Aldi (North and South) will soon be offering a real high-end gaming PC with a water-cooled core processor and a Geforce RTX graphics card – the Medion Erazer Hunter X10.
That goes from one ComputerBase report which in turn invoke Medion itself. But what exactly is in the Erazer Hunter X10 and what is the discount calculator good for in the end?
Last update: May 19, 2020
New added: Information about the launch in the section “Release & Price of the Erazer Hunter X10”
The specifications at a glance:
- Motherboard: MSI MPG Z390M Gaming Edge.
- Processor: Intel Core i9 9900K with eight cores and 16 threads, 3.6 GHz base clock and 5.0 GHz turbo clock. There is also an all-in-one water cooling system with a 120mm radiator (Alphacool Eisbaer 120).
- Graphic card: Nvidia Geforce RTX 2080 Super with 3,072 CUDA cores and 8 GB GDDR6 video memory. After the RTX 2080 Ti, this is currently the most powerful graphics card from Nvidia’s Geforce portfolio.
- Random access memory: 32 GB 3,200 MHz DDR4 RAM from Patriot (RGB lighting).
- Mass storage: 1 TB SSD (PCIe 3.0, M.2), 4 TB HDD
- Power supply: Seasonic Focus GX-750W (750 watts, fully modular cable management)
- Casing: In Win 101
- Operating system: Windows 10 Home
So there is plenty of branded hardware in the new Aldi PC. With an i9 9900K and an RTX 2080 Super, the computer, which one can rightly call a full-fledged high-end gaming machine, should be well equipped for several years to handle even demanding games with high graphics settings.
In terms of quality, there is usually nothing to complain about in Medion systems. On Testberichte.de almost without exception score with solid ratings between 1.2 and 2.5. In addition, for the Erazer Hunter X10 three-year guarantee
You can find out more about the RTX 2080 Super in our test with benchmarks compared to the RTX 2080 and RTX 2080 Ti:
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Geforce RTX 2080 Super in the test
Release & price of the Erazer Hunter X10
The Erazer Hunter X10 will be available on May 28th and cost 2,599 euros, which is a bit cheaper compared to the models that can be purchased directly from Medion.
It costs there Erazer X87056, which is essentially identical to the Hunter X10, but is equipped with only 16 GB RAM (instead of 32), a 2 TB HDD (instead of 4 TB) and without Windows, already 2,599 euros.
If you put the Aldi-PC together yourself, you can save some money as expected. We roughly overturned the prices of the individual components and, in the best-case scenario, come to around 2,000 euros (without including the working time).
More gaming offers from Aldi
In addition to the Erazer Hunter X10, Aldi will have two more gaming PCs on the shelves at the end of May. These also come with a three-year guarantee.
Medion Erazer Engineer X10 for 1,199 euros
- Motherboard: MSI MAG Z390M Mortar
- Processor: Intel Core i5 9400 (6C / 6T, 2.9 / 4.1 GHz)
- Graphic card: MSI Geforce RTX 2070 Aero 8G
- Random access memory: 16 GB DDR4 with 2.666 MHz
- Mass storage: 512 GB SSD, 1 TB HDD
- Casing: In Win 301
Equipped with a Core i5 9400 and an RTX 2070, the Engineer X10 should also have sufficient computing power to enable smooth gaming at 1080p & 1440p resolution.
Gaming notebook Erazer P15609 for 799 euros:
- Processor: Intel Core i5 9300H (4C / 8T, 2.4 / 4.1 GHz)
- Graphic card: GTX 1650 Mobile
- Random access memory: 8 GB DDR4 RAM
- Mass storage: 256 GB SSD
- Display: 15.6 inch full HD with IPS technology
The Erazer P15609 is noticeably weaker than the other two offers, but the equipment, including the solid mid-range graphics card, should suffice in most cases for gaming at 1080p resolution.