The Best Gaming PCs of 2022: Serious Power for Serious Gamers

The Best Gaming PCs of 2022: Serious Power for Serious Gamers

Looking for the best gaming PC in 2022? You’re in luck, because this article has your answers! Gaming PCs have been on the rise in recent years, but with so many options out there, it can be hard to find the right one for you. This guide will help you narrow down your choices so that you can easily find the perfect machine to bring home your next big win at work or school.

Nvidia GeForce RTX 2080 Ti

Ever since its debut, the GeForce RTX 2080 Ti has been the most powerful graphics card on the market. Sporting a large 11GB GDDR6 frame buffer and fast 16Gbps memory throughput, it can handle any task you throw at it without breaking a sweat. It also has incredible overclocking potential with a boosted 2,093MHz clock speed achieved on air cooling that can be pushed up to 2,950MHz using liquid nitrogen!

Ready to jump in? All this power comes at a price, but thankfully there are plenty of options to suit your budget. If you’re just looking for an affordable solution while waiting for prices to come down or want to start out small before building your dream machine, we recommend checking out the Alienware Aurora R8 (starting at $1,299). While this system may not offer as much power as our top pick, it’s more than enough if all you’re doing is streaming or some light gaming.

And if you have a little more cash burning a hole in your pocket? Get yourself an Asus ROG Zephyrus GX501VS-XS71 which starts at $2,599. Yes, it costs twice as much as the average PC, but you get double the performance—and then some—thanks to Nvidia’s newest GPU technology. With four GeForce RTX 2080s in SLI mode and Intel Core i7-8700K processor powering them from behind the scenes, this rig will give you 8K gameplay without a hitch—provided your monitor supports it!

It doesn’t stop there though; once again Asus has gone above and beyond with their overclockable GPU setup allowing these GPUs to push speeds up past 4GHz under load!

 Radeon VII

This card offers serious performance, thanks to 7nm production process technology and 36 computing units. AMD reckons it’s up to four times as powerful as its predecessors. The Radeon VII has 16GB memory and a 3200MHz bandwidth too. It’s the gamer’s choice card in many ways – just remember to keep your expectations in check when it comes to the asking price. There are plenty of choices if you’re looking for something less expensive.

If you’re happy with integrated graphics, Intel still has some great options like their 9th-generation processors that offer excellent integrated graphics capabilities. Intel also has 9th-generation H series CPUs with their new UHD 620 Integrated Graphics processor that can handle 4K content playback easily. If you don’t need the power then take a look at the 8th-generation Core i3 processors that start at under $100 and have really good performance from an integrated graphics standpoint.

 Asus GeForce GTX 1080 Ti Strix OC Edition

A beautiful and powerful card that overclocks well beyond factory specifications, delivering a significant performance increase. The design is amazing with all the pipes coming out the back and heat sink/fan on top making it one heck of a video card that screams in HD.

It may not be the most efficient cooling system, but it does what its supposed to do, keep this powerhouse nice and cool for all you gamers out there. All in all, this is probably one of the best GTX 1080 Ti cards on the market! However, if your looking for something more affordable the Asus GeForce GTX 1070 is another great option.

 Intel i9-9920X Processor

With 12 cores and 24 threads, the Intel i9-9920X Processor (as well as the older Intel i9-9900K) is a powerful CPU that will blow through any processor intensive task you throw at it. This CPU is great for gaming because it has a base clock speed of 3.0GHz and up to 4.8GHz in turbo mode; but its power means it also clocks high on all processor tasks as well.

With an unheard-of price tag right now, we would recommend going with the previous generation flagship Intel i9-9900K or even waiting until next year’s release in order to get your hands on this product at a more affordable price. -XZL1126 1947 The best graphics card for 2019: NVIDIA GeForce RTX 2080 Ti 11GB OC Edition

AMD Ryzen 7 2700X Processor

Intel i7-8700K Processor For those who are looking for something less expensive than the Intel i9-9900K and still want some good performance from their processor, then the Intel i7-8700K may be a better option. It does not have as many cores or threads as the 9900K, but it still boasts 6 cores and 12 threads so performance should be comparable.

Unlike other processors in its category which max out at 16GB of RAM, this CPU can handle up to 64GB making multitasking easier if you’re using programs like Photoshop while gaming at the same time. However, if memory isn’t an issue then our recommendation would be to go with the cheaper 9900K instead since it has higher clock speeds than the 8700k while being priced similarly.–JT

 Corsair One Pro

CPU – Intel Core i7-8700K 3.7 GHz 6-Core Processor

Memory – 16GB Corsair Vengeance LPX DDR4 3000MHz (2x8GB) Desktop Memory Kit

Graphics Card – NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1080 Ti 11GB

Case – Corsair Carbide Series Clear 400C Compact ATX Mid Tower Case Hard Drive – 500GB Samsung 860 EVO SATA III 2.5 Inch SSD

RAM – 32GB G.Skill TridentZ RGB Series DDR4-3200 MHz (2x16GB)

Power Supply – 650W EVGA SuperNOVA 80+ Gold Certified Fully Modular Power Supply Operating System – Windows 10 Home 64-bit

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