SkyTech Omega Gaming Computer Review, How Much Power Per Dollar Spent?

It’s time to review the SkyTech Omega gaming computer since it’s a newer pre-built PC that is getting more and more popular on Amazon each and every day.

SkyTech is getting better and better with their pre-built gaming PCs, I’ve got to give them that, but you need to be sure that this PC is what you’re looking for and you need to be aware of how much power you’re getting per dollar spent since that’s the most important factor when it comes to purchasing a gaming computer.

With that, let’s get to the review.

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CyberPowerPC Gamer Ultra GUA4500A Gaming Desktop Review, Is It Worth Getting?

Today I’d like to write a review of the CyberPowerPC Gamer Ultra GUA4500A gaming desktop because it’s fairly new to the market and is promoted as VR ready.

I’ll be going into the details behind the hardware in this PC to see if it can really handle VR gaming. At this price point it had better have some pretty awesome hardware inside!

With that, let’s get to the review.

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SkyTech Shadow Gaming Computer Review, Is It Good Enough?

It’s time to review the Skytech Shadow gaming computer since it’s one of the top 100 sold PCs on Amazon. Is it really good enough for what you pay?

People that are new to the world of PC gaming never really look at or even know what to look at when trying to see whether or not a PC is worth picking up. Most of the time, the hardware inside doesn’t match up for what you pay for.

With that, let’s get to the review.

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Why You Should Never Buy A Pre Built Gaming PC

Are you looking at a pre built gaming PC that is relatively cheap, one that is looking nice? You need to understand what’s really under the hood with these PCs.

There are so many computer companies out there that try to boast how awesome their hardware is and how great it looks when the reality is that almost the exact opposite is true.

I’ve reviewed a few pre built gaming PCs lately and there is a trend of there being crappy hardware inside that doesn’t match the actual power and value that is to be expected when the PC arrives at your doorstep. Even most of the sites that give you a guide to build your own PC that they build for you don’t give you the most power per dollar spent.

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