If you’re a PC gamer, and you’re looking for the best gaming experience possible, then you may be wondering if an expensive gaming PC is worth it. In this article, we’ll take a look at six expensive gaming PCs that are sure to give you an edge in your next game. So, whether you’re looking to buy your first expensive gaming PC or just want to see what the top of the line looks like, keep reading!
1. Falcon Northwest Tiki with liquid cooling
Falcon Northwest is well-known for making expensive gaming PCs, but this one has to be the coolest looking and most expensive of them all! It’s called the Tiki and it’s a system that you can get in any configuration you want…but we recommend going big or going home because the only thing more expensive than this computer is the top of the line.
2. Alienware Area 51 with liquid cooling
Alienware isn’t just well-known for its expensive gaming laptops, it also makes some pretty impressive desktops as well! The most powerful one they have is the Area 51 and costs over $5,000 to buy (not including the monitor and peripherals). But you’ll find that there’s a reason why it’s so expensive: even the cheapest configuration of this computer comes with an Intel Core i7 Quad-Core processor, 16GBs of RAM, 1TB hard drive, 256 GB SSD, AMD Radeon HD 6970 graphics card with 2GB of GDDR5 VRAM, and a high definition LED monitor.
3. Maingear VYBE with liquid cooling
If you want a customizable expensive gaming PC that’s going to be able to handle anything you throw at it, then the VYBE is probably the computer for you! It has a wide range of options from which you can choose, including the case, motherboard, graphics card, hard drive space, and even some items that are more “miscellaneous”.
4. Falcon Northwest Mach V with liquid cooling
Falcon Northwest has yet another computer on our list of expensive gaming PCs! The Mach V follows many of their traditional designs when it comes to their computers. It has a rectangular design and uses a combination of aluminum and steel. This computer even comes with a Faraday cage for added protection from electronic failure.
5. Alienware X51 with liquid cooling
This is another expensive gaming PC from the folks over at Dell/Alienware, but this one doesn’t have quite as many customization options as some of the others on our list. You can customize your hard drive, RAM, and graphics card options; but