It's a misconception that gaming PCs have to cost a fortune. They can actually be affordable - especially if you can do without VR capabilities. There are still tons of popular titles that don't involve VR. For the most part, you can find an affordable gaming PC that is considered either "entry-level" or "mainstream".

What are some of the best, yet inexpensive gaming computers out on the market in 2019? Here are a few options:

This is a good choice of an entry-level gaming PC. It comes with at least 8GB (DDR4) of memory, an Intel Core i5 processor, and 256GB SSD for fast storage. These are all upgradable and expandable. The cheapest price comes with og gl753 for the graphics card. While this is an older one, it can still handle 1080p gaming with medium settings. It's easy to add a newer graphics card if you want to play more games with higher settings.

It is highly impressive that this mini desktop is an affordable gaming PC: it comes with everything you need for an optimal VR experience. The tower is designed to allow you to set it up either horizontally or vertically. This is also a good choice for those who really don't want one of the typical giant, bulky heavy gaming desktop towers that other brands offer. You can expect full performance in this extra-compact 4.72-liter case.

Everybody is familiar with the HP brand. It has been offering consumer computers for decades. Those who are after an affordable gaming PC will find that this AMD-powerhouse definitely delivers performance on a budget. There are different configurations available. The ideal customization includes AMD Ryzen 5 series, 1TB HDD 7200-RPM, AMD RX 580 / and GB DDR4 RAM. There is a small compromise with the HDD drive rather than an SSD, but you likely won't notice the difference with most games.

If you're after a VR-ready affordable gaming PC, then this is one that can't be beat. As long as you don't mind that the SSD doesn't have a high storage capacity, then you really might want to consider this desktop. It can, however, be upgraded without any problems. There is also an option for a 1TB HDD.