Talking about the most expensive gaming PC is like having a sports car inside of your garage – it will give you prestige because people will be impressed you have something that not many people or players can buy. Because when we talk about an expensive item, it’s not something that can cost around $500 or even $1000. We talk about a bit more expensive than those numbers.
But for those who understand value and quality, spending money on a gaming rig you desire is an equivalent exchange. Because Power equals money. And when you Plan to have big power, it means an investment that involves large amounts of funds, especially in this era when a graphic card can cost more than your overall gaming build. It’s… really crazy how people can build this gaming rig that can be considered the most expensive gaming PC in the world, but I know why. Just one word, Power.
Long story short, here I am with another compilation of 5 gaming PC that you can consider the most expensive in the world your money can buy. As always, This list here is my personal preference, if you have your own that you want to tell, always put it in the comment below! Let’s go in.
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MSI Aegis Ti5 – $3,500
Nowadays, gamers have one mission: achieving high FPS in a 4K resolution. What do they need to get that? A mean machine that came out from the Terminator movie… just kidding 😀
I’m talking about the 10th gen Intel Core i9-10900K with a processor speed of about 3.7GHz with 32GB of 2x dual channel of DDR4 RAM, but can be upgraded up to 128GB. The graphic cards are using the Msi’s Nvidia Geforce RTX 3080 GDDR6X 10GB, two types of storage slots – PCIe M.2 for your NVME SSD and the SATA Slot with both are customizable.
All of these components are being supplied by the 750W 80 Plus Gold Certified PSU which delivers powers without any worry. And the price range? Well, it reaches around $ 3,500-ish and you can definitely buy it, to help you reach the peak performance of your game.
Alien Aurora R13 – $5,200
The Alien has stumbled here on the earth after 200 lightyears travel and eventually help us with their technology… that’s just my made-up story. Don’t take it seriously 😀
But sure, the Dell’s Alienware Aurora R13 is definitely an out-of-this-world gaming PC. with a design that resembles an alien obelisk complete with the Alienware logo on the front and glass on the side, with two different colors that you can choose – the Dark Side of the Moon (apparently, looks like a matte black) or the Lunar Light (It’s like a light grey or a bit darker white).
Speaking about the organ, the Alienware Aurora got quite the power to boost your games. I’m talking about the 12th gen Intel core i9-12900KF with power from 3.20GHz which can be boosted up to 5.20GHz with Turbo, Nvidia Geforce RTX 3090 GDDR6X 24GB, and 4x32GB DDR5 RAM. On the memory side, what you got is 2TB M.2 NVME SSD as well as 2TB 7200RPM SATA 6GB/s storage.
All these packages come in a price tag of around $5,200-ish, but you will get a liquid-cooled gaming PC and a style you can’t ignore.
HP Omen 40L – $5,500
HP kicking up hard recently with their top-notch gaming item. Their laptop like the Omen and the recent entry-level HP Victus has shown that the company is definitely capable of pushing the boundaries of gaming specs to another level. Furthermore, now they come with a really special HP Omen 40L, the gaming desktop that reaches the title of Beast Machine.
The HP Omen 40L is a pre-customizable PC with the part that you desired. The custom itself looks like the Need for Speed – Heat because you need to match all the parts in order to complete your setup.
Having the heart of AMD Ryzen 9 5900X 12 cores has the power of 3,7GHz that can be boosted up to 4.8GHz, liquid-cooled with RGB lighting. 4x 16GB DDR4 RAM, 2TB of WD Black PCIe NVME SSD with the additional storage of SATA HDD 7200RPM of 2TB, and the most important thing is the Nvidia Geforce RTX 3090 24GB of dedicated graphics cards, Realtek Wi-Fi 6 + Bluetooth 5.2. All of them are powered by the 800W 80 Plus Gold-certified ATX Power Supply.
All of these specs can be bought at the price of around $5,500-ish on HP’s own website. Well, to be honest, I am still surprised if HP can make this magnificent beast. Way to go, HP!
Digital Storm – Aventum X – $25,000+
If you looking for a beast with the power to reach high RPM in a 4K display without breaking any sweat from your PC tower, then without a doubt, this one is perfect for you. Reaching the top three in our most expensive gaming PC compilation.
