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Are Pre Built Gaming PCs worth it?

 Are you considering buying a purpose built gaming pc, but not sure whether it is the right choice? In this post, we will take a look at the benefits of buying a pre built gaming pc, which will hopefully help you make the right choice for your gaming endeavours!

Purchasing a gaming pc is not easy – it is a big investment and you want to make sure the choice is worth it! If you are a serious gamer, you need something that will fit your specs as well as last a long time. You don’t want to have to replace it again in a few years, they aren’t cheap!

Speed and convenience

First up, let’s look at convenience. Purchasing a pre built gaming pc is minimal effort. Research what you need, place your order and you can usually have them delivered within a week. Quick and easy. If you aren’t good with hardware, or know your CPU from your GPU, or you don’t have much time on your hands, this is probably one of the biggest benefits for you. If you choose to custom build your own, this requires a lot of research into specs, building and hunting for the best suppliers/bargains you can find on the internet.

Performance

Next, let’s look at performance. Pre-built gaming PCs are built with gamers in mind, so they are specifically designed to withstand the most demanding games, including triple-A games of 60FPS at 1080 resolution.

This doesn’t necessarily mean that any gaming PC will do. Do your research, know what games you want to play and their specific requirements and double check with the suppliers before your purchase. In most cases, there is usually an option to configure the PC upon purchase, too. So you can tell them what you want delivered. You can also speak with their specialists in store or online, to choose the right one for you.

Technical Support

If you encounter any issues, all you need to do is contact your technical support team. Tech companies usually have a dedicated team on hand to support you whenever you need them. Some issues may take a quick online diagnosis and others, you may need to ship off to get sorted. Either way, it is out of your hands and not something you need to worry about. It saves you having to conduct research, troubleshooting and taking apart your device. If you are not familiar with the hardware, this can prove tricky and time consuming.

Warranty

Following on from the point above, if there is an issue, you are usually covered by warranty. This includes every piece of hardware inside the PC. Specialists will usually find the issue, and replace the individual component causing problems, or have a replacement on standby. Again, making it quick and easy to solve any issues that may arise.

Good if you are on a budget

Pre built gaming PCs are usually cheaper, as many manufacturers now offer bundles to entice more sales. If you are building your own PC, pricing is always a risk, as it depends what access you have to different suppliers and deals!

So, which will you choose? Buying a pre built gaming pc definitely seems to be the most practical and cost worthy solution, without compromising on performance!

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