Best of the Father’s Day gaming PC sale at Newegg

Although there are many Father’s Day deals to look at for gifts, if your dad or husband is a big fan of games, you can not go wrong with a good gaming PC. Of course, they can be expensive, so we’m happy to say that Newegg is holding a great Father’s Day sale to get some cheaper gaming equipment. Although there are a bunch to choose from, we’ve put together some of the best ones for you to check out, and if none of them piss you off, check out some of the other Newegg deals for other ideas.

Skytech Archangel 3.0 Gaming Computer – $ 1200, was $ 2092

Skytech Archangel desktop gaming PC on a white background.

If you’re looking for a relatively budget priced gaming PC, this one from Skytech is a great option, as it comes with an AMD Ryzen 5 3600 and an RTX 3060, a great CPU and GPU combination that won’t see any bottlenecks. Even better, they will probably handle most AA and AAA games at the 2K, 144Hz update mark, but perhaps at medium to high settings. It also comes with 16GB of DDR4 RAM, a 1TB SSD and a 600W Gold PSU, which should allow for some expansion in terms of storage. Overall, for $ 1200, it’s probably one of the best gaming PC deals you’ll probably find today.

Cobratype Gaming Desktop Draco – $ 1900, var $ 2400

Cobratype Gaming Desktop Draco.

If you’re willing to spend an extra $ 600, you can get a pretty big upgrade in the form of this Cobra type. It comes with an 11th generation Intel i7-11700KF, a powerful CPU that can easily handle most CPU-intensive tasks, and the RTX 3070 Ti graphics card can knock most AAA games out of the park, even with higher graphics settings, resolution, and refresh rates. Cobra type also has 16 GB DDR4 3200 RAM, which is quite fast, and a 1TB SSD you can work with, and you even get a keyboard and mouse, so you do not have to buy them separately.

ABS Gladiator Gaming PC – $ 1950, was $ 2500

An ABS Gladiator gaming PC with blue LEDs inside.

While in this price range, if you can throw another $ 50 into the mix, you can get the same setup as the Cobra type, but with an upgraded CPU. Instead of getting an 11th generation i7, you get the 12th generation Intel i7-12700KF, which is only slightly more powerful and may be worth it if you need extra processing power. Otherwise, the specifications remain largely the same with an RTX 3070 Ti, 16GB DDR4 3200MHz RAM and a 1TB SSD. That said, you do not get extra keyboards and mice, although we do have some gaming keyboard offerings and the best wireless mice you can look at.

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