Best Cheap Gaming Computers in 2014 That Cost Less than $1,000

Unigamesity writes: "2014 will be an amazing year for gaming and with so many great titles about to be released, you’ll want to spend as little as possible on your gaming computer, to have the money for all the games. We’ve decided to come and aid you with the best cheap gaming computers in 2014: all of them under $1,000."

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TedCruzsTaint1713d ago

Most of those PCs were using i7's and 660's or lower for the GPU. For those prices, you can get a 270x and an AMD processor that would be better for actually handling games and still be around the $700 mark.

r1sh121713d ago

And they can be built for cheaper than most of those prices, its about cleverly buying components from different places.

ABizzel11713d ago

These are horrible deals. I guess they're ok if you don't know how to build you own PC, but still you can build most of these for 25% off the asking price. The best GPU was a 660 which is solid, but everything else is struggling to keep up with the current consoles which are around half the asking price for most of these.

If you want a gamin PC build it yourself, if you don't know how pay someone who does. It's better to give $100 to someone you know for helping you out, then pay an extra $100 - $300 to a company for less power then you could be getting.

AMD: FX 6300, FX 8320, FX 8350,
Intel: i5 3670k, i5 4670k, i7 3770k, i7 4660k.

AMD: 7870, 7950, 7970, 7970 GHz, 7990, R9 270, R9 280, R9 290
NVIDIA: GTX 660, 660Ti, 670, 680, 690, Titan, 760, 770, 780, 780Ti,

You can go with any combination of the CPU / GPU I listed above, and you'll have a great gaming PC, above what the PS4 or XBO has to offer. Anything lower and you're better off with a console for gaming purposes.

johny51712d ago


I built a PC from scratch with a AMD 7870OC for $600 and best of all it can play most games at ultra "except for crysis 3" but it can play Battlefield 3 and 4 at 60fps at 1080p max!

I could have gotten away with a better deal if I waited for newegg to have there cyber Monday deals!

il-JumperMT1713d ago

You dont need more then i5 for gaming.

madjedi1712d ago (Edited 1712d ago )

God those are all horrible, the best gpu they offer is a 660 gtx, i have a list only system build on pcpartpicker that is about $1300(entire rebuild) after taxes and that is without skimping on quality (important) componets.

It's probably ridiculous overkill(for 1080p) if i ever build it, but i would want it to be decent for 3-5 yrs.

Bad budgeting priorities on those pre built systems. Pcpartpicker's February $1200 gaming build is alot more value oriented, can alter to fit your budget.