Skyrim: Special Edition requires some considerable PC specifications for a smooth experience, especially if you plan on modding. Luckily, with a desktop PC, you can buy pre-built systems and upgrade internal components at a later date.
Lots of configuration options, an understated case, and a modest price make the XPS Tower 8940 Special Edition an overall great desktop PC. But there are also some great alternatives we've rounded up here.
Mini PCs can be seriously small, but I've yet to see one that matches the dimensions of the GMK NucBox with the same horsepower. Measuring in at 62 x 62 x 42mm, this is an Intel-powered PC you can fit inside your jeans pocket.
Not only are the OptiPlex 7090 Tower and its tiny variants performance powerhouses, but they're also a step in the right direction for Dell's ecological efforts. According to Dell, the 7090 Tower and its Small Form Factor sibling will be "the world’s first PCs available with closed-loop recycled aluminum in the hard drive."
We've rounded up some of the best pre-built gaming desktop PCs you can buy for playing Valheim. Because it's not a demanding PC game, you don't need to go all-out with crazy specifications and can bag a solid deal if you're on a tighter budget.
I really dig small form factor PCs, and the Minisforum U850 is a recent addition to the company's catalog. It holds inside a 10th Gen Intel Core i5 mobile processor, 16GB of RAM, and plenty of room for expansion. But how does it fare in the real world?
For those who want a nice-looking and powerful Intel and NVIDIA-based desktop PC, the new XPS 8940 SE checks most of the right boxes. While the finishing on the case could be better, Dell's creator-focused PC gets high marks when it comes to performance.
Razer has a new gaming PC on the scene, and this time it's a compact desktop. The Razer Tomahawk Gaming Desktop uses a variation of the Tomahawk case to bring a modular, powerful PC that's designed to take up very little of your desk space.