JackBevan304
215642AnnePardner306
214133DarrellCrowter310
215157PhilRimmer311
215251GeorgeSargant312
213658NeilLewis313
215289Rossbambridge314
215604SamEgner315
215586DavidSimpson316
214096PaulDrake317
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215649Susanhutchison324
215604SamEgner325
215770LennieFurminger326
215429GaryCable327
215604SamEgner331
215604SamEgner334
215651SamanthaFlint336
215628PaulHammond337
215160leighSaunders338
214994ThomasChambers341
215698AndrewFox342
215456sarathaReeves345
215120JackBevan347
215554George BThompson350
215574CalvinByfield351
215604SamEgner352
215399PhilMoran353
215232JordanWoods354
215093KeithWilson356
214995StevenMead357
215516AllanSmallridge358
215567SheldonFlint359
215549AshleyKaye361
215623DavidSloggie362
215504MarkTemple363
215516AllanSmallridge364
215636AlexandraKnowles365
213935GeorgeMihalachi366
215010StephenMundy368
213803CrystalDouthwaite369
214719WayneAdams370
215199SimonScully371
215370MelanieBamford372
215692SteveHayward373
215693PhilMoran375
215604SamEgner376
215548KevHope378
215612VinciFernandez379
215475AlanScott380
215357StephenBowles382
215199SimonScully383
215524LukeCottle384
214612MartinYoung385
215444DarrenWise386
215748HayleySmith389
215755JamesCheyne391
215604SamEgner393
215093KeithWilson394
213822GordonBrooks395
215673DanielWood396
215622johncurtis397
215110NiallCurran398
215113LeeFearnyough400
215593JosephChesworth402
215714JamesFox403
215283DavidSloggie406
214022JamieShuttleworth407
213169ChrisRoss408
215476CallumMcknight409
215429GaryCable410
215649Susanhutchison411
215591JamesTurton412
213803CrystalDouthwaite413
215553JamesLynch414
215251GeorgeSargant415
215561StefanSalliss416
214006VinciFernandez417
215475AlanScott418
215199SimonScully420
215548KevHope421
215540PatrickAustin423
215110NiallCurran424
214602MikeRamsey425
215036JakeLangley427
213350NiallFlorence428
215540PatrickAustin432
215189AdrianSmith435
215195DavidLock436
215516AllanSmallridge437
214612MartinYoung438
215110NiallCurran439
215604SamEgner441
214301PatrycjaKrol443
215691LukasMcloughlan444
215722PaulFouquet445
214301PatrycjaKrol446
215612VinciFernandez447
215673DanielWood448
213816GarethJeffrey449
214450ChrisAdams451
215574CalvinByfield452
213811DanPrice453
215549AshleyKaye454
214902LauraWalsh455
215357StephenBowles456
214677PeterEast-Farrell457
215604SamEgner458
215440IanBaker459
215714JamesFox460
215289Rossbambridge461
214518DanielRoast462
214838KevinHennigan465
215120JackBevan466
213811DanPrice467
215113LeeFearnyough469
215604SamEgner470
215477BenWilds471
215540PatrickAustin472
215540PatrickAustin473
215113LeeFearnyough474
214518DanielRoast475
215574CalvinByfield476
215709DanielCook477
215540PatrickAustin479
215709DanielCook480
215767SamCarlin482
215251GeorgeSargant483
215540PatrickAustin484
215540PatrickAustin485
215185JasonOllerenshaw486
215591JamesTurton487
215610EmmaThirtle488
215665KennethKenny489
215681AndyWright490
215540PatrickAustin491
214374PatrickCharlton493
215432RobertCole495
215636AlexandraKnowles496
215166PawelWojewoda501
214670Aaronsmith502
215638TonyWiltshire503
215555ChrisHill505
215640Mr DavidChow506
215698AndrewFox509
215154GarethSimmons510
215516AllanSmallridge512
215513TonyWiltshire513
215113LeeFearnyough518
215748HayleySmith519
214927AndyHarding520
215504MarkTemple521
215654CharlieSettle522
213907SamCarlin523
215604SamEgner525
215249StevenScurr526
215113LeeFearnyough527
215604SamEgner529
215694NeilKetchley530
215612VinciFernandez531
213350NiallFlorence532
213168IsobelMackenzie537
215549AshleyKaye538
215673DanielWood539
213966HelenWalton540
215160leighSaunders541
213220JamesCheyne542
215693PhilMoran544
215574CalvinByfield545
215540PatrickAustin546
213907SamCarlin547
215629InnesDick548
215123TimBourne549
214546MilesHolness550
215574CalvinByfield551
215429GaryCable552
215229seftongarner553
215157PhilRimmer554
215766TimDavis555
215748HayleySmith557
215720BarnabyClayton-Smith559
213128JordanCheyne561
215623DavidSloggie562
215292TerryFeeley563
215292TerryFeeley564
215473SamCarlin568
213811DanPrice569
215636AlexandraKnowles572
213268MarkHellawell573
215540PatrickAustin574
214978MarkAshurst575
214006VinciFernandez576
215223darrenBrown577
215691LukasMcloughlan579
214093MartinButters580
214541JosephChesworth582
215199SimonScully583
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215575SteveCrabtree586
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215774DavidWilkinson588
