The Most Expensive Gaming PC In The World

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Most Expensive Gaming PCEveryone cannot buy the most expensive gaming PC available on the market, however, you can always check it out and appreciate the divine goodness.

Moreover, there are people in this world who are real tech geeks; they work day and night to make every wire look smooth and nice while still unraveling how on earth they will adjust it perfectly. At times the case is so tiny that they get confused that how will large loops fit in there. But the best part is they never give up. This group mostly has gamers who are also known as creators. These creators are passionate to build high-end gaming PC. Deep inside they know that a day will come when all of their hard work will be paid and this piece of technology will do wonders.

Till date, these talented folks have been successful in building the most expensive gaming computer in the world. Let’s take a look at it.

8Pack OrionX High-End Gaming PC – $37,000

At the moment 8Pack OrionX is the most expensive gaming PC in the whole wide world. If you are a gamer and have been dreaming about a perfect high-end gaming PC all your life, the good news is this is your dream gaming PC. By any chance, if you have £29,999 ($37,000) forget about throwing a lavish party, don’t take a flight to the same destination every other month rather spend the amount in something you love. Something no one else’s has. Follow your dreams and be the owner of the most expensive gaming computer ever.

8Pack Orion

At the beginning of the year 2017, this beauty known as 8Pack OrionX came out in front of the whole world out of a surreptitious lab. Its single case called Phanteks Enthoo Elite alone costs $949. This single case has the giant-sized machine inside itself. The machine is made of two different systems. The processor ’10-core Intel i7-6950x’ is used to power the higher-end system. However, the other secondary system is powered by a less expensive processor known as Core i7-770K.

A very popular computer builder named Ian Parry and the extremely talented designer of the machine presented the list of the components utilized to make this most expensive gaming PC. It’s just unbelievable how Parry managed to pack so much computing power in an ordinary sized case. His work simply deserves a standing ovation.

Total graphics cards present on the computer are four; each graphics card is worth $1,900. The most amazing part is that the total gaming memory of those cards is equal to 48 GB. Isn’t it just awe-inspiring? A normal portable computer is equipped with a total of 8 GB of memory, now you must be able to perceive the greatness of this high-end gaming PC. Primary memory present in the 8Pack OrionX is 64 GB whereas on the secondary system it’s 16 GB.

There are three diverse storage setups present on the primary computer. The first one is a hard drive ‘1.2 TB Intel 750’, the second storage setup comes with two 1TB Samsung Evo 850 SSDs and the third one is a hard drive called 10TB SATA. You can also download the internet with the help of the second storage system as it is equipped with 512 GB Samsung 960 SSDs.

The cooling loops are built intelligently; they look highly professional and work exceptionally by keeping everything inside at a standard temperature. These liquid loops are three in number and are customized especially for the system. Moreover, there are a huge number of LEDs as well.

You might be thinking OrionX is also another prototype like many fancy car automakers fool people with. However, it is not a prototype and it is not just a stunning concept made to hit the headlines. It is indeed a reality. The world has finally got its most expensive gaming PC. This is ready to be sold out to the gaming enthusiasts.

No doubt at £32,999 ($43,787) OrionX is the most expensive PC present in this world. It is not like any other traditional PC, it’s better than all. The reason it is extremely fascinating is that it is built by a very brilliant and renowned system builder. Majority of the components of this 8Pack are customized, and the best part is that a single chassis holds two awesome premium quality systems. Each of the systems has tremendously fast hardware. One of the systems is ideal for usage at the workstation while the other is apt for gaming.

Beauty & Lightning Features

The interior of this giant beauty is recommendable, every part of it is filled with amazing lightning, fan grills or customized coolants especially made for the cooling system. An Intel i7-6950x alone costs $1,365, on the other side there are four graphics cards called Nvidia GeForce GTX Titan X which is worth $4,400. Besides that other components include a 16 TB of HHD storage and a 1 TB Samsung 850 Pro SSD. To ensure that all of the components present in the PC do not get extremely hot Kylaralthor has placed twenty-six fans inside. Besides that, there is also a customized liquid cooling setup to make sure the system doesn’t heat up.

