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May 25, 2020    Christian    Gaming PC Build

How much does it cost to build a good gaming PC?

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If you’re new to the PC Master Race or you’ve just started looking into it, you may be questioning how much a decent entry gaming PC would cost. In this guide, we’ll inform you about the general cost of a prebuilt gaming PC in 2020, whether that would be an entry-level tier PC, a mid-tier PC or high-end tier PC.

Your expectations on graphics settings are the ultimate determining factor for pricing. An entry-level prebuilt gaming PC, capable of playing Esports titles flawlessly and newer AAA titles on lower settings and at lower resolutions, will likely average around $1300 in the wider market. If you want your gaming PC to run triple-A titles at Ultra settings, on a 1440P or 4K monitor at 60+ FPS, then you will be hard-pressed to find anything in the prebuilt market for less than $2500.

We do things a little differently.

We believe in, and are dedicated to, lowering the cost of entry to build a gaming PC, across every tier. Every one of our gaming PCs offers outstanding performance, a range of upgrade options to suit any budget, intended game, or hardware preference, and unmatched value.


The ALLIED GAMING PC RANGE

If you’re looking for a budget-friendly entry-level gaming PC build, then we recommend checking out the Allied Stinger-A or the Allied Stinger-I:

ALLIED STINGER – AU$999

AMD 3000 Series: Allied Stinger-A
Intel 10th Generation: Allied Stinger-I

THE HIP POCKET-FRIENDLY ROCKET.


Offering uncompromising performance in a compact steel case with striking, curved front panel, the Allied Stinger-A packs a whallop in every place it really matters.

Base Component Specifications:

  1. Processor: AMD Ryzen 3 3100 / Intel Core i3 10100
    Up to AMD Ryzen 7 3000 Series and Intel Core i7 10th Generation processors
  2. Motherboard: AMD B450 / Intel B460
    Up to Intel Z490 Motherboards with Wi-Fi capability
  3. Graphics Card: Single NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1650 4GB
    Up to NVIDIA GeForce RTX 2060 Super graphics
  4. Memory: 8GB DDR4 [2666MHz]
    Up to 64GB DDR4 [3200MHz] RAM capacity
  5. Operating System Drive: 240GB SSD
    Up to 1TB M.2 NVME Solid State Drive capacity including additional drive options
  6. Power Supply: Allied Power Supply
    Up to 80+ Gold PSU

If you’re looking to build a powerful mid-tier gaming PC, then we recommend checking out the Allied Patriot-A or the Allied Patriot-I:

ALLIED PATRIOT – AU$1,249

AMD 3000 Series: Allied Patriot-A
Intel 10th Generation: Allied Patriot-I

TARGET: ACQUIRED.
The versatile Allied Patriot-A is a quadruple-threat, offering style, functionality, performance and value that’s impossible to ignore.

Base Component Specifications:

  1. Processor: AMD Ryzen 5 3500X / Intel Core i5 10400
    Up to AMD Ryzen 9 3000 Series and Intel Core i9 10th Generation processors
  2. Motherboard: AMD B450 / Intel B460
    Up to AMD X570 and Intel Z490 Motherboards with Wi-Fi capability
  3. Graphics Card: Single NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1660 6GB
    Up to NVIDIA GeForce RTX 3000 series graphics
  4. Memory: 8GB DDR4 [2666MHz]
    Up to 64GB DDR4 [3200MHz] RAM capacity
  5. Operating System Drive: 240GB SSD
    Up to 1TB M.2 NVME Solid State Drive capacity including additional drive options
  6. Power Supply: Allied Power Supply
    Up to 80+ Platinum Power supply

If you’re looking to build a high-end tier gaming PC, then we recommend checking out the Allied M.O.A.B-A or the Allied M.O.A.B -I:

ALLIED M.O.A.B. – AU$2,699

AMD 3000 Series: Allied M.O.A.B-A
Intel 10th Generation: Allied M.O.A.B-I

ONLY IF YOU’RE SERIOUS.
There’s nothing subtle about the Allied M.O.A.B., and that’s by design. Every aspect – its sheer size, weight, and presence – is intended to shock and awe. With a mind-blowingly powerful array of component options on the inside, incredible exterior lines and custom skinning on the toughened tempered glass side panels available on the outside, if you’re serious about making your PC the centre of your gaming world, so are we.

Base Component Specifications:

  1. Processor: AMD Ryzen 7 3700X / Intel Core i7 10700
    Up to AMD Ryzen 9 3000 Series and Intel Core i9 10th Generation processors
  2. Motherboard: AMD X570 / Intel Z490
    Up to AMD X570 and Intel Z490 Motherboards with Wi-Fi capability
  3. Graphics Card: Single NVIDIA GeForce RTX 3080 10GB
    Up to NVIDIA GeForce RTX 3000 series graphics and DeepFreeze Liquid Cooled graphics available to single graphics only
  4. Memory: 16GB DDR4 [2666MHz]
    Up to 64GB DDR4 [3200MHz] RAM capacity
  5. Operating System Drive: 240GB M.2 NVME SSD
    Up to 1TB M.2 NVME Solid State Drive capacity including additional drive options
  6. Power Supply: Allied 80+ Gold PSU
    Up to 80+ Platinum Power supply threshold

Each of our gaming desktops within our PC family are fully customizable, therefore you have the freedom of configuring the Allied Patriot, which starts out a mid-tier rig, all the way up to a high-end tier gaming PC.


We hope our guide has given you some insight into how much a good gaming PC can cost. If you’re wanting to build your own gaming PC instead of looking at our pre-built options, then I would recommend checking out our PC components as we may have something that will catch your eye for adding into your dream gaming PC.




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