213914MartinTaylor589
213907SamCarlin590
215458DanielHarrison591
215628PaulHammond592
214310PaulChapman594
215156MalcolmProctor596
215746LouiseMorgan598
215740MarkWithey600
215473SamCarlin602
214093MartinButters604
214006VinciFernandez606
215113LeeFearnyough607
215760PaulDavies608
215574CalvinByfield609
215145UschiSchomig610
215636AlexandraKnowles611
215199SimonScully612
215675EmmaWoolmer615
215154GarethSimmons616
214006VinciFernandez617
215283DavidSloggie618
215754Adamevans619
215251GeorgeSargant620
214809JordanWoods622
215604SamEgner624
214541JosephChesworth626
215746LouiseMorgan627
215714JamesFox628
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215504MarkTemple633
215604SamEgner634
215497KevinButterworth635
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215217JosephFink638
215557DanielRobertshaw640
214539MartinMedlycott641
214650CharlieBall642
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215729ShaunHennessey648
215586DavidSimpson650
215389StevenMatheson651
214670Aaronsmith652
213935GeorgeMihalachi653
215614AndrewShepherd655
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215030KyleChurchill657
215666AimeeMclean658
215156MalcolmProctor659
215676DonnaStorey660
215575SteveCrabtree661
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215731TonyWright664
215251GeorgeSargant665
215516AllanSmallridge666
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213759AlanBrooks669
215691LukasMcloughlan670
215251GeorgeSargant671
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215638TonyWiltshire673
215540PatrickAustin675
215771DavidWilkinson676
213658NeilLewis677
215201PeterEmblem678
215774DavidWilkinson679
215521RobertHallyburton680
215760PaulDavies681
215681AndyWright682
213168IsobelMackenzie684
215707IainOwen685
215557DanielRobertshaw686
215496DarrenGrant687
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215199SimonScully689
215758AdamBarker690
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213720MichaelPeacock693
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213553KevinMartin695
215156MalcolmProctor697
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215604SamEgner702
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215665KennethKenny705
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215448ChristopherSimpson751
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215233JonEdwards771
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215212ChrisTurner880
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213879LeeLewis882
214304MatthewThomas883
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213812MatthewButcher885
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215647TerryTurton888
215676DonnaStorey889
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215610EmmaThirtle1030
215166PawelWojewoda1031
215456sarathaReeves1032
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214133DarrellCrowter1041
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213220JamesCheyne1047
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215201PeterEmblem1055
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215593JosephChesworth1057
215571NicholasLeighfield1058
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215540PatrickAustin1062
215448ChristopherSimpson1063
213262DavidMitchell1064
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215473SamCarlin1066
215146KerrySpencer1067
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215698AndrewFox1069
215157PhilRimmer1070
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214304MatthewThomas1072
213803CrystalDouthwaite1073
215258JacobHudson1075
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215140SteveHoughton1079
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215625JohnStevens1081
215404MikeAlexander1084
215524LukeCottle1085
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215409SimonHaynes1090
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213381DannyO’Reilly1093
215232JordanWoods1094
215673DanielWood1095
214006VinciFernandez1097
215513TonyWiltshire1098
213425DavidSloggie1099
213811DanPrice1100
215540PatrickAustin1101
215224GarryPollard1102
215521RobertHallyburton1103
214521DarrellCrowter1104
215638TonyWiltshire1105
215619KyleChurchill1106
214541JosephChesworth1111
214902LauraWalsh1115
215604SamEgner1117
215631MatthewHomer1118
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The best gaming PC in 2021

