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Not everyone has time to build their own gaming PC, which is why we offer a wide-range with different performance and price points. Whether you're a casual gamer, a moderate player, or fancy yourself as an e-sports competitor, you're sure to find a rig will give you the performance you need.
How much does it cost for a decent gaming PC?
The price of gaming PCs varies widely. It is possible to find a cheap set-up, but it will have lower specs and struggle to hit 60fps in modern titles. You may need to run games at lower graphics settings in some circumstances.
The price of a gaming PC entirely relies on the price of the hardware on board a cutting-edge processor with a high number of CPU cores, and a more advanced graphics card are both requirements of running intense programs such as games that will increase the price of the rig.
What is the best gaming PC for under £500?
For under £500, you can expect mid-level specs that will run most games well enough, but settings may have to be lowered in some cases to ensure smooth game play in more intense titles.
You can expect hardware such as AMD Ryzen 3 or 5 processors on board, and graphics cards around the spec of the AMD Radeon Vega 8. Take a look rigs such as the Cyberpower A10 9700 8GB RAM 1TB HDD Win10 Gaming PC or the Punch Technology Ryzen 5 Gaming PC above.