Some of the other accessories are three 27-inch 1080p monitors, and all of them are even worth seeing. In addition to that the wireless headphones, keyboard, a gaming mouse and 4 TB external drive are also high-quality.

4.4 GHz is used to overclock the 10 core CPU i7-6950X, the Intel’s flagship also has liquid cooled graphics cards. The extremely fast Intel 750 PCI-E SSD has 1TB; you also get a great memory of 64 GB and SSD storage space of about 3.2 TB. More than 2,000 MB/Sec data can be dished out easily. The secondary system of the computer has an excellent motherboard located at the base; it is known as Asus ROG Strix Z270I Gaming mini-ITX. This system has 16 GB RAM, 5.1 GHz overclocking is done by an Intel i7-7700K. Apart from that, an Nvidia GeForce GTX Titan X graphics cards are also there.

The total amount of storage in both the systems of this high-end gaming PC is simply outstanding, it is 24 TB. The SSD based storage is 4 TB, whereas each hard disk has 10 TB. You must be wondering about the purpose behind two systems. The idea is quite clear while your workstation is busy you can still enjoy gaming on the other system. Besides that, you can also use the other system to check videos or photos while continuing your work on the first system. The best thing is the single power supply is used to power both the systems.

The real show stopper of this most expensive gaming PC has to be the recommendable cooling system. The reason it is so amazing and unique is that it is specially made for OrionX; moreover, it’s a customized cooling system. It’s obvious for the 10 core CPU to heat up quickly so to prevent it from overheating the computer has two radiators to cool it. Furthermore, the smaller system and the graphics cards have their own radiator.

Other than the cooling system another kicker in OrionX is its excellent graphics cards. We all know that gaming PCs are incomplete without a good graphics card. The builder of this gorgeous beast didn’t forget that. They made sure this department was also taken care of; unlike traditional gaming PCs this one is equipped with four Nvidia Titan X Pascal graphics cards. Those cards are spread all over both the systems.

Many of you might not know that Nvidia Titan X Pascal is one of the most powerful and high-quality graphics card available on the market. It is extremely fast and per card, there is 12 GB of video RAM. Atop it is so great that the company had to restrict the number of cards sold per customer. Now an individual can buy only two of these graphics card. Keeping that in mind you may know that OrionX has four such graphics cards. Isn’t that just incredible?

It’s obvious that only a few people can afford this beauty, however, if you are a gaming pro or a PC enthusiast then checking it out will definitely bring great delight.

Worth Mentioning Powerful Gaming Computers

DIY expert Linus Sebastian – $30,000

You all might have heard about the DIY wizard and a very famous Youtuber Linus Sebastian. In the year 2016 this genius of LinusTechTips built something amazing, he made a gaming rig worth $30,000. That huge gaming rig has the ability to accommodate 7 gaming setups all at the same time. A single case is handling all of those seven machines at once. Moreover, it is also equipped with an Asus motherboard that is worth $500. The two processors used to power the rig is ’14-core Intel Xeon E5-2697’.

The spec sheet of this stunning machine is filled with some great numbers, 256 GB of DDR 4 RAM is included in it, and it’s worth $2,454. Apart from that 7 1TB SSDs worth $3,267 are also in there. To know whether a gamin is good or not look at their graphics cards. Linus Sebastian did a phenomenal job regarding his gaming PC’s graphics card. The combined cost of seven Radeon R9 Nano GPUs inside the PC is about $4,500.

This monster has excellent internals which has the ability to play the graphically heavy Crysis 3 with ease. However, the sad news is that this beast is not available anymore.

Yoyotech XDNA Aurum

Yoyotech is a well-known British desktop company, in the year 2013 it made headlines when it released a 7,979 pounds gold and black desktop. It was one of the most expensive gaming PCs of its time, Intel i7-4960x was used to power the PC. Moreover, it cost a fortune when Yoyotech XDNA Aurum was released.

