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(Best) Prebuilt Gaming PC with RTX 3090/3080/3070 Graphics Card

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Getting the latest and fastest PC components nowadays seems to be quite difficult due to the very low supply; especially the new RTX 30 series cards or Ryzen’s 5000 CPU. If you don’t have a gaming PC yet or you plan to upgrade from a much older system, one of the better ways to get an RTX 3090/3080/3070 graphics card is by getting a prebuilt system. In this article, we listed some of what we think are the best prebuilt gaming PCs in the market. These gaming PCs are powered with the latest GeForce RTX 30 series graphics cards and some of the faster or newer CPUs. Go ahead and check them below.

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(Best) Prebuilt Gaming Desktop PCs with RTX 30 Series GPUs

First, I’ll list down the different prebuilt gaming PCs that are powered with one of the RTX 30 series GPUs. Most of these gaming PCs are from System Integrators (SI). SI doesn’t manufacture any of the parts; instead, they assemble and build gaming PCs using different components from different brands.

OEMs on the other hand are large companies like Dell, HP, or MSI. They use their components for their PC. I have listed some below as well, but are sold through the system integrators.

Also, notice that I put the word “best” inside a parenthesis. While some of these prebuilt gaming PC looks nice and seems well-spec; they may not be the “best” depending on the criteria. Some of these gaming PCs are built with the best components; while others aren’t really “best”, but I can consider it as a “better” or “good” option.

ModelAvailabilityGPUCPURAMStorageMotherboardPSU
CUK MSI Aegis RS Gaming DesktopAmazon HereRTX 3070Intel Core i9-10900KF32GB DDR4512GB NVMe SSD + 2TB HDDIntel Z490750W Gold
CUK Continuum Micro Gamer PCWith 3070 Here
With 3080 Here
With 3090 Here
RTX 3070, RTX 3080, RTX 3090Intel Core i9-10900KF32GB, 64GB, 128GB DDR4up to 2TB NVMe SSD + 4TB HDDIntel Z490750W-850W Gold
CUK Empowered PC Sentinel Gamer PCWith 3070 Here
With 3080 Here
RTX 3070, RTX 3080Intel Core i9-10900F32GB, 64GB DDR4up to 1TB NVMe SSD + 2TB HDDIntel Z490750W-850W Gold
CUK Empowered PC Sentinel Workstation PCWith 3070 Here
With 3080 Here
With 3090 Here
RTX 3070, RTX 3080, RTX 3090AMD Ryzen 9 5950X64GB, 128GB DDR4up to 1TB NVMe SSD + 4TB HDDAMD X570750W-850W Gold
CUK Lenovo Legion T5 Tower Gaming DesktopWith 3070 Here
With 3080 Here
RTX 3070, RTX 3080Intel Core i9-10900F32GB, 64GB DDR4512GB NVMe SSD + 2TB HDDIntel Z490750W Gold
CUK Mantis Custom Gamer PCWith 3070 Here
With 3080 Here
With 3090 Here
RTX 3070, RTX 3080, RTX 3090AMD Ryzen 9 5950X64GB, 128GB DDR4up to 1TB NVMe SSD + 4TB HDDAMD X570750W-850W Gold
CUK Mantis Gamer PCWith 3070 Here
With 3080 Here
RTX 3070, RTX 3080Intel Core i7-10700KF32GB DDR4512GB NVMe SSD + 2TB HDDIntel Z490750W-850W Gold
CUK Mantis Gamer PCWith 3070 Here
With 3080 Here
With 3090 Here
RTX 3070, RTX 3080, RTX 3090Intel Core i9-10900KF64GB, 128GB DDR4up to 2TB NVMe SSD + 4TB HDDIntel Z490750W-850W Gold
CUK Mantis Gamer PCWith 3070 Here
With 3080 Here
RTX 3070, RTX 3080Intel Core i9-10900F32GB DDR4512GB NVMe SSD + 2TB HDDIntel Z490750W-850W Gold
CUK MSI MEG Trident X Desktop PCWith 3070 Here
With 3080 Here
With 3090 Here
RTX 3070, RTX 3080, RTX 3090Intel Core i9-10900KF32GB, 64GB DDR4up to 1TB NVMe SSD + 2TB HDDIntel Z490650W-750W Gold
CUK Stratos Mini Gaming RGB DesktopWith 3070 Here
With 3080 Here
With 3090 Here
RTX 3070, RTX 3080, RTX 3090AMD Ryzen 9 5950X64GB DDR41TB NVMe SSD + 2TB HDDAMD X570650W Gold - 750W Platinum
ELUK HP OMEN 30L NVIDIA RTX 3070 Gaming Desktop PCWith 10700K here
With 10900K here
RTX 3070Intel Core i7-10700K, Intel Core i9-10900K16GB, 32GB, 64GB DDR4up to 2TB NVMe SSD + 2TB HDDIntel Z490750W Platinum
ELUK HP OMEN 30L NVIDIA RTX 3090 Gaming Desktop PCAmazon HereRTX 3090Intel Core i9-10900K16GB, 32GB, 64GB DDR4up to 2TB NVMe SSD + 2TB HDDIntel Z490750W Platinum
OMEN 30L Gaming Desktop PCAmazon HereRTX 3080Intel Core i9-10900K, Intel Core i9-10850K32GB DDR41TB NVMe SSD + 2TB HDDIntel Z490???
Skytech Blaze 3.0 Gaming PCAmazon HereRTX 3080AMD Ryzen 7 3700X16GB DDR41TB Gen4 SSDAMD B550750W Gold
Skytech Chronos Gaming PCAmazon HereRTX 3070AMD Ryzen 7 3700X16GB DDR41TB NVMe SSDAMD B550650W Gold
Skytech Chronos Gaming PCAmazon HereRTX 3080AMD Ryzen 9 3900X16GB DDR41TB Gen4 SSDAMD X570850W Gold
Skytech Omega Gaming PCAmazon HereRTX 3090Intel Core-i9 10900K32GB DDR41TB NVMe SSDIntel Z490850W
Skytech Prism II Gaming PCAmazon HereRTX 3090AMD Ryzen 9 3950X64GB DDR41TB Gen4 SSDAMD X5701000W
Skytech Siege 3.0 Gaming PCAmazon HereRTX 3080Intel Core-i7 10700K16GB DDR41TB NVMe SSDIntel Z490750W Gold

