Gaming tiger: Inexpensive entry-level PC from the COMPUTER BILD edition

You like to play on the computer, but it starts to stutter with bigger games? Then you definitely need new hardware – and from then on, good advice is usually expensive. But not this time! Because with the gaming computers from and COMPUTER BILD you can start as a gamer for relatively little money. Specifically, the “Tiger” gaming PC is available as a powerful COMPUTER BILD edition for 1,349.99 euros. Find out what you get for this price here!

Gaming PC Tiger at for 1,349.99 euros

Gaming PC Tiger: Well prepared for the beginning

Before we get into the hard facts, here’s a little description of what’s big in store for you with the Tiger. The entry-level model already offers a lot of power for 1,349.99 euros and also conjures up performance-hungry games such as “Call of Duty – Modern Warfare” and “Red Dead Redemption 2” smoothly on the display. The processor Intel Core i5-11600KF (6 x 3.90 GHz – 4.90 GHz) purrs under the hood so that this works. There is also 16 gigabytes of RAM and an NVIDIA GeForce RTX 3060 (12 GB GDDR6) KFA graphics card. The hard drive is often underestimated when it comes to speed, because a mechanical HDD is quite slow. The Tiger relies on a turbo-fast SSD memory with 1 terabyte of space. System start-up and access times to game content are therefore many times faster.

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Gaming PC Tiger: COMPUTER BILD edition in detail

Now for the facts, here are the Tiger’s core components at a glance:

  • motherboard: ASUS Prime Z590-A
  • Processor: Intel Core i5-11600KF (6 x 3.90 GHz – 4.90 GHz)
  • Random access memory: 16GB DDR4 3200MHz Corsair
  • Graphic card: NVIDIA GeForce RTX 3060 (12GB GDDR6) KFA
  • Hard disk: 1TB M.2 PCIe (NVMe) SSD Western Digital WD Blue SN570
  • 36 months manufacturer’s warranty including pickup & return
  • Price: 1,349.99 euros

Gaming PC Tiger at for 1,349.99 euros

COMPUTER BILD editions in the shop

Do you need even more power? No problem! In the shop, you can easily select more memory, a different hard drive and other components using the modular principle. If you prefer to rely on the expertise of the editors and prefer a stronger, preconfigured model, you can also find them in the shop. In addition to the Tiger, you can see all other COMPUTER BILD editions and the components installed in each case in detail.

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