The 10 Best Prebuilt Gaming PC's Of 2019

The 10 Best Prebuilt Gaming PC's Of 2019

July 02, 2019

Welcome to our list of the best-prebuilt gaming PCs of 2019. Get ready for the onslaught of outstanding games coming out in 2019 and beyond, it only makes sense to invest some money into one of the best-prebuilt gaming PCs. No matter which games you enjoys playing, having one of the best PCs can take your gaming experience to the next level. If you're still unsure about which system to pick, then keep reading.

I have covered everything you need to know so that you have a definite idea which PC is best suited for your needs. From some of the most popular manufacturers from Alienware to more unknown brands like Origin. These are the best-prebuilt gaming PCs of 2019 you can buy right now, and they will all be able to handle any PC game you throw at them.

1. Corsair One i160

'The absolute best gaming PC of 2019.'

CPU: Intel Core i7-9700K - Intel Core i9-9900K
Graphics Specs: Nvidia GeForce RTX 2080 - RTX 2080 Ti
Storage Capacity: 480GB M.2 SSD/2TB HDD

The Corsair One had been among the most excellent gaming PCs ever since its appearance a few years ago, but the Corsair One i160 takes things to an entirely new level with it's Nvidia Turing graphics and Intel Coffee Lake Refresh, processors. With this gaming PC, you’ll be able to game in 4K on a computer that’s not much larger than your ordinary gaming console. It is pricey though – that much power needs to be – but it's worth it if you’re looking for a small form factor machine without any compromises.

2. Alienware Aurora R7

'Easy to use and sleek chassis.'

CPU: Intel Core i5-9400 – i9-9900K
Graphics Specs: AMD Radeon RX 560X – Nvidia GeForce RTX 2080 Ti
RAM: up to 64GB
Storage Capacity: 1TB HDD – 2TB SSD, 2TB HDD

The Alienware Aurora R7 is an achievement of engineering, packing traditional full-sized PC components into a chassis smaller than your typical mid-tower PC case. At the same time, it manages to be readily upgradeable. When you are spending this much money on a gaming PC, you would expect at least one of these things to be correct, but the Alienware Aurora R7 nails them both. It’s not hard to see why this is one of the best gaming PCs on the market in 2019.

3. Corsair Vengeance Gaming PC

'The ultimate pre-built gaming PC for gamers looking to upgrade of 2019'

CPU: Intel Core i7-8700 – i7-9700K
Graphics Specs: NVIDIA GeForce RTX 2080
RAM: 16GB - 32GB
Storage Capacity: 480GB SSD, 2TB HDD - 960GB SSD

Promoting one of the greatest Micro ATX cases I have seen so far is hardly The Corsair Vengeance’s only winning factor. This PC has a lot more going for it that makes it not just the best gaming PC, but also of the best PCs on the market to date. Amongst its list of unbelievable features is its effortlessly upgradeable and customizable framework, takes in large part to its tool-less design and its incredible performance that holds its own next to the most powerful gaming PCs on the market. Don't forget about that gorgeous RGB lighting?

4. Intel Hades Canyon NUC

'The best small form factor gaming PC of 2019.'

CPU: Intel Core i7
Graphics Specs: Radeon RX Vega M GL – GH
RAM: up to 64GB
Storage Capacity: up to 2TB SSD, 2TB SSD

If you’re in the market for the best gaming PC under $1,000, the Intel Hades Canyon NUC might be your ideal PC. This small gaming PC isn’t just cost-effective, but space-saving as well. It resembles something like a set-top box than a traditional gaming PC. It comes with all the power the best gaming laptops should, with an 8th-generation Intel Core i7 processor and discrete AMD Radeon graphics. You will have to supply your RAM, storage, and OS.

5. HP Omen Obelisk

'Tricked out to the max, only for the hardcore gamer.'

