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    Thoughtful design and powerhouse specs make the Vybe an impressive gaming PC.
    If you're in the market for a gaming PC, there's no shortage of options. A lot of people opt to build their own custom rigs, but that can be a little intimidating if it's your first time, or maybe you just don't want to put the effort in. On the opposite side, you can opt for a gaming desktop from one of the big PC makers, like HP, Dell, and Lenovo.
    The middle ground is to order a custom build from a company like Maingear or one of the several other custom builders out there. One of Maingear's more versatile PCs is the Vybe, which starts at $699 but can jump up to several thousand dollars depending on how you kit it out. Here's a look at how well the Vybe stands up and whether it's worth your money.

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    04-24-2020 11:11 AM

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