Looking for recommendation for Windows based gaming desktop
My number two son is looking to replace his old(ish) Alienware laptop with a new gaming desktop. He is leaning toward another Alienware (although desktop this time rather than notebook). Does anyone have any recommendations that aren't in the super-ultimate-deluxe-megabucks category? His reason for going to a desktop system is for the ability to replace components as they become obsolete (primarily video cards). Some newer games will not run on the older video hardware on the noteboook.
u can build a pc (desktop) for about 500 bucks to compete with a ps4 or do even better. but if ur willing to pay the price, u can get parts for the pc like a nvidia titan gpu that will run the games at 4k. also the haswell-e intel i7 is really good. theres a model that clocks at 4.4ghz (not overclocked).
also the price to build will vary depending on where u live. theres also a slightly cheaper video card like radeon r9 series or nvidia 750ti.
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