Acer Predator G3 AG3-710-UR53

Acer Predator G3 AG3-710-UR53

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  • NVIDIA GTX graphics
  • Aggressive gaming case
  • Great selection of ports
  • 500w power supply
  • WiFi and Bluetooth


  • No SLI support
  • No SSD
  • No USB 3.1
  • Only 8GB of RAM

Bottom Line

The Acer Predator G3 AG3-710-UR53 offers the legendary Predator looks with decent hardware, at a lower price than the rest of the Predator range.

The Acer Predator G3 AG3-710-UR53 is a bestselling gaming PC that has been praised for its sixth generation Intel processor, aggressive fighter jet inspired design, dedicated NVIDIA graphics, good selection of ports and for its Easy-Swap expansion bay. However, it doesn’t feature an SSD as standard and the motherboard only supports 16GB of RAM. The NVIDIA GeForce GTX 950 will allow you to run most AAA gaming titles, but newer more demanding games will mean running them on lower settings. However you can easily upgrade the graphics card, but sadly the motherboard that Acer has used does not support SLI.

Score Summary

Critic Reviews

  • 50
    TrustedReviews February 15, 2016

    This striking machine is Acer’s latest attempt to gain a foothold in the lucrative gaming market. The Predator G3-710 is an mean-looking system that aims to blast through top titles at 1080p.

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Graphics Nvidia GeForce GTX 950 [View Benchmarks]
Graphics Type Discrete
Graphics Memory 2GB Dedicated
RAM 8GB DDR4 2133MHz
Operating System Microsoft Windows 10 Home 64-Bit
Weight 24.25 lbs
Hard Drive 1 1024 HDD 7200
Display Size Display not included
Connectivity 6x USB 3.0 | 2x USB 2.0 | HDMI | DisplayPort | 2x DVI | Gigabit Ethernet | AC WiFi | Bluetooth 4.0 | Audio ports
Audio Creative Sound Blaster Cinema 2 with EAX 5.0
Webcam None
Additional Features Predator USB Gaming Keyboard and Mouse
Dimension (LxWxH) 16.10 x 7.09 x 20.08

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