Maybe you’re moving into a new house, maybe your current gear is just so old and decrepit it’s just not worth hanging onto, or maybe you’re just getting into gaming for the first time. Whatever the case, putting together the ideal gaming setup can be an exciting, but daunting task.
If you go at it piecemeal, you might well end up with a hodgepodge of gear, with a disorganized collection of tech, half of which you might not even need. You might find the perfect desk, spend a pile on it, and then pair it with a wobbly and uncomfortable stool. You might splurge on that super-powered desktop PC, but end up playing games with a half-broken bargain-basement keyboard and mouse. It’s not a good idea to invest in one or two pieces of high-end gear and neglect other vital components of your setup.
What you want is a well-rounded gaming setup that will serve you well for years to come. In this guide, you will find three such setups at different price points to deliver the optimum gaming experience to fit your wallet.