It is a known fact that you can play your games anywhere if you are someone who is dedicated to gaming. The equipment might be your smartphone, tablet, low-level desktop or a comparative device. However, the fact remains that if you are interested in gaming than you need a decent gaming desktop so that you can take advantage of that increased power to play high-end games. Now, there is always the option of building a gaming PC which might turn out to be a lot cheaper for most purposes. However, not everyone is skilled at choosing what is best for them when they want to play games.
So it is obvious that people will choose PCs that are pre-made for their gaming requirements. So Dell has just released its new lineup of desktop gaming PCs which are in its Dell G5 lineup. The new desktop CPUs are both entry-level as well as mid-tier and we know that the entry-level PCs are enough for casual gaming while you need mid-tier and high-end powerful gaming PCs for beefy games. Talking about Dell G5 PCs, the first entry-level gaming PC from the company has an Intel 9th generation Core i7 9700K and a 9th Gen Intel Core i5 9600K.
You can also choose between 8GB of RAM or 16GB of RAM while choosing between 1TB of hard disk or 512GB of SSD storage. Also, you get the option of choosing from different graphic cards ranging from GTX 1650 all the way up to an RTX 2060 GPU. Dell’s Product manager, on the launch of its Dell G5 desktop CPUs, said that “We wanted to close the year on a high note with these gaming desktops. With the new Dell G5, entry-level gamers now have an easy choice to make, without compromising on performance. Whether you are new to PC gaming or entering the professional leagues, Dell has it all.”
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