Picking up the best gaming PC saves you the time and hassle of building your own. While it is satisfying to build your gaming rig with your own hands with parts you sourced on your own, DIYers has had a rough year seeing that key hardware components like CPUs and GPUs are nearly impossible to track due to the global tech supply crisis. 

These days the best way to get a hold of a discrete graphics card is by ordering yourself a pre-built online. This beats standing in line outside of a Best Buy at seven in the morning for an RTX 30-series GPU. System builders like Corsair, Alienware, and Lenovo will have an easier time securing these much sought-after parts. Though, you should prepare yourself for some pretty long lead times (with some exceptions) around 3-4 weeks on average. 

The systems below have all of the specs that strike the perfect balance of price and performance. Ideally, your gaming PC will have one of thebest graphics cards and thebest CPUs for gaming. Whether it's 4K gaming or a decent 1080p system that'll spit out a high frame rate for competitive gaming, there's something for everyone. 

To keep you up-to-date with the latest updates and products, we're constantly testing the newest gaming PCs from most major brands and builders to see whose is the fastest, offers the best build quality, and delivers the best service.

Best gaming PCs

1. Alienware Aurora R10

The best AMD gaming PC

Specifications

CPU: AMD Ryzen 5 5600X–Ryzen 9 5950X

GPU: AMD RX 5300–Nvidia RTX 3070

RAM: 8GB–64GB DDR4

Storage: 1TB–2TB HDD + 2TB SSD

Warranty: 1 year (onsite)

Reasons to buy

+AMD CPU + Nvidia GPU combo+Ton of USB ports+After sales care

Reasons to avoid

-Sounds like it'll take off-Divisive case design

Our favorite Aurora R10 config:

Ryzen 7 5800 | Radeon RX 6800 XT | 16GB DDR4-3200
If you thought Nvidia GPUs were tough to find, AMD's GPUs are even rarer. But this config delivers both the latest 8-core Zen 3 CPU and the Radeon RX 6800 XT. That's one of the best gaming processors around and probably the best graphics card AMD has ever created. Quite a combo.View Deal

It took a while to come, but Alienware finally listened and created an AMD-focused line of its popular Aurora machines. The latest edition, the Aurora Ryzen Edition R10, delivers the latest AMD Ryzen 5000-series CPUs and either Nvidia's high-performance RTX 30-series or AMD's RX 6000-series graphics cards.

This is one of the few places you might be able to find yourself an AMD Radeon RX 6800 XT, too—the red team GPU is actually capable of going toe-to-toe with Nvidia's GeForce RTX 3080.

The latest AMD Ryzen processors are exemplary in terms of both performance and price, with the Ryzen 9 5900X, in particular, is a spectacular chip not just for productivity but also for gaming.

The different configurations start at $1,080, for which you get a six-core Ryzen 5 5600X alongside a Radeon RX 5300. We'd recommend upgrading the graphics to a GeForce GTX 1660 Super for less than $30 extra so that you can nail 1080p gaming in that sleek Alienware chassis.

Like the other Aurora cases, it's not necessarily the easiest to upgrade due to its bespoke design, but as a first machine, the R10 will not do you wrong. And given the general component drought right now, the fact that you can bag an all-AMD Alienware machine with just a month lead time is pretty great.

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2. Alienware Aurora R12

The best Intel gaming PC

Specifications

CPU: Intel Core i5 11400F–Core i9 11900KF

GPU: Nvidia GTX 1650 Super–RTX 3090

RAM: 8GB DDR4-3200–128GB DDR4-3400

Storage: Up to 2TB M.2 PCIe SSD + 2TB SATA HDD

Warranty: 1 Year (onsite)

Reasons to buy

+Toolless access+Upgradeable+Solid after-sale support

Reasons to avoid

-Pricey higher end configs-Case starting to show its age

Our favorite Aurora R12 config:

Core i5 11400F | RTX 3060 Ti | 16GB DDR4-3200
This specific configuration of the new Alienware gaming PC will get you the impressive RTX 3060 Ti for a sub $2,000 price tag. You'll also get a new Rocket Lake Core i5 11400F; that's an impressively speedy gaming chip that doesn't demand either crazy cooling or a heap of power. This pairing will deliver seriously high-end gaming performance without breaking the bank.View Deal

While the extra-terrestrial styling may not appeal to everyone, their performance remains undeniable. The freshly minted Aurora R12 uses the same compact design as its R9 and R10 forebears and gives the new Intel 11th Gen processors. Nvidia RTX 30-series GPUs have a home in Alienware's Aurora chassis. 

