[SOLVED] Which of these prebuilt gaming PCs would you recommend for playing new games at high settings? I will mostly use it for gaming.

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Of the 3, the first one has the best graphics card which is better for gaming. I like the 3700x in the other system because I don't feel it will get outdated as quickly. But you take a step back on the graphics card. The one with it would still do good. Conventional wisdom has been that your graphics card is more important to gaming than processor.

I would recommend that if possible, you replace the power supply immediately in any of those systems with a quality unit. Or as soon as possible. Pre built PC's are notorious for using off brand or cheaper power supplies that can sometimes fail. If they do, sometimes cheap power supplies can take fry the rest of your computer. So I would consider replacing for your own peace of mind.

Also, as you are looking, the ryzen 3000 series chips are good. The 3600x for example is about the same as the i7 8700k according to benchmarks. So if you find a deal on a system with one of those or better, it's worth a look.
 
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Of the 3, the first one has the best graphics card which is better for gaming. I like the 3700x in the other system because I don't feel it will get outdated as quickly. But you take a step back on the graphics card. The one with it would still do good. Conventional wisdom has been that your graphics card is more important to gaming than processor.

I would recommend that if possible, you replace the power supply immediately in any of those systems with a quality unit. Or as soon as possible. Pre built PC's are notorious for using off brand or cheaper power supplies that can sometimes fail. If they do, sometimes cheap power supplies can take fry the rest of your computer. So I would consider replacing for your own peace of mind.

Also, as you are looking, the ryzen 3000 series chips are good. The 3600x for example is about the same as the i7 8700k according to benchmarks. So if you find a deal on a system with one of those or better, it's worth a look.
 
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