Gaming Computer That Costs 1,000$

Gaming Computer That Costs 1,000 $ (Ideal price, powerful performance)  


 Every gamer or someone who wants to live a real gaming performance without any worries about lag or fps droppings. Now we show a computer that costs 1,000 dollars with mighty gaming and streaming performances:

 ⦁    iBUYPOWER - Element Gaming Desktop 9260 :

 






Design

 Its design and feature set may not be particularly unique, it shares a case with the CYBERPOWERPC Gamer Xtreme GXiVR8060A8 – Our Editors’ Choice for midrange gaming desktops. If you want a different case, though, consider the iBUYPOWER Trace2 9250 that packs the same components as the Element 9260, but instead of three LED rings on the front panel goes for a brushed front with a pair of LED strings running on the sides.


The mid-tower chassis measures 22 by 12.8 by 20.5 inches (HWD) and weighs 31.6 pounds, which is exactly the same dimensions you have on the Trace2 9250, only that the latter is slightly lighter at 29.8 pounds. To access the internal components, all you do is remove four thumbscrews that hold the transparent side glass panel, otherwise it offers tool-less access.

Once you remove the tinted glass panel, you can now access the motherboard, solid-state drive, RAM and graphics card. The power supply and hard drive are found behind a metal side panel on the opposite side. The tinted glass panel looks clean on the system when switched off, and the trio-of LED rings on the front panel looks even better when the machine is running. All that is accented by excellent cable arrangement, that keeps things tidy and helps with airflow.

Performance

While you’ll be buying the iBUYPOWER Element 9260 for gaming, that doesn’t mean it can’t do other tasks around the house. In fact, I see small business owners and home users integrating such systems into their daily operations, thanks to the machine’s capable processor and graphics card. We are looking at a 9th-generation Intel Core i7-9700F (3.0GHz), 16GB DDR4 RAM, 240GB SSD and 1TB hard drive running on Windows 10 Home operating system.

Paired with a Full HD monitor like the Sceptre E255B-1658A or the Acer SB220Q bi, that’s a solid feature set that will let you run the most of demanding tasks around. You can browse the web, do some photo editing, run some demanding applications like Photoshop. It’s also possible to do video encoding, although you’ll need more time to complete graphic-intensive tasks, but its performance is well above the upper-range of budget desktop PCs. SPECS

System: 

Intel Core i7-9700f 3.0GHz (4.70 GHz Max Turbo)
16GB DDR4 RAM
1TB HDD | 240GB SSD |
It's  Graphics: NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1660 with Ti 6GB Dedicated Gaming Video Card, VR Ready , 1x DVI, 1x HDMI and 1x Display Port
Connectivity: 4 x USB 3. 0 / 2 x USB 2. 0 / 1x RJ-45 Network Ethernet 10/100/1000
Audio: 7. 1 Channel
And special with Add-Ons: Tempered glass RGB Gaming Case / 802. 11AC Wi-Fi included and16 Color RGB Lighting.