What if you have an incredible amount of money, a Bugatti Veyron in your garage, and an extra $ 50,000 to spend on one of the most expensive gaming PC in the world? If you could imagine such a situation, then in this article a monster of gaming computers will be assembled, which only a few can afford.
Immediately, we note that the prices are approximate and vary in different stores. For an easier selection, pcpartpicker.com was chosen, which collects information from different sites and displays the average price. It is also impossible to guess what the exchange rate will be throughout 2019, so when you read it, most likely, you will see other prices (when writing the article, we used a simple rate for calculations of $ 1 = 60 rubles).
In addition to our own assembly of a gaming PC, we will briefly mention the already assembled 8Pack OrionX monster worth $ 30,000. At the moment, this is the best high-end computer for the average gamer.
8PACK OrionX – the ultimate gaming PC
A $ 30,000 computer is undoubtedly one of the most expensive gaming PCs on the planet. In fact, it was built by a world renowned overclocker. The OrionX comes in an 8PACK design honoring the creator of this beast, Ian 8Pack Perry. Ian “8Pack” Perry, renowned computer builder and designer of this machine, provided a list of components for his extravagant project. The amount of processing power that he was able to pack into a stunning package is simply hard to imagine.
Many of the components were custom made. This monster, in fact, consists of two different systems, packaged within a single housing Phanteks Enthoo Elite cost $ 900 – one for use as a working system, and the other – incredibly fast gaming PCs. The idea behind having two systems in the same chassis is that part of your workstation can be busy rendering, be it 3D rendering, video editing or complex simulations, while you can enjoy a 4K game session or customize your photos or videos. Or even handle a different render session on a different system. Both systems are powered from the same power supply.
The OrionX is one of the most powerful computers ever made to the market. It boasts five the SSD, which contains slightly more than 4.2 terabytes, plus two hard Seagate Barracuda drive capacity of 10 terabytes, that is, have a total of 24.2 TB storage. Paired with 64GB of Corsair Dominator Platinum RAM, it delivers incredible results. The main system houses the flagship 10-core Intel Core i7-6950X processor, which has been overclocked to at least 4.4 GHz, and both it and the graphics cards use liquid cooling. You also get 64GB of RAM, 3.2TBstorage space for any kind of information, a 1TB SSD from the incredibly fast Intel 750 PCI-E SSD, which can process data at over 2000MB / s.
Asus Z10PE-D8 WS SSI EEB Dual-CPU LGA2011-3 Motherboard
The cost of this motherboard ranges from $ 530 at NewEgg to $ 600 at Amazon (32-36 thousand rubles). It is the dual-processor mother of the SSI EEB form factor. It consists of high quality components and supports 4 video cards. Maximum support for 512GB of RAM.
2x Intel Processors – Xeon E5-2699 V3 2.3GHz 18-Core OEM / Tray Processor
The total cost of two Xeon E5-2699 is $ 8,000 or 480,000 rubles. Delivery from Amazon will cost about $ 100 more, using Qwintry, but with an extra 500 thousand, you can fly for two stones. The maximum clock speed of the processor with Turbo Boost is 3.5 GHz.
The famous DIY Linus Sebastian (Linus Tech Tips) reviewed a similar system with two Xeon E5-2699 processors. A test of 7 gamers simultaneously connected to one system unit showed incredible results (about 60-70 FPS in Crysis 3). The power of these processors is enough to simultaneously render complex simulations in Cinema4D, sculpt in ZBrush and work with animation in Maya.
System Memory – 2x Crucial – 256GB (4 x 64GB) DDR4-2666
The motherboard Asus Z10PE-D8 WS SSI EEB Dual-CPU has 8 slots for RAM and a maximum support of 512GB. The Crucial 256GB Kit (4 x 64GB) DDR4-2666 is perfect for our system. 4 dies of 64 Gigabytes on the official website crucial.com will cost $ 4,143 or 248,580 rubles. Since there are 8 slots, and we have a place where to put 4 more of the same dies, the total cost of RAM will be $ 8286 or 497,160 rubles.
CPU Coolers – 2x Corsair – H80i 77.0 CFM Liquid CPU Cooler
One such cooler will cost $ 152 or 9120 rubles. By simple arithmetic operations, the total cost of the coolers is 18,240 rubles.
Graphics Cards – 4x PNY NVIDIA Quadro M6000 12GB
The cost of one video card ranges from $ 2000 to $ 2500. The NVIDIA Quadro M6000 with 3072 general-purpose processors is the professional solution for massive data computation, ultra-complex simulations, GPU rendering and more. 4 such video cards in SLI will be able to make this assembly one of the most powerful gaming PCs in the world. Total: 600,000 rubles.