Top 10 Gaming PCs 2010

When buying a gaming PC, doing some research before investing is an essential part of the play, otherwise you might as well donate that money to charity.  An all eye-candy PC can be a real icing on the cake if you have one hell of an interior (performance wise). Usually Gaming computers are equipped with more than enough ports including USB, FireWire, headphone and microphone ports on the front of the tower which makes it easy to plug in all your gaming peripherals. These are not your typical desktops though; gaming computers incorporate style and portability so that they look as good as they perform. Here we enlist the top 10 Gaming machines of 2010.

No 10. HP Pavilion Elite

Starting Price $856
Motherboard Intel X58
Processor Intel Core i7-920 2.66GHz 1MB L2 Cache
Memory 8GB (4 x 2GB) 1066MHz DDR3
Video Card NVIDIA GeForce GT 220 1GB
Audio Integrated 7.1 channel

With gaming not exactly their thing of fun HP’s Pavilion Elite starts off the proceedings at number 10. The HP Pavilion Elite HPE-180t is their best gaming PC available. You have the option to customize it before you order. At this price, you can pretty much play all the games with some settings tuned down but this machine cannot be guaranteed to working with upcoming PC titles.

No 9. Dell XPS 730x

Starting Price $1,200
Processor Intel Core i7-920 2.66GHz 1MB L2 Cache
Memory 3GB (3 x 1GB) 1066MHz DDR3
Video Card Dual NVIDIA GeForce 9800 GT 1GB SLI
Audio Integrated 7.1 channel

The XPS 730x has although taken a backseat now, but it still provides an excellent gaming experience. It may not have all the fancy stuff that Dell’s Alienware models have, but this system can pretty much digest any game you give to it. The best part being that it costs only $1200. With its Intel Core i7 920 CPU @2.66 GHz to its 750 GB hard drive it comes with an almost an ancient Windows vista.

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