Make the switch to PC gaming with this pre-built PC Black Friday deal

Intel Core i5 CPU, 16GB RAM, 512GB SSD, and a NVIDIA GTX 1660 Super for $750.

Making the switch to PC gaming from console gaming can be tough, especially if you're not keen on building your own PC to save money. The best pre-built PCs are a quick way to get started, but they generally cost more. That is, however, unless you can find a solid Black Friday deal on something with enough performance to deliver a smooth 1080p experience.

ABS Challenger | $200 off

This pre-built gaming PC is currently $200 off at Newegg, plus you get an included free Intel software bundle (Vegas Pro 365, Corel MultiCam Capture, Cyberlink Photo Director) valued at $150.

$750 at Newegg

The ABS Challenger is an affordable way to get going with 1080p PC gaming. In terms of performance hardware inside, it has a 9th Gen Intel Core i5-9400 processor (CPU) with six cores and a clock speed up to 4.10GHz, 16GB of DDR4-3000MHz RAM, a 512GB solid-state drive (SSD), and a NVIDIA GTX 1660 Super graphics card (GPU). That's actually one of our picks for best graphics card thanks to its FHD abilities with most modern games. It has 6GB of GDDR6 VRAM, 192-bit memory bus, and 1,408 CUDA cores. Rounding things out is a 500W PSU.

The Rosewill ATX case has four built-in cooling fans, all with customizable RGB lighting. The CPU cooler also has an RGB fan for further style. It has a tempered glass panel on the side for easy viewing, and it has the space inside if you'd like to upgrade to liquid cooling with a radiator. A GAMDIAS gaming keyboard and gaming mouse are thrown in for good measure, meaning all you have to do is add one of the best PC gaming monitors to become a bonafide PC gamer.

And if you are instead considering building your own gaming PC, don't hesitate to check out our collection of Black Friday PC parts deals that includes CPUs, GPUs, RAM, motherboards, and more.



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