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Two new gaming PCs are on sale at Aldi

Engineer X20 with RTX 3070 and AiO cooling

News / Arian Krasniqi
Image source: Aldi; Assembly: Full PC

Starting June 30, Aldi will expand its range with two new complete systems. Gaming PCs come from Medion and are based on very different hardware. The cheapest model starts at 799 euros. Of course, the offer is only valid while supplies last.

Looking for a new gaming PC, but hesitant to build one yourself? Then you may soon find what you’re looking for in Aldi’s online store. The discount store will offer two Medion gaming PCs starting June 30, which will be the cheapest system. €799 cost while for the second model €1,899 be called. But what do bargain computers offer at these prices?

he starts it Erazer Core Gaming Recon E10. The heart of the whole is current. Intel Core i5-12400, whose six cores can clock up to 4.4 GHz. Additionally, Medion installed 16 gigabytes of DDR4 RAM clocked at 3200 MHz and a 512-gigabyte PCIe SSD. For sufficient gaming performance, the Geforce GTX 1650 concerns. Although it’s a bit older, it should still offer enough performance for old and new titles in Full HD. However, here you have to do without features such as ray tracing and DLSS, as well as higher graphics settings for newer titles.

Erazer Engineer X20 (Image: Aldi)

Of Engineer Erazer X20 Unlike the E10, it uses significantly more powerful hardware, but it also costs more than twice as much. comes the processor intel core i7-12700 used, which is also supported by 16 gigabytes of RAM. The eight-core CPU is cooled by one Coolermaster ML120 compact water cooling. The manufacturer also installs a GeForce RTX 3070 (Custom model test) with eight gigabytes of video memory. The best current games shouldn’t be a problem for this system, even UHD games are probably possible with slight drawbacks. Games can be played on the 2 terabyte NVMe SSD.


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