Items tagged with inspiron gaming desktop

There are a litany of reasons why you might consider buying a gaming PC rather than rolling your own rig, including cost. Yes, many graphics cards have recently settled down closer to MSRP, but who knows if they will go back up again? On top of that, system memory is still trending on the high side (compared to a year or two ago). For the most part, pre-built systems have been somewhat sheltered from these volatile markets relative to the channel. That means the opportunity still exists to get into PC gaming at a reasonable price with a pre-built PC; Dell's Inspiron Gaming Desktop (5680) is... Read more...
Dell is making a big splash at PAX West with some new additions to its gaming lineup. These include new members of the Inspiron family and two new Alienware-branded gaming monitors. First up at bat is a refreshed Inspiron 15 7000 Gaming, which manages to fit a whole lot of high-powered enthusiast gear into a 15.6-inch notebook frame (we reviewed the previous model earlier this year). Dell incorporates seventh generation Intel Kaby Lake quad-core “H Series” processors, up to 32GB of memory, along with up to an NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1060 GPU (complete with NVIDIA Max-Q technology). The aforementioned... Read more...
Anyone who thinks that PC gaming is on the decline is not paying attention. Just the opposite, PC gaming has seen renewed enthusiasm by the industry at large over the past year or so, and things have kicked up a notch with AMD returning to its former glory with Ryzen. In response to AMD's comeback effort, Dell announced a new Inspiron Gaming Desktop and Inspiron 27 7000 all-in-one PC for gamers, both with Ryzen inside.Dell is no stranger to building desktop systems for gamers, though its new Inspiron Gaming Desktop is Dell's first-ever gaming desktop under its Inspiron brand. With a starting price... Read more...