things to consider
Before you jump in and buy a pre-built 3080 Ti PC, take the time to make sure you understand your own gaming needs and if that particular PC is right for you. If you only play esports titles in 1080p, this preset would be considered overkill. That being said, if you love the occasional AAA title on maximum settings at 1440p and higher resolutions, these might be the pre-made titles you’re looking for.
Why Buy a Pre-Built RTX 3080 Ti PC?
The main benefit of getting a pre-built 3080 Ti is the sheer power inside. Running close to the best in the Nvidia lineup, these GPUs can easily push high frames in 4K without turning on DLSS. If you’re looking for the best gaming PC but don’t want to spend more than you need to, a 3080 Ti PC is a great option.
The 3080 Ti only misses the 3090 when it comes to workstation-related tasks (thanks to twice the memory) and ray tracing in 4K. For everything else, you’ll be very happy with one of these.
Since this is a high-end graphics card, you can assume the rest of the system will match. That means powerful Intel and AMD processors, at least 16 GB of RAM and at least 1 TB of storage space.
RTX 3080 Ti prebuilt gaming pc versus a custom build
We always encourage you to build your own computer here at WePC, and for one simple reason – value. It’s no secret that you can get better hardware for your money when building your own system, with pre-built computers typically costing the same amount as an entire component ($100-$300) at a premium.
While the performance of these pre-built 3080 Ti gaming PCs is great, if you build your own you could theoretically get a better CPU or GPU in your computer without spending more. This means you can get even better performance for your hard-earned money, get better in-game results, and future-proof your investment for longer.
The main selling point behind a pre-built one is that it saves you the hassle. We understand that not everyone knows how to build a computer, and may not even have the time to learn this new skill, so the convenience of a pre-built computer makes a lot of sense. Of course there are many other advantages to buying a pre-built gaming PC from manufacturers, obviously it takes the stress out of finding all the compatible components while also preventing damage to those components when it comes time to build it.
With a pre-built gaming PC, you can send it back to the manufacturer if something goes wrong. If you think you need an upgrade, suppliers will often do it for you, or at least insist that you send it to them for an upgrade. Manufacturers also give a warranty which usually covers parts and labor for about a year, but some companies offer impressive warranties and you can always spend more on insurance which will give you a long/lifetime warranty.
A pre-built system from the biggest manufacturers around the world will not only be packaged nicely for you, but they usually stress test the system to ensure the components work before shipping and that it works as it should. You also get your system with software, usually with Windows and drivers preinstalled, so you can just plug it in and start downloading games.