Redux Good tier gaming PC review

You did it. You set some money aside for a new gaming PC but then realized you didn’t know where to start. You sort of have an idea of what you want, but the thought of hunting down parts and building a PC stresses you out. That’s where Redux hopes to step in by making you a PC based on what you’re going to play and not charge a premium for parts and labor. 

Redux supplied one of its ‘Good’ models for review, which is priced at $1,415, placing it at the higher end of their budget tier of PCs, with an Intel Core i5 12400F and Nvidia GeForce RTX 3060 powering all the fun. If you’re looking for a solid performer 1080p gaming machine, Redux’s Good tier PC is a good place to start.

The Redux website has you choose from different base types: Good, Better, and Best, with three different price points. That way, if you’re coming in with a budget, you can pick your lane right off the bat. Next, Redux has you pick your top three games from a list of popular PC games and your ideal resolution for playing those games. It generates a build list with components that fit under criteria (which you can edit), and you’re good to go.