Gaming Setups have had a huge evolutive trend over the past 10 years. Just like how we seen pro gaming laptops being able to hold 64 GB of RAM or the New RTX 2080 Ti that just destroys the idea of what could be possible next!.
If you want to take gaming to the next level then you should definitely focus on one area and that is the actual Setup of your gaming room and PC.
Here are some the Worlds Top Best and Expensive Gaming Setups ever made
1. Skyrim Gaming Basement $50,000
What you are seeing right in the screen is a $50,000 room setup of a guy who was a Skyrim Fan. Everything in this basement room is themed according to the items in the actual game.
It’s a fully furnished basement with a bathroom that cost him $15,000. There are potions, game items, swords, weapons, armour’s and a giant screen to project his games and play on it. If you want a game night, this is it!
This is the dream.
2. 8Pack OrionX – $30,000
If you are a die hard gamer and you’ve got an extra $30 Grand to spend this Month, then go no further than spending it on this 8 Pack beast.
It was officially announced in January 2017, it is indeed one of the worlds most expensive PC builds ever. This beast with 8 packs as it is named actually contains 2 systems merged into one inside a Phanteks Enthoo Elite ($900) case.
Its has a 10 – core Intel i7 – 6950x processor which costs around $1600 and secondary system a Intel Core i7 – 7700k processor.
If you are curious to know about the graphics, this monster has crazy graphics computing power at least for that time in 2017. Its packed with 4 Nvdia’s GeForce Titan X graphics card which are all $1200 each and a mind boggling 48 GB of Gaming memory.
The High end system holds about 64 GB of primary memory and the secondary system holds about 16 GB.
Were you always worried about storage!. Well this 8 Pack beast comes with 1.2 TB Intel 750 solid-state hard drive and two 1TB Samsung Evo 850 SSDs and a 10 TB SATA Hard Drive. There is also an option for another two 512GB Samsung 960 SSDs incase if you want to download the whole Internet. In total you get around 14 TB of total storage memory.
These days it’s a challenge to save storage memory, but if you get this 8 Pack, its a challenge to fill up the memory.
3. LinusTechTips (7 gamers, 1 CPU – $30,000)
A well-known YouTuber, Linus Sebastian built a PC setup that could hold seven gaming setups at once. This project of his cost him $30,000 which could accomodate seven gaming cpu’s at once.
Orions’s 8 Pack PC was definitely a master piece but imagine being able to hold seven gaming stations into a single rig. These are powered by two 14-core Intel Xeon E5-2697 processors. Those chipsets are built for servers and cost more than $2,500 each.
It includes 256 GB of RAM that costs around $2454 and seven 1 TB SSD’s ($3267). Four may be your lucky number but sometimes 7 is just better. This PC holds seven Radeon R9 GPU graphics card totalling $4500.
The graphics processing power of this machine is just insane. It was able to play Crysis 3, a very high end game that requires a lot of power at 60 to 100 frames per second on all high settings. Now you might wonder thats possible for any gaming pc with a high end graphics card.
However, the situation that Linus took was to play Crysis 3 on seven Predator x34 34 inch monitors at a high 3400×1400 resolution. Now thats powerful!.
4. Yoyotech XDNA Aurum 24K – $13,000
Back in 2013, Yoyotech, A British Tech Company, created a gaming PC that was worth $13,000. At that time, it was one of the most expensive PC’s ever made. Inside its core, it had an Intel i7 -4960x which was the top in the line at that time.
Installed inside was two 1st generation Nvdia GeForce Titan GPU’s that would still be able to run games of 2019 at a good frame rate. It had 64 GB of DDR3 RAM, 512GB Samsung 840 Pro SSD, and an additional 2TB Seagate hybrid drive which were all kept cool by a pro cooling system.
At last the gold – black color finish makes it the best and the most expensive Gaming PC’s of 2013.
5. Maingear Epic Force Super Stock X99 – $12,000
With variety of configuration options available, the 2015 Maingear Epic Force Super Stock X99 could be purchased for more than $12,000.
This machine was a beast for that time, It included an Intel i7-5960x and 16GB of Corsair DDR4 memory. While taking about graphics, it had two VisionTek CryoVenom R9 295X2 which were a custom version of the AMD Radeon R9 295X2.
It had a Samsung’s 850 Pro with an extra 2TB Seagate Barracuda hybrid hard drive. All of this were accomodated into a monstrous steel and aluminum copper-orange Corsair Obsedian 900D tower.
6. Kylaralthor Janus 2.0 – $18,000
The Janus 2.0 is a fully maxed gaming setup that would cost you $18,000 to create it. The desktop itself costs well over $10,000, with accessories bringing the total price to $18 grand.
It had an Intel i7-6950x which added $1100, with four Nvidia GeForce GTX Titan X graphics cards each costing $1100 totalling to $4400. With a monstrous 1TB Samsung 850 Pro SSD and 16TB of HHD storage, you now have the fasted gaming PC on your desk with a total storage memory of 17 GB, you just have too much space which will never be full.
As far as cooling is concerned, it has 26 fans and a $3,181 custom liquid cooling setup. That’s enough cooling to get your frame rates never drop down and that your performance while gaming is always top noch.
Some of the accessories include three 27-inch 1080p monitors, gaming mouse, keybaord and a 4TB external hard-drive incase if you ever need extra storage or if your 17 TB gets Full!!.
Otherwise, you can really game on this setup.