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Alarco Gaming PC Desktop Computer Intel i5 3.10GHz,8GB Ram,1TB Hard Drive,Windows 10 pro,WiFi Ready,Video Card Nvidia GTX 650 1GB, 3 RGB Fans with Remote

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Features

  • 3 RGB Fan Gaming PC Desktop Computer With Remote
  • Runs Fortnite average 100 FPS on Low Settings and 60 FPS on medium settings. Runs Pubg average 30 FPS on low settings. Runs GTA5 average 30 FPS.
  • Intel Core i5-2400 3.10 Ghz
  • GTX 650 1GB Video Card With DVI, HDMI and VGA outputs.
  • 1 Year Warranty.

Specific Uses For Product: Personal, Gaming, Business


Brand: Alarco


Personal computer design type: Computer Tower


Operating System: Windows 10


Memory Storage Capacity: 1 TB


Ram Memory Installed Size: 8 GB


Model Name: Vazgen_Plus


Included Components: PC Tower


CPU Model: Core i5


Color: Black


Screen Resolution: ‎1920 x 1080


Processor: ‎3.1 GHz core_i5


RAM: ‎8 GB DDR3


Hard Drive: ‎1 TB HDD


Chipset Brand: ‎NVIDIA


Card Description: ‎Dedicated


Graphics Card Ram Size: ‎4 GB


Number of USB 2.0 Ports: ‎6


Number of USB 3.0 Ports: ‎3


Brand: ‎Alarco


Series: ‎Vazgen_Plus


Item model number: ‎Vazgen_Plus


Hardware Platform: ‎PC


Operating System: ‎Windows 10


Item Weight: ‎24.7 pounds


Package Dimensions: ‎22.44 x 22.36 x 12.2 inches


Color: ‎Black


Processor Brand: ‎Intel


Computer Memory Type: ‎DDR3 SDRAM


Hard Drive Interface: ‎Serial ATA-600


Hard Drive Rotational Speed: ‎7200 RPM


Date First Available: October 4, 2019


Frequently asked questions

The Alarco Gaming PC comes with Windows 10 Pro pre-installed.

This gaming desktop comes with 8GB RAM, which allows for smooth multitasking and efficient loading of games and apps.

The Alarco Gaming PC has a 1TB hard drive. It provides vast space to store your files, game data, and other important documents.

Yes, the Alarco Gaming PC is WiFi ready. Having this feature allows for easy connection to wireless internet networks.

Top Amazon Reviews

🚀 Abunda's Overview

This is our summary and key points to consider based on customer reviews.


Reviews of this gaming PC are mixed. Users appreciate it as a good starting point for new PC gamers, or individuals interested in DIY PC building, as it allows for gameplay of several popular games. However, there appear to be some issues with the quality and construction of certain components, such as the processor fan and the RGB controller. Upgrading components can be a bit tricky for some customers, and there are complaints about the PC not being able to handle more graphic-intensive games.

Pros

  • 🎮 Good for beginners or those interested in DIY PC building
  • 💻 Can run several popular games smoothly
  • 🔧 Provides room for upgrades

Cons

  • ❌ Some components, like the processor fan and the RGB controller, came with issues
  • ⚙️ Difficulty in handling upgrades noted by some users
  • 🕹️ Struggles with high-graphics games like Call of Duty War Zone
  • 🚫 Lack of disc drive and a single stick of 8GB RAM

Should I Buy It?

If you are a beginner to gaming or interested in DIY PC building and open to making necessary upgrades over time, this PC offers a decent starting point. However, if you aim to play graphic-intensive games from the get-go or prefer a plug-and-play solution without the need to deal with any component issues, it may be wise to look at other options, possibly from more reputable manufacturers.


  • Needs some hardware updates ....2012 hardware
Customer support seems to be helpful after the sale their are some things that need mentioned number 1 my graphics card was from 2012 its 128 bit 1024 memory this is not going to work good gaming however of u know how to upgrade the i went with a frozeriii or aka frozer 3 with gddr 5 3gb ram it definitely made it better the next thing ide like to say is 8gb of ram is not that good so after many many hrs of looking on amazon and ebay i finally found the 8gb card to make the pc 16 gb of ram also note that the hard drive is not solid state ssd its mechanical hdd computer came well pkged with no damage apon checks of plugs and wires and conections i found no faults also note in bios xmp is not supporting as far as i see the options their tho thier is no cd rom i advise to buy external also please note their is no restore system so make sure u back this thing up or at min a spare windows to use just incase i do like the lights but seem like outdated led lights i hope this honest reveiw helps somone . ... show more
Reviewed in the United States on January 22, 2021 by Jeffrey A rogers

