Gaming PCs are made for power and performance. They have the components to output huge resolutions at maximum frame rates because gaming PCs need all the juice they can get:
And gaming PCs have evolved over the years, with some of the most expensive gaming PCs costing a small fortune.
However, when buying an expensive gaming PC, it often goes beyond simply the best hardware. So let us look at the most expensive gaming PCs right now.
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The MSI Aegis Ti5 looks like a very aggressive alien ship. But the looks aren’t the only aggressive thing about the Aegis Ti5. The Aegis Ti5 has three separate cooling chambers for the PSU, GPU, and CPU to give optimal thermal performance. Both the CPU and the GPU chambers are liquid-cooled with 240 mm AIO coolers.
The Aegis Ti5 comes with the latest i9 processor with 5.3 GHz of clock speed. The GPU that powers this mammoth is the MSI GeForce RTX 3080. A second 240 mm AIO cooler dissipates heat from this compartment. The Aegis Ti5 comes with the mATX Z490 top-of-the-line motherboard that supports up to 128 GB of RAM.
The most striking feature about the MSI Aegis Ti5 is the gaming dial display at the front. You can use this dial to switch between performance settings and even start your favorite games.
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At number 4, we see another machine built with MSI components. The CUK Aegis RS is a pre-built gaming PC with exclusively MSI parts. It comes with the latest I9 processor and the GeForce RTX 3090.
The CUK Aegis RS comes with a special MSI case that has a prism-like front. The case is made with aluminum and tempered glass. The case has very sharp-looking edges and a sleek design.
In terms of other hardware, you have an MSI Z490 motherboard with 64 GB of DDR4 RAM. This beast is powered using an 850W Plus Gold PSU. There is a 3 TB M.2 NVMe SSD installed as well.
In terms of cooling, there are 4x 120 mm RBG fans mounted to the case and a 120 mm Dragon CPU liquid cooler that cools the CPU. All of the RGB on this machine can be controlled via MSI’s Dragon Center software. You can expect to pay $4,599 for the CUK Aegis RS.
The CUK Mantis takes inspiration from the praying mantis in its overall design and aesthetic. The frame is sleek and long, with green accents and RBG lighting. The chassis features similar wings on the front and top of the case with green trims.
In terms of the hardware inside, the latest i9 processor by Intel and the Nvidia RTX 3090 power the mantis. The mantis comes with an ATX ASUS prime Z490-P motherboard with 120 GB of DDR4 RAM, 850 W Gold PSU, and 2TB SSD and 4 TB HDD combo.
In terms of cooling, the mantis comes with 120mm Halo Ring LED fans that surround the case’s front, top, and back. There are 3x fans on the front. On the top are the dual AIO fans and a single 120mm exhaust in the back. That makes it a total of 6x Fans that cool this beast.
The CUK mantis will set you back $4,599.99 on Amazon.com right now.
Similar to the previous two pre-built machines by CUK. The Continuum Micro gamer supports almost identical specifications. Because honestly, you can’t really go above those anyways.
The case itself is the love child of two RBG lovers. Because it has a lot of it. The front panel has several different lighting effects, and the side panel is just a huge, tampered glass for you to enjoy the light show.
In terms of colling, the Continuum uses both liquid and air coolers to do its thing. There isa total of 6 pre-installed fans on the chassis with a dedicated liquid cooler for the CPU.
You can expect to pay about $4,899 for the CUK Continuum Micro Gamer PC.
At number one, The Aventum X takes its spot as the most expensive gaming PC. The Aventum X chassis is 28.5” tall by 25.8” long gaming PC. The Aventum actually a huge PC; it supports 15 how to swap storage bays. There is a pre-routed power panel at the top of the case to make it easier to change GPUs.
The best part is the Aventum X comes in any specifications you desire. You can make your own custom RIG inside the Aventum X on order.
You can expect to pay as much as $15,000 when you order a specialized Aventum X.