Note: The MSI and HP gaming PCs listed above are not built by CUK or ELUK respectively. They are built by their respective manufacturers and these system integrators just sell/resell them.

Heads Up: I noticed that some of the pictures posted do not match the specifications listed. This could mean that the actual gaming PC and its internal components may be (slightly) different from the one you see on the product page. You might want to clarify it with the SI if in doubt.

FAQ Regarding Prebuilt Gaming PCs

Pros of prebuilt gaming PCs?

One of the most obvious advantages of a prebuilt gaming PC is that it’s already assembled and is expected to work out of the box. You only need to take it out of the box; plug the monitor, keyboard, mouse, and power and you are good to go. Some system integrators may have additional instructions or reminders, so be sure to check out any reading materials they provide.

Another advantage is when you encounter a problem or something isn’t working properly, you only need to connect the SI’s customer support. Unlike building the system by yourself, you’ll have to figure out which component(s) is causing the issue. And you’ll have to contact the manufacturer of that particular component. Same with a warranty, if you need to claim a warranty, just contact the SI and not the individual or specific manufacturer.

Most of the system integrators mentioned above seem reputable and have been in the business for quite some time. Otherwise, they wouldn’t get good feedback and reviews from customers. So, when it comes to component compatibility, more or less they know which components are compatible with the system they are selling.

Some System Integrators include freebies; usually a mouse and a keyboard. So that’s a bit of a plus, I guess. These gaming PCs also include the Windows operating system. They are, after all, expected to work out of the box. So, you only need to download and install the games and other apps that you need.