  • The worst PC I have ever used. Please read my review before purchasing.
One of the worst PC's I have ever used. I bought this PC in April. Less than seven months later I get nothing blue screens, error screens and crashes. Since the HDD would wipe, I diagnosed the HDD's health using both the command prompt and from BIOS. Nothing. The PC constantly crashes. Making it, well, basically unusable. It sometimes even crashes to the BIOS setup screen and won't let me boot back into Windows because it doesn't recognize Windows on my HDD, but it will let me power the PC off and power it back on, and then it's fine - sometimes. The PC comes with Windows 10 installed and activated. Some programs and applications won't wipe from the HDD, like Steam and Microsoft Edge, which were installed on the HDD. So it isn't the HDD. Windows 10 is installed and activated, I never used a dual boot or ran Linux or another OS and I never modified or upgraded/tampered with the PC's hardware in anyway. The OS, case, hardware and everything I received with the PC is exactly the way it was then, now. I never use this PC for anything heavy or hardcore. It's an i5 and I respect that. I ran multiple virus scans using Windows Defender, Kaspersky, and Malwarebytes and Avast thinking maybe by some magical reason I ran a virus or a gnarly rootkit, nothing came of it. It's gotten to the point I had to purchase a separate 1TB external HDD to back my PC up because it will either crash mid-use and I lose everything or it will just wipe upon power up. Please, I know the price is decent. But for the times we're in, please reconsider. ... show more
Reviewed in the United States on October 30, 2020 by Maverick Moretti Maverick Moretti

  • My first gaming PC, and I love it!
I am that grandma that started playing video games at almost 60. My daughter got me started on WoW on my laptop. That didn't last long. She suggested that this would make a good beginner's PC for gaming, so I got it. So far, it works great. I hooked it up to my 65" TV so I can see everything very well, and I am having a blast. The only hiccup was when we first opened the box and hooked up the keyboard and tried to turn it on, it wouldn't come on. It took a bit to figure out that the company had sent it with the power switched to on, so when my daughter flipped it, thinking it was set to off, of course nothing happened. once we figured that out, everything has been fine ever since. Would definitely recommend. Oh, and my daughter and grandson like that they can switch the colors to their preference when they are using it, too. :) ... show more
Reviewed in the United States on April 6, 2021 by Saorla Brienna Green

  • Upgrade to an SSD immediately for a great machine.
Edit: I have finished upgrading this computer. Graphics: MSI AMD radeon rx 5500 xt 8gb:$200 Additional 8gb of ram(device only supports 2):$30 I had an SSD installed prior but on average you can get one for $50. Altogether I paid a total of $711 before taxes on this computer. So far Adobe photoshop works flawlessly with other Adobe software. I downloaded Microsoft game pass for pc(parents there's a great deal $4 a month for a ton of games) So far my performance is as so: Cpu: 40% Graphics : 18% Ram:29% Frames per second: 60 fps. This is across several games, the numbers change here and there but fps remains the same, all on high or max settings depending on the game. Original review: Great value computer, not meant for everyone. Recommended steps to whoever buys this. -replace hard drive with a Solid State Drive. The original hdd is very bad, worked good for the first 10 minutes but then it slowed down after updates. After replacing it with an SSD the computer has been running greatly, working on both photoshop and light room at the same time with chrome in the background. -Next steps I suggest which I will be taking myself are adding additional ram and replacing the graphics card. Ram for this device is relatively cheap(ddr3 DIMM 1333hz) 8gb sticks are around 25-30 bucks. For the graphics you can find a decent card like the gtx 1060 for around 130. With those upgrades you would have an exceptional device great for graphic design and some decent gaming, games like fortnite would be able to max out. Yea it requires a bit of work but it's still cheaper than buying a full on gaming computer, especially now with everything being sold out. Forgot to mention its a loud machine! Without the upgrades this machine is a 2.5/5 With just the SSD upgrade its a 3.5/5 With all upgrades it's a 4/5 Cost after upgrading would be around $700-$750 ... show more
Reviewed in the United States on April 26, 2020 by Oliver

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