CPU: Intel Core i5-8400 – i5-9600K
Graphics Specs: Nvidia GeForce GTX 1050 Ti – RTX 2080Ti
RAM: up to 64GB
Storage Capacity: 1TB HDD – 1TB SSD, 3TB+3TB HDD

When you have got the necessary funds for a top of the line PC configuration, you will get a powerhouse. Regrettably, budget PC buyers will have to be satisfied with gameplay at medium settings. However, because of its high upgradability and tool-less design, budget buyers aren’t too far away from the best gaming experience on Ultra or Max settings either. 

6. Lenovo IdeaCentre Y900

'The best tooless high end gaming PC.'

CPU: Intel Core i5-6600K – i7-6700K
Graphics Specs: Nvidia GeForce GTX 1070 – 1080
RAM: 8GB – 16GB DDR4 (2,133MHz)
Storage Capacity: 1TB HDD – 2TB HDD, 256GB SSD

If you are buying a pre-built PC, upgrades should be simple, and that’s the theory behind the Lenovo IdeaCentre Y900. Decorated with red lights all over, the front of its chassis is painted with textured patterns. On top of giving support for a VR-ready GTX 1080, the Lenovo IdeaCentre also promotes SLI support and room for up to 64GB of RAM, which is thankfully complemented by a practical tool-less design.

7. Dell XPS Tower Special Edition

'Looks and plays the part.'

CPU: Intel Core i5-9400 – i9-9900K
Graphics Specs: Nvidia GeForce GTX 1050 Ti – 1080
RAM: 8GB – 64GB
Storage Capacity: 256GB SSD, 2TB HDD – 2TB SSD, 2TB HDD

Similar to the sublime Dell XPS 13, this obscure gaming PC looks a lot like the computer that’s been collecting dust in your attic, rather than something playing the latest PC games. Beneath that quiet surface, the Dell XPS Tower is one of the best gaming PCs on the market, equipped 8th-generation Intel Coffee Lake processors and Nvidia GTX 10-series graphics cards. With the Dell XPS Tower Special Edition, you are getting one of the best gaming PCs money can buy.

8. Origin Millennium

'The best gaming PC of 2019 for configuration options'

CPU: Intel Core i5 9600K – i9 9980XE
Graphics Specs: Nvidia GeForce GTX 1660 – Titan
RAM: 16GB – 64GB
Storage Capacity: 250GB SSD – 4TB HDD

When you pick up a new PC from Origin, you do have to be familiar enough with PC components to decide for yourself what goes into this PC and how much money you’re willing to fork out. The only real critique of the Origin Millennium is that you can build a similar gaming PC yourself and save quite a bit of money. 

9. Alienware Area 51 Threadripper Edition

'Insane power comes at a cost.'

CPU: AMD Ryzen Threadripper 2920X – 2950X
Graphics Specs: Nvidia GeForce GTX 1050Ti – Dual Nvidia GeForce RTX 2080 Ti
RAM: 8GB – 64GB
Storage Capacity: 2TB HDD – 2TB SSD; 2TB HDD

In classic Alienware fashion, the Area 51 Threadripper Edition strains the limits of both technology and your hip pocket. It’s fiercely powerful, touting the latest AMD Ryzen Threadripper 1950X across all of its configurations. Area 51’s triad-design hadn't changed much since its inception back in 2014, but on the inside, this PC is essentially tool-less to upgrade, not that you would even need to.

10. MSI Trident X

'Incrediblely powerful performance.'

CPU: Intel Core i7-9700K – i9-9900K
Graphics Specs: Nvidia GeForce RTX 2070 – 2080
Storage Capacity: 512GB SSD – 256GB SSD, 2TB HDD

It was only a matter of time before gaming PCs started coming out with the latest Coffee Lake Refresh and Nvidia Turing parts, and the MSI Trident X is here to start the onset. This little gaming PC will obliterate any game you throw at it, in any resolution. Just remember that the thin metal build is a little fragile for travel, and its price tag is quite high, however, if you’re looking for no-holds-barred power that will fit snugly in your living room, you can’t do much better.

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