Cons of prebuilt gaming PCs?

Prebuilt gaming PCs are usually more expensive compared to building the system by yourself. The premium price that system integrators put on top of the total cost is not similar. Some SI charges higher compared to others. That is why most people are saying that you should just build it yourself if you want to save some cash.

Also, be sure to check and compare the specs. A $2,000 gaming PC may not have the same specs inside as another $2,000 gaming PC from a different SI. If you have seen Linus Tech Tips’ Secret Shopper episodes, you’ll know what I mean.

Another disadvantage of buying a prebuilt gaming PC from an SI is that you don’t know what specific component are they going to use. You know the CPU since it’s very specific. But most of them do not disclose what brand and specific model of motherboard, graphics card, SSD/HDD or the power supply they use; and so on. While some do disclose what component they use, most are still unclear.

Should I get an RTX 3090, RTX 3080, or RTX 3070?

If you plan to game on 1440p or 4K UHD, I would suggest the RTX 3080 or RTX 3090. But between the RTX 3090 and 3080, the RTX 3080 is the better deal. The base price for an RTX 3080 is $699, while the base price for the RTX 3090 is $1,499. And you only get around 15% (give or take) performance improvement from 3080 to 3090. You can check out our GeForce RTX 3080 review here if you want to see some numbers.

The RTX 3070 is suitable for 1080p high refresh rate to 1440p resolution. The base price for an RTX 3070 is $499 and the performance is similar to NVIDIA’s previous flagship, the RTX 2080 Ti (that cost ~$1,000 USD). Sounds unbelievable? Check out our MSI RTX 3070 review here and GALAX RTX 3070 review here.

Should I get an Intel-powered gaming PC or an AMD-powered gaming PC?

This is basically up to you. Intel’s latest 10th gen CPUs are great for gaming. While AMD’s latest Ryzen 5000 CPUs are not only great for gaming but productivity as well. That’s why it’s very popular. And on top of that, AMD has support for PCIe 4.0; something that the current Intel system is missing.

Note that I listed some AMD powered system with Ryzen 3000 series CPUs. Compared to their Ryzen 5000 successor, they are not as good when it comes to gaming. Not that they are bad, but you’ll get much higher frame rates with the Ryzen 5000 CPUs, or Intel’s 10th gen CPUs. Unfortunately, I don’t see prebuilt gaming PCs listed with other Ryzen 5000 CPUs yet.

The Ryzen 9 5950X is the flagship CPU and it’s quite an expensive CPU, at $799 MSRP. The Ryzen 9 5900X and Ryzen 5 5600X are the better deal, but I don’t see system integrators building a gaming PC using those CPUs yet. Perhaps CPU supply is still an issue.

What monitor resolution should I get?

Assuming you don’t have a monitor yet or you are planning to upgrade your monitor, here are my recommendations. If you decide to go with an RTX 3070, I recommend a high refresh rate 1080p or 1440p gaming monitor.

List Of FreeSync Monitors That Are Compatible With G-Sync

For the RTX 3080 and RTX 3090, these graphics cards are best suited for 1440p high refresh to 1440p ultrawide and 4K UHD. I’d go for 4K UHD high refresh rate since it’s very much possible to play games at a higher resolution with a high refresh rate thanks to these new GPUs. You can check out some of the best 4K monitors here.

By the way, some people are (still) contented with a 1080p monitor. Although technically you can pair the RTX 3080 or RTX 3090 with a 1080p high refresh rate monitor; you may experience a CPU bottleneck depending on the CPU or game. And based on our review, there’s some performance left on the table if you pair an RTX 3080 with a 1080p monitor.

I think I have covered most questions. If you have additional questions or clarifications, hit the comment section below and I’ll try to answer them. I hope this article helped you one way or another. Please share this with your friends if you find it useful.

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I love computers since I was a kid. I’m always fascinated with new technology, especially in the PC world. Many years ago, I was curious if the reviews I read were true and real. So, why not test them myself and share my first-hand experience? And thus, here we are. Thanks for reading!

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