If you’re waiting for a new gaming PC Now is a good time to upgrade. Not only are PC hardware prices dropping, but Amazon’s Prime Day sales in October have dropped even further. And those discounts extend to pre-built computers too.
One great option right now is the Zotac Gaming MEK Hero G1, which has been reduced to $1,105—$595 off the $1,700 list price. It combines the best features of both pre-built and DIY PCs: you save time by having someone else build it. But inside are off-the-shelf parts that can be easily upgraded or replaced. Best part: Compared to similar DIY builds this advance generator cheaper.
In this configuration you’ll find Intel Core i7-11700KF, Zotac Gaming GeForce RTX 3060 Ti, 16GB Crucial Ballistix DDR4-3200 memory, 1TB M.2 NVMe SSD, Thermaltake 80 Plus Gold 700W power supply, and 240mm ARGB liquid CPU cooler, you also get built-in Wi-Fi and Bluetooth. This is a feature that is often sacrificed in DIY builds to save money. This hardware is very strong. And it’s an option you’ll find in carefully researched DIY builds.
(Plus, you get four RGB fans, which are truly essential in a gaming PC.)
The only downside of this MEK Hero G1 is its older processor. which is lagging behind the current one And it will become two older processors in just a few weeks. It also doesn’t have built-in graphics. This might be helpful to have a backup if you want to troubleshoot discrete GPU issues.
but for gaming The life of the processor is only a minor drawback. This PC will still work great for years to come. and when it finally arrived at the upgrade date You can bring various parts. Easily reusable items such as SSDs, cases, fans, and power supplies. This will make the effort much cheaper. It’s rare that a pre-built can beat the DIY route, but this big day sale is one exception.