There are six different configurations of Comet Lake CPU to choose from: the Core i5 11400F, Core i5 11600KF, Core i7 11700F, Core i7 11700KF, Core i9 10900F, and Core i9 11900KF. They're paired with Nvidia GPUs from the GTX 1650 Super up to the unfeasibly expensive RTX 3090. That gives you a range of Alienware gaming machines from reasonably affordable 1080p gaming right up to blistering 4K workload-smashing performance, and the Alienware AIO cooling system will help keep the cozy interior of the case at a reasonable temperature too.

Now, we're not entirely sold on the high-end Rocket Lake 11th Gen CPUs, but the fact that Alienware is now offering the Core i5 11600KF in its Intel range is a great shout. Thanks to their Cypress Cove core architecture, the new Intel Core i5 chips make great gaming CPUs and would probably be our pick for a new Aurora R12 build.

We have played with the RTX 3090 version of the last-gen Aurora R10, sans liquid chilled GPU, and in gaming terms, you're not going to get a lot higher frame rates than you would with the RTX 3080 build. That's not a massive surprise given our testing of the RTX 3090 at launch; it only makes sense if you need that 24GB frame buffer for creative work.

The unconventional design of the case exploits every inch of its limited space but initially feels a bit awkward to tinker with. However, access to nearly every part of the PC without tools is a definite plus and expedites upgrades and maintenance. There's an obvious priority on providing a convenient, premium product with some potential for upgrades, and the Aurora design accomplishes that goal.

The issue with all gaming PCs and parts right now is availability. And that's currently hitting Alienware as hard as the rest. Picking up a new Aurora R12 rig today means you're not going actually to receive it for a month at least.

3. Corsair Vengeance

The best PC for streaming

Specifications

CPU: Up to AMD 5900X | Intel 10850K

GPU: Nvidia RTX 3060 Ti | RTX 3070

RAM: 16GB DDR4-3200

Storage: 1TB SSD

Warranty: 2 year

Reasons to buy

+Solid Performance+4K Capture Card+Cool Case

Reasons to avoid

-No USB Type-C on front panel-Desperately needs a larger SSD

Our favorite Corsair Vengeance config:

Ryzen 5 5600X | RTX 3070
The Vengeance a7200 machine comes with the latest hardware from AMD and Nvidia and will make for one supremely powerful gaming PC straight out of the box. This configuration comes with the outstanding hex-core Ryzen CPU, and Nvidia's outstanding RTX 3070. You'll also find 16GB of DDR4-3200 RAM and a 1TB SSD.View Deal

If you're looking to kick start your career as the next big Twitch streamer, the last thing you need to worry about is letting down your audience because your broadcast crapped out in the middle of your epic Call of Duty: Warzone match. Enter the latest range of Corsair Vengeance gaming PCs.

This powerful AMD/RTX combo means that you'll be able to play and stream most games without much trouble. What makes this system stand out is the optional inclusion of an Elgato 4K60 Pro capture card in the specific 'Streaming' machines. This allows for delay-free 4K gameplay footage capture from your gaming PC, consoles, or 4K camera via HDMI.

Since Corsair acquired Elgato, it now has access to some of the world's best streaming hardware for its Vengeance rigs. Pair that with Corsair's classic component quality, and you have a recipe for not only great gaming PCs but fantastic streaming rigs too. You've got to hand it to Corsair; it sure knows how to build a fine PC.

Read our full Corsair Vengeance A4100 review.

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4. HP Omen

The best gaming PC around $1,500

Specifications

CPU: Intel Core i7 8700

GPU: Nvidia GeForce RTX 2080

RAM: 16GB DDR4-2666

Storage: 256GB M.2 SSD, 2TB HDD

Warranty: 1 year

Reasons to buy

+Powerful components +Designed to remove needless frills and keep costs low

Reasons to avoid

-Limited Software -Not the most optimal airflow

Our favorite HP Omen config:

Core i5 11400 | Nvidia RTX 3060
For under $1,200 you can grab this six-core, 12-thread Rocket Lake gaming PC, one that comes with a robust little Nvidia RTX 3060 with 12GB GDDR6 memory. The standard config comes with 8GB dual-channel memory, and a 256GB SSD, but there are configuration options galore to tweak, and we'd recommend taking a look at a 16GB memory spec with a larger SSD if you can afford it.View Deal

Hewlett Packard has been around since before the Second World War, and that historical expertise is evident in the design and construction of the Omen Obelisk. The Obelisk is highly customizable, starting with a GTX 1660 Super and Ryzen 5 3600 and reaching some top-class parts, including the Nvidia GeForce RTX 3080. We received the original review unit packed an RTX 2080 and an 8th Gen Core i7 8700, but we've come a long way since then.

