The best of Newegg’s Father’s Day gaming PC sale

While there are plenty of Father’s Day deals to hunt for gifts, if your dad or hubby is a huge gaming fan, you can’t go wrong with a good gaming PC. Sure, they can Dear ones, so we’re happy to say that Newegg is having a big Father’s Day sale event to get your hands on some cheaper gaming gear. While there’s a whole lot to choose from, we’ve rounded up a few of the best for you to check out, and if none of them tickle you, you can check out some of Newegg’s other offerings for other ideas. .

Skytech Archangel 3.0 gaming PC – $1,200, was $2,092

If you’re looking for a relatively budget-friendly gaming PC, this one from Skytech is a great option, as it comes with an AMD Ryzen 5 3600 and an RTX 3060, a great CPU and GPU combo that wouldn’t see any bottlenecks. Best of all, they’re likely to handle most AA and AAA games at the 2K, 144Hz refresh mark, although perhaps on medium to high settings. It also comes with 16GB of DDR4 RAM, a 1TB SSD, and a 600W Gold PSU, which should allow for a small expansion in terms of storage. All in all, for the $1200 this is probably one of the best gaming PC deals you’re likely to find today.

Cobratype Gaming Desktop Draco – $1,900, was $2,400

Cobratype Draco gaming desk.

If you’re willing to spend an extra $600, you can get a pretty big upgrade in the form of this Cobratype. It comes with an 11th Gen Intel i7-11700KF processor, a powerful processor that should easily handle most CPU-intensive tasks, and the RTX 3070 Ti graphics card can knock most AAA games out of the park, even with higher graphics settings, resolution, and refresh rates. The Cobratype also has 16GB of DDR4 3200 RAM, which is pretty fast, and a 1TB SSD you can work with, and you even get a keyboard and mouse, so you don’t need to get them separately.

ABS Gladiator gaming PC – $1,950, was $2,500

An ABS Gladiator gaming PC with blue LEDs inside.

While you’re in that price bracket, if you can add another $50, you can get the same configuration as the Cobratype but with an upgraded processor. Instead of getting an 11th Gen i7, you get the 12th Gen Intel i7-12700KF, which is slightly more powerful and may be worth it if you need some extra CPU processing power. Otherwise the specs remain mostly the same with an RTX 3070 Ti, 16GB of DDR4 3200MHz RAM and a 1TB SSD. That being said, you don’t get the extra keyboard and mouse, although we do have a few gaming keyboard deals and the best wireless mice to look at.

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Robert P. Miller