When kept of high settings this gaming PC is capable of running any game. Additionally, it comes with Nvidia GeForce Titan GPUs. Since the Titan was released it is just focusing on improving with passing time, and now it is free from any issues. Other important parts of this PC are 2 TB Seagate hybrid drive, 512 GB Samsung 840 Pro SSD, 64 GB of DDR3 memory and a lot more. All of these components are kept safe and comfortable with the help of a customized cooling system.

This rig is extremely classy, the craftsmanship has worked exceptionally well in putting it together. The gold and black color add to the beauty of the rig, and the high-quality components add to the value. The customized back plate and that hand painted fan rigs look simply stunning.

Maingear Epic Force Super Stock X99 – $12,000

Maingear Epic Force Super Stock X99 was released in the year 2015; you can buy it for more than $12000. As compared to other gaming PCs this one actually got purchased by many individuals, that’s the reason you can find X99s review on various sites. Overall it was successful in gaining positive reviews; the only disadvantage mentioned was the high price. But to be honest, as compared to other rigs mentioned above this is not that expensive.

You can get to know about all the components by looking at the side panel window, everything is mentioned there. Some of the components are Intel i7-5960x, 16 GB of Corsair DDR4 memory and many more. You can also use AMD video card with the X99. Apart from that the computer sports a customized version of AMD Radeon R9 295X2 that is known as Vision TekCryoVenom R9 295X2.

Kylaralthor Janus 2.0 – $18,000

The creator of the Kylaralthor Janus 2.0 has priced it more than $18,000. According to the reviews, this gaming setup is good and works exceptionally well. The cost of the desktop alone is more than $10,000. The total price is increased due to the addition of high-end accessories. To ensure the components don’t overheat it is equipped with twenty-six fans and a customized liquid cooling system. All of its accessories are simply spectacular hence making the setup stand out.

Most Expensive Gaming Setup Worth $40,000

Most people know that the epitome of gaming performance lies in the upper echelons of gaming PCs. Custom made PC from Xidax can easily cost you tens of thousands of dollars. With so much money to spend on the high-end hardware, these PCs end up performing better than one could ever imagine.

Xidax once again outdid themselves by releasing a $40,000 gaming setup that blows everything else out of the water. Xidax sent the PC to Unbox Therapy and completely blew away the internet.

The PC setup is beautiful. The most aesthetic feature is the Chris Designs RGB lighting to the next level. The case is the gigantic Corsair Obsidian 1000D which is by far the most massive case Corsair has ever designed. The case also features a tempered glass design on four designs which give it an incredibly upscale look. Furthermore, the size of the case essentially allows you to fit two PCs into one, with a three chamber design that makes setup very easy.

The PC features the most high-end hardware you could imagine. The PC comes with the NVIDIA GV100 32GB HBM2 with NVIDIA Quadro Sync 2; this large graphics card offers 32 GB of dedicated graphics memory. However, a $40,000 PC doesn’t just come with one graphics card it comes with three. The presence of three graphics cards allows you to pretty much scream through any game you desire. You can play all the VR games your heart desires.

Additionally, to support all this graphics power, the pc comes equipped with the Intel Core i9 processor. The i9 clocks in at 4.2 GHz to give the PC ample amounts of processing power. Furthermore, in addition to the 13 fans the case can support, Xidax fitted the PC with water cooling. The custom built water cooling system by Carlos effectively ensures that your PC never heats up.

The full list of hardware used:

CPU Intel Core i9-7980XE Overclocked to 4.2GHZ

RAM 64GB G.Skill DDR4 Trident Z RGB 3200MHZ

SSD x2 Samsung 860 Pro 2TB Raid 0

Fans: x19 Corsair LL120 RGB Fans

Custom Water Cooling by Carlos

Wazz Modz Sleeving Kit

Savant PC’s Reservoir

Chris Designs RGB LED Panel

Motherboard Asus WS X299 Sage

These creators are passionate to build high-end gaming PC. Deep inside they know that a day will come when all of their hard work will be paid and this piece of technology will do wonders.