The processor is your computer’s “brainpower.” Intel® Core™ processors manage high-intensity tasks such as gaming, film editing, and animation.

Random Access Memory (RAM) keeps data for rapid processor access. More RAM lets you run more programs at once, with faster response.

For the long-term storage of applications, operating systems, and data, you can choose a hard disk drive or the smaller, faster solid-state drive.

Your computer’s graphics card creates the images displayed on your monitor, while integrated graphics power many consumer applications and games.

While Ethernet is the highest performing option, Intel® Wi-Fi 6 enabled PCs give you fast access to Wi-Fi networks everywhere with security and reliability.

Windows 11 running with the latest Intel® Core™ processor delivers the power you need for creativity, productivity and entertainment.

High-performing, configurable, durable desktops are the workhorses of computing, providing tremendous value, easy upgrades and strong performance.


Frequently Asked Questions

With the right preparation and instruction, anyone can build their own PC. In fact, building your own PC is the best way to ensure that your machine will meet all your needs and preferences. Here’s a full explanation of how it’s done.