Perhaps the most impressive part of the Obelisk is the price tag. Despite the high-end RTX card and that rock-solid CPU (as well as 16GB of RAM, a 256GB SSD, and 2TB HDD), the Obelisks comes in just under $2,000. This is primarily due to HP trimming off all the non-essential frills that tend to pad out the price of several similarly specced machines. 

You won't find an over-elaborate liquid cooling system or a massive suite of spectacular RGB lighting; the Obelisk is an appropriately named dense black block of computing power. If you value smooth lines and compact design over the flash and spectacle of RGB, you'll appreciate the dark, slightly brooding aesthetic of the Obelisk.

It's similarly configured to the slightly more expensive Corsair Vengeance, but it comes in a much smaller frame. While on the one hand, there's less space to muck around in the case if you do decide to upgrade in the future, the Obelisk can slip easily into much tighter spaces than a larger case and is easier to transport. It's the epitome of function over form and is available at a great price.

Read our full HP Omen Obelisk review.

5. Origin Chronos

The best AMD-powered small form factor PC

Specifications

CPU: Up to AMD Ryzen 9 5950X

GPU: Up to RTX 3080 Ti

RAM: Up to 32GB 3,000MHz

Storage: Gen4 PCIe SSD up to 2TB

Warranty: 1 year

Reasons to buy

+Powerful Micro gaming rig+Vertical or horizontal positioning+Huge choice of components

Reasons to avoid

-Wifi not great-Limited storage options

Our favorite Origin Chronos config:

Ryzen 9 5900X | RTX 3080
Configure the Chronos with our favorite Zen 3 CPU from AMD and the mighty RTX 3080 GPU from Nvidia, and this small form factor Chronos v2 machine can be both a stunning gaming rig and a hell of a workstation machine too. Especially if you're after something that isn't the size of a house too.View Deal

Origin PC's Chronos machine is a slight form factor build that can house the most powerful gaming components around. And, to be honest, the fact you can squeeze a 12-core Ryzen 9 5900X and an Nvidia GeForce RTX 3080 in there means you could have yourself one hell of a powerful workstation too. That next-gen hardware is now available in the Chronos V2 design.

But that way lies supreme expense. Origin PCs aren't cheap, but they are well-built, super customizable, and you could still create a far more affordable gaming machine from a Ryzen 5 5600X and an RTX 3060 pairing. If you're not sold on the actual Origin Chronos chassis and maybe fancy a little more Perspex in your build, you can go for the lovely Fractal Define Nano S instead. There's also the Fractal ERA if you're the serious type.

That will negate any potential thermal issues you might encounter, dropping super high-end components into the smaller confines of the Chronos case.

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6. Corsair One A200

Our special pick

Specifications

CPU: AMD Ryzen 9 / Intel Core i7–i9

GPU: Up to RTX 3080 Ti

RAM: Up to 64GB DDR4 3200

Storage: Gen4 PCIe SSD up to 2TB

Warranty: 2 year

Reasons to buy

+Unfettered performance for 4K gaming+Simple and easy to use+Surprisingly quiet

Reasons to avoid

-CPU runs a little hot-Not easily upgradeable

Our favorite Corsair One config:

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Corsair has overhauled its compact One gaming PCs with the latest parts from both AMD and Nvidia—and we're here for it.

The Corsair One A200 delivers top-of-the-line gaming performance, which is perhaps unsurprisingly considering its credentials: up to an Nvidia GeForce RTX 3080 Ti and AMD Ryzen 9 5950X. It's wild what you can stuff into such a small chassis nowadays and have it run reasonably cool and quiet too.

The Corsair One achieves this by using two compact liquid coolers, one for the CPU and one for the GPU. You'll have to adjust your expectations for CPU temperatures perhaps a little above your comfort zone during intense operations, but nothing these chips aren't built to handle day in, day out.

It's an impressive PC given its small stature—you could happily sit this PC on your desktop and still leave plenty of room for your gamer drinks and tinted glasses.

Read our full Corsair One A200 review.

Best Gaming PC FAQ

Why buy a pre-built gaming PC?

One of the most significant advantages of building your PC is the ability to hand-pick every single component in the system. This allows you to take your time shopping around for deals and finding the perfect combination of parts to fit your budget and performance needs. The downside for most inexperienced builders is that this process can take some time and can cause quite a headache if something goes wrong. You only get warranties on the individual components, not your finished build, and this is where the best pre-built gaming PCs shine.

What do you get for your money in a pre-built PC?

When you pay the premium to configure or purchase a pre-built PC, you pay for more than just the parts. You pay for warranty service, support, and peace of mind that professionals put your system together. These are some of the things we value highly when considering what the best gaming PC is. We also look at other unique selling points like design, upgradability, and anything you wouldn't be able to do when building it yourself. 

What sets a pre-built machine apart from a DIY build?

One of the most significant factors that make PCs stand apart from the competition is the design. Pre-built systems like the Alienware Aurora R11 or Corsair One use unique in-house chassis designs you wouldn't be able to purchase when building it yourself. You can take some comfort in knowing that these systems were designed and built specially to house your configuration, though that can make upgrading more awkward later on down the line.

When we set out to choose our top choices of pre-built gaming PCs, we look at almost every major manufacturer and system integrator to find the best combination of value, reliability, customer feedback, design, and performance for various budgets and needs.

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Desktops

Desktops

There are plenty of fun and useful things you can do with the right desktop computer. You can surf the web, stay in touch with family and friends, run a business, watch movies and play an array of games. There are also many options when it comes to buying a new desktop PC, and at Sam's Club® you’ll find systems at members-only prices to fit your needs from brands such as Dell and HP.

Processor and RAM

The processor of any new desktop computer, even if it is an all-in-one computer, is the very heart of the machine. It is essentially the brain that's making all of the computer’s decisions. Quicker processors equate to faster gaming and CPU-intensive programs that do a lot of number crunching (such as modeling, video and image editing, statistics or compiling). On the other hand if you’re looking mainly to use social media, send emails, do word processing or are a casual gamer, a slower CPU will easily suit your needs and be less expensive.

How much RAM the computer has works the same way. If you’re running highly intensive software programs, need to manage extremely large files or play top-end games, you’ll want to look for a machine with the most RAM available. But like the CPU, causal users will not need as much.

Be sure to check what software you are using or want to use for the minimum requirements for both.

Gaming PCs

Gaming desktop computers are machines designed specifically for playing games. In addition to having high-end CPUs and lots of RAM, they also come with graphics cards made for high resolution and silky-smooth frame rates.These gaming computers often have lots of room to add peripherals to expand their capabilities, such as joysticks and pedals.

Tower or All-In-One

You might also want to think about whether or not you want a stand-alone tower or an all-in-one computer. The tower is separate from the monitor in the stand-alone version and at times that monitor needs to be purchased separately if it is not part of a desktop with monitor package, while the all-in-one combines the two together for convenience. Towers are generally easier to upgrade, but usually take up more space.

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Product Description

Going from average gamer to gaming legend takes power that doesn’t call for reinforcements. The OMEN Desktop is geared with a cutting-edge design, the industry’s latest hardware, and easy upgradability to crush the latest AAA titles, and give you the top-tier performance competition demands.

Geared for the end-game

Holding the objective takes relentless force. That’s why the OMEN Desktop can wield NVIDIA® dedicated graphics and the latest Intel® or AMD processors [1], unlocked for overclocking [2], so you can send opponents back to their respawn.

Stay cool under pressure

All-around edge vents, a 120mm front fan, and optional liquid cooling help ensure when you’re on fire in-game, your desktop won’t become a molten core. Top that off with a machine-like design and at-the-ready carrying handle, and it’s game over.

RTX. It’s On

Incredibly fast, quiet performance. Real-time ray tracing and AI-enhanced graphics. And the mobility of thin and light designs. All powered by the NVIDIA Turing™ GPU architecture and the groundbreaking RTX platform. It’s everything you want to game your best. And it’s only in GeForce RTX gaming PCs.
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My wife had no choice but to lie on the upper bench in the sauna on her tummy face down. And how one of the guys immediately began to obligingly continue to spank her with a bath broom, she also did not mind at all, but. It seems she obviously liked it. True, that boy was clearly more striving to slap my little wife on the ass, and at the same time his noticeably lustful glances literally glued to the.

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Her with all his powerful body. And again he abruptly left his coveted abode. I watched, as if fascinated, as a huge member of the Arab conjures over the ass of my wife, turning it into a kind of shapeless.



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