If you're in the market for a Pre-Built Gaming PC in April 2021, here are my thoughts on a handful of options.
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SkyTech Shadow Gaming Computer - Ryzen 5 3600, RTX 3060
I use a Ryzen 5 3600 in my personal build, and I think it's a great performance to value 6-core processor. The RTX 3060 graphics card will also allow you to play any game at 60+fps at 1440p resolution. All around solid build.
iBuyPower Element MR 9320 Gaming PC - Intel i7-10700F, GTX 1660 Ti
The 10-series Intel line, including this i7-10700F have had great performance. This pre-built also has a GTX 1660 Ti for the graphics card, a solid card for 1080p and 1440p gaming. The one thing I would upgrade in this pre-built would be the storage, as this PC only comes with 240GB, which will quickly fill up with your operating system and games.
SkyTech Chronos Gaming PC - Ryzen 7 3700X, RTX 3070
This PC includes an RTX 3070, which is a very powerful graphics card as part of the newest line of Nvidia GPUs. That paired with an 8-core Ryzen 7 3700X, and you've got yourself a great gaming and workstation PC built to last. I wouldn't upgrade anything on this pre-built PC out of the box.