This $27K Gaming PC Runs Seven Games at Once on Seven Monitors
So how much would you be willing to spend on a gaming PC that you could stick with for a good long time? $2000 to $3000? But what if you are a guy who has a lot of money to show off?
Before you go looking, let us introduce you to one beast of a PC that simply has no parallel: a $27000 gaming PC that can run seven AAA games on seven different screens at the same time!
This one would beat the Large Pixel Collider just with the signal of a hand (if it had any). Basically, it is seven setups packed together in one monstrous tower; the CPUs are shared, but they feed seven separate virtual machines at the same time.
In other words, it can be divided into seven equal portions in terms of power and each one of them will be better than your good gaming rig. Watch it fly below:
Here’s a rundown on what the gaming PC packs:
- Eight sticks of 32GB DDR4 RAM – $2454.72
- Eight 1TB SSDs – roughly $3267.92, going off of the 960GB drive currently available.
- Case – $399.95
- Seven 34” curved-screen monitors – $10,003
- Two 14-core 2.60GHz processors – $5312.64
- Dual CPU Motherboard – $564.91
- Seven AMD R9 Nano 4GB cards – $4543
- 1500W PSU – $674.50
After trying to digest all this, one thing comes to my mind: Oculus Rift who?
Anyhow, do you know of any other mega setups like this one? If you do, you should let us know in the comments section below, maybe we’ll feature your gaming PC here next time.