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CyberPowerPC is the place to go for all your gaming pc needs. We offer the largest selection of custom built gaming pcs and prebuilt gaming pcs for any pc gamer. Our gaming computers are top of the line and sure to give you the gaming edge you need to dominate your opponents. In addition, our gaming desktop computers are also perfect for gaming and offer the power and performance you need to take your gaming to the next level. With a huge selection of top components from CPUs to GPUs and motherboards you pick the exact parts you want from the brands you trust and we'll built the system of your dreams exactly to your specifications. Or if you aren't looking to customize, we have prebuilt gaming pc configurations that are ready to ship today so you can start gaming tomorrow. So, if you're looking for a new gaming computer, we are sure we've got what you are looking for below.
What is a decent price for a gaming PC?
How decent a price is depends on many factors, one of these is if it’s good enough to play the game you like. A system decent enough for one game may not be decent at all for another game.
Is it cheaper to build or buy a gaming PC?
In most situations you will not save much money when building your own computer compared to buying a custom PC from CyberPowerPC. In fact, we suggest you compare it yourself by using a tool like PCPartPicker to compare the prices.
Is 16 GB of RAM good?
16 GB of RAM is a decent enough amount that you probably won't run into issues with most games. Even 8GB in most cases is enough if you avoid having too many browser tabs open at once. However, for graphic design, video or 3D rendering, 32 GB more ideal.
What PC is best for Minecraft?
At the basic level, you can get a way a system under $800. However, once you start doing things like using shader mod packs or raising thousands of chickens, the system requirements can start scaling up quickly where even top-of-the-line PCs can struggle.