There are a number of the best gaming in the world, we are only discussing three gaming PCs and their full specification listed below.
1. Origin Millennium
Origin’s latest offering, the Millennium is an utterly monstrous gaming PC. It’s so powerful in fact, that it can even emulate famous games consoles such as the Nintendo 64 and PlayStation One, meaning you can play all of your favorite titles straight out of the box. No modifications are required! With this machine, you’ll be playing in 4K at over 60fps within minutes of unboxing it. Plus there are some great deals to be had if you’re looking for Ubuntu support or want to include a 7 year extended warranty. Watch out though, because just one whiff of this PC will have your wallet feeling quite light.
2. Digital Storm Bolt 2 (AKA The Ultimate Gaming PC)
If money is no object, and you want the best of the best, then look no further. The Bolt II is our top choice for those who can afford it. If money’s a bit tight though, have no fear, Digital Storm is offering their own budget-friendly line of PCs. It features water-cooling on both CPU and GPU, so this PC will run beautifully even during intense gaming sessions. Its’ storage space is vast too! With two 480GB SSDs as well as a 3TB hard drive, you’ll never have to stop playing to clear out your storage again. This machine also has Intel i7 processors across the board with 16GB DDR4 RAM, giving it an estimated performance index score of 1,841 which makes it 50% faster than your average gaming PC. If you’re looking for a machine that can do it all and with style too, then the Bolt 2 is the one to go for.
3. Alienware Aurora R5 (AKA The Monster Gaming PC)
Alienware may sound like some sort of bizarre energy drink, but we assure you they make incredible PCs. They’ve been in the industry since 1996 and they know their stuff! This model has an Intel i7-6700K processor, 512GB SSD, and 8GB DDR4 RAM just to start off with! Weighing in at 14kg its’ massive case houses not only these massive specs but also three hard drives capable of storing over 6TB worth of games and media. If you’re looking for a PC that will last then this is the one. With an estimated performance index score of 1,375, it’s slightly less powerful than Digital Storm’s Bolt II, but what it lacks in speed it makes up for by being expandable. This means if you need more space or want to upgrade certain components, all you have to do is open the side panel.