Question What is the best prebuilt PC?

Mar 22, 2019
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I am looking for a PC in the 800-900 range that is prebuilt because I don't want to risk doing anything wrong building one. What's the best prebuilt PC you guys think there is for this budget?
 
Mar 22, 2019
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What do you intend on using this for? Gaming, streaming, video editing, youtube viewing, web browsing etc...
Do you perfer any brands?
Do you need a large amount of storage?
Do you need mouse keyboard or monitor?
I intend to use it for gaming, video editing, watching YouTube, doing homework, the basic stuff. I don't need a mouse, keyboard, and don't prefer any brand over another (needs to be a windows PC tho of). As for a monitor, yes, but not included in the budget.

And for storage is debatable. I will probably not need more than 500 gb.
 

USAFRet

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I intend to use it for gaming, video editing, watching YouTube, doing homework, the basic stuff. I don't need a mouse, keyboard, and don't prefer any brand over another (needs to be a windows PC tho of). As for a monitor, yes, but not included in the budget.

And for storage is debatable. I will probably not need more than 500 gb.
Gaming + vid editing = much more than a single 500GB drive.
 

tennis2

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This is a good setup as long as they didnt cheap out on psu. I think that the best option for $850 above. I would buy a decent 1080p ips panel for about $100 to go with that pc.
Personally I'd be looking at a ~$200 FreeSync monitor (with display port in case you get Nvidia GPU).
The $720 computer I linked shows a picture of the PSU....although it also clearly shows a mechanical hard drive, which isn't in the specs.... Either way, I don't think many pre-built machines are going to come with a fantastic PSU.
 

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