Created from the Digital Storm’s lab with a total matte-black color and a Thunder-shaped logo that emits an RGB color as well as from the fans, the inner side of the PC, everywhere. Inside of its beautiful-yet-simple case are the organs made of hi-tech materials which can boost up whatever you are doing. From gaming to video editing. Even playing the Microsoft Flight Simulator isn’t a big task anymore.
I’m talking about the AMD Ryzen Threadripper PRO w64-core with the power up to 4.5GHz, the more-than-enough 512GB DDR4 3200MHZ of Digital Storm Performance Series RAM, the Trusted Platform Module – the hard drive from your protection, three different storage set – 1x m.2 NVME SSD 2TB, 2x M.2 NVME SSD 8GB, and 4x SATA HDD, 1x Geforce RTX 3090 Ti 24GB Performance Edition, Creative Sound Blaster Sound Card, and connected by 1500W 80 Plus Gold Power Supply.
All of these powers are a masterpiece created by Digital Storm and are available for you in a price range of around $25,500-ish. But the good thing is, this PC is customizable so you can have anything that you need inside its metal skin.
8pack OrionX2 – The Currently Most Expensive Gaming PC at $43,000
Coming from Great Britain, with the power equal to Bond’s Aston Martin is the PC that cost you half of Agent 007’s hypercar. Previously famous to release the company’s Flagship, Orion X, did not return with an even crazier PC tower with overturned specs to reach the peak performance. Please welcome, 8pack OrionX2!
Comes in a cool-looking Full-size PC tower covered with a matte black and silver on the inside and tempered glass on the other side showing off its beefy organs that will make the people look and say “WAW!”.
We are not done yet. Inside, the 8pack OrionX2 combined not only 1, but two different PCs fused together inside of the oversized PC case. The Primary system got the latest Intel core i9-10980XE 18-core processor which was overclocked to reach the base 4.6GHz. Coupled with 3x Nvidia RTX 3090 Ampere 24GB graphic cards and 4x32GB Corsair Vengeance RGB Pro. Memory-wise, it is a 2x 2TB Intel 970 EVO M.2 NVME SSD and Seagate Ironwolf Pro HDD with 14GB storage. To accommodate all of these, OrionX2 is using ASUS Rampage VI Extreme Encore Edition E-ATX, a full-sized motherboard to accommodate all the mind-boggling power.
Below the full-sized E-ATX of the primary system, is the second one with the size of Mini-ITX. Packed with another mind-boggling Intel core i7-10700K that is overclocked to reach the 5.0 GHz level. Packed with 2x16GB Team Group 8Pack edition DDR4 RAM and the same Nvidia RTX 3090 24GB – the same as the primary system. On the memory is 2x M.2 NVME SSD Samsung 970 Evo with 2TB storage and 14TB Seagate Iron Wolf HDD.
Both of the systems are supplied by the 8Pack Edition Super Flower Leadex Power Supply that spouts around 2000Watt of power through 80Plus Platinum Certification PSU. To make sure head delivery is handled well, every system including the processor and the graphic cards is also packed with a liquid-cooled reservoir that is situated on the side of the motherboard. You will see it because it’s so appealing.
To own this special gaming PC, you need to have at least around GBP 31,845 or around $43,000 and this hyper beast will be yours. You don’t need to worry about the quality, because the person who overclocked the dragon’s heart is Ian “8Pack” Parry, the world champion overclocker who already got so many world records for overclocking. Without a doubt, 8Pack OrionX most expensive high-end gaming PC your money can buy.
Talking about a gaming PC, Power is definitely everything, and to get this, you need a mix of the right parts to match it up. The reason why these PCs are so expensive is because of the effort that is put into them to burst the power that is necessary for You, oh my fellow gamers. Also, a bit of overclocking will put your rig on the grand line of power.
What I can say is, get the gaming PC that is perfect for you. Something that will keep your gaming activity in a good way, it doesn’t hold you for getting victories. Live is good if you can play well, isn’t it?
In the end, always play to your heart’s content!