The Best possible PC Gaming Pc Desks

Your rig deserves the very best.

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Updated: January 2018

Finding the perfect computer desk for your glorious PC gaming set up is an important, and oft-overlooked, part of PC gaming ascension. If you spend your gaming time enjoying the smooth frame rates and high-resolution textures only a PC can provide, why nestle it in anything less than the best desk for gaming? We’ve scoured the internet to find some great choices to fit both your living space and your full-sized tower. These are 6 of the best computer desks for gaming – at any budget range.

TL;DR: These are the best desks for pc gaming:

  1. 60″ Adjustable Height Stand Up Desk
  2. Bell’O Curved Glass Top Desk
  3. OSP Designs Prado Complete L-Workstation
  4. ApexDesk Elite Series Electric Height Adjustable Standing Desk
  5. Atlantic Gaming Desk
  6. Arozzi Arena Gaming Desk
60″ Adjustable Height Stand Up Desk

If you’re looking for a setup that converts into a standing desk, and don’t mind using some elbow grease to raise it up and down, this is your best bet. At $259 it’s much more affordable than most convertible desks since it’s not motorized. This lets you put it almost anywhere, and its black frame and teak top look moderately swanky.

Bell’O Curved Glass Top Desk

Bell'O Curved Glass Top Desk

Bell’O Curved Glass Top Desk

This desk combines glass, metal, and wood, to create a really attractive design. It’s the type of thing you’d expect to see at a fancy Bay Area tech start-up before it closes down. The keyboard tray on this computer desk from Bell’O slides in and out, and there’s a slick cable management channel running up the middle. The frame is made of steel so it will hold up, and the glass is tempered, too. It’s sturdy, functional, and attractive! Ignore the Mac on top of it and picture your rig down below.

OSP Designs Prado Complete L-Workstation

Not all gaming desks have to be flashy or extravagant, and the Prado Complete L workstation has that in mind with its elegant and simple L-shaped design. This lets you install the extension on either side so you can reach whatever is there easily if you’re right-or-left handed, and you can even buy an extra cabinet to throw under the main desk area too. It’s perfect for a setup with a desktop as the main and a laptop on the side, or your printer and figurine collection.

ApexDesk Elite Series Electric Height Adjustable Standing Desk

Sometimes you just need to stretch your legs, and studies show sitting down for long periods is awesome, but not good for your health. With the Apex Elite, that problem is solved since it can be converted to a standing platform just by reaching down and pressing a button. It’s 71″ across so you can fit your battlestation on top, and it holds up to 235lbs. too in case your rig is massive.

Atlantic Gaming Desk

Atlantic Gaming Desk

Atlantic Gaming Desk

Forget everything you think you know about desks, because the Atlantic Gaming Desk is here to disrupt the desk landscape with its wireframe design and efficient use of space. Here’s a hypothetical situation: you’re playing a PC game with your very expensive RGB mouse and keyboard, but you’re also extremely thirsty. Sound familiar? You don’t want to risk ruining everything you own by accidentally spilling a drink, so rather than place a cold beverage on your desktop, you suffer low-grade dehydration. Your K/D ratio? Kiss it goodbye. With the Atlantic Gaming Desk you’ll never have to suffer since it has a place to store a drink, away from the sensitive and expensive electronics you know and love. After you’ve quenched your thirst you can also store your headset on the side of it as well.

Arozzi Arena Gaming Desk

The Arozzi Arena is designed for folks who are rocking multiple monitors, giving you plenty of space to run two or three panels. It’s also 31″ deep, so you’ll have room to bring the keyboard to where your fingers are while leaving some room for the monitors too. The Arena even includes a mouse pad surface, so you’ll never run out of space for your mouse either, and it’s waterproof. This sucker is expensive at $450, but it’s the type of desk you can buy and never have to upgrade ever again. It’s even available with different color legs including lime green, blue, white (shown) and of course, all-black.

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