Gaming is a huge part of every day life for many people around the world, especially gamers, of course. In a modern climate where technological advancements are rapidly progressing, players of games are certainly spoilt in comparison to say twenty odd years ago when, arguably, not many people could have foreseen the huge growth shown since then. Frankly, it’s been amazing.
The vast array of consoles on offer is highly impressive also, but choosing the best fit for you and your gaming requirements isn’t always simple. When it comes to PC gaming, for example, the choice can be overwhelming with so many high quality offerings available. A PlayStation or an Xbox gamer, on the other hand, doesn’t really have that headache.
Of course some enthusiasts enjoy building their very own PC but for others it is another hassle they simply would rather avoid. Buying the readymade, good-to-go product with the guarantee that it’ll run smoothly with no hitches is worth the extra funds.
So, with that in mind, we thought we’d go through some of the best gaming PCs of 2019 so all you gamers out there can start saving for your next one.
iBuyPower RDY ELIBG207
Considered to be one of the best gaming PCs out there, this is an excellent machine for any diehard gamer. The mighty 2080 Ti and i9-9900K give it huge appeal, as does its ability to run modern, triple-A titles at 4K Ultra at anything approaching a smooth 60 FPS. On top of this, it actually costs less to buy the machine outright than it would if you were to put it together yourself. It’s a beautiful looking PC too, with tempered glass panels on the front and left side, showing off an array of RGB lit components.
CyberpowerPC Gamer Xtreme
A PC for the budget conscious, the CyberpowerPC Gamer Xtreme features an Intel Core i5-8400, AMD’s RX 580 4GB and 8GB of DDR4 ram. If you were to build this machine yourself, it would be far more expensive. Ideal for VR gaming, this machine can be easily upgraded too. Of course you don’t necessarily need to upgrade it, it’s still an excellent machine, it just depends on the type of gaming you’re into. Canadians can enjoy playing blackjack and simple games on it, but more advanced games can be enjoyed on it too. The fact you can upgrade so many features on this machine makes it almost like a little project, but the end results could be even more spectacular.
Hewlett Packard have been around long enough to know what they’re doing and this machine highlights that quite nicely. The Obelisk is highly customisable on the HP storefront, starting at a GTX 1060 and Ryzen 5 2500X. Despite a new, high-end RTX card and a CPU (as well as 16GB of RAM, a 256GB SSD and 2TB HDD), the HP Omen Obelisk is one of the cheaper gaming PCs out there and represents fantastic value for money.
Corsair One i160
Back with a brand new model, the Corsair One has always been one of the most highly rated PCs in recent times but this latest version is superb. With updated hardware, a revamped internal layout – amongst a whole host of other adjustments – this machine is a must-buy for gamers. The case design still looks slick and the CPU and GPU both still use independent liquid cooling solutions. Another slight adjustment, the PSU now sits below the motherboard and some of the USB ports have been re-positioned on the front of the case. The Corsair One is back with a bang!