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The Which? top choice Desktop PC of the month:May 2018

By Michael Passingham

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The all-in-one PC may have taken the mantel from the humble desktop PC these days as the home computer of choice. However, while an all-in-one PC might be convenient, it won't be as flexible as a desktop PC - you're unlikely to be able to adapt it or make changes, and of course you can choose your own monitor. Picking a desktop PC makes for a much more flexible experience, and can be cheaper, too.

We've picked a great desktop PC from our recent testing, a great all-rounder that is powerful, and has plenty of ports to accommodate your peripherals. 

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Which? Top Desktop PC of the month

Typical price £600.00
Which? score 76%
Reviewed Apr 2018
Performance:
5 out of 5
Processor:
Member exclusive
Ram (GB):
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Storage capacity (GB):
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Graphics adapter:
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For the money, this PC is a brilliant piece of kit. Its powerful quad-core processor and dedicated graphics are at odds with its mid-range pricing. It's quite a large box, but it looks good and performs well so there's not a huge amount to complain about here.

Recommendations correct as of 26 April 2018

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Recommendation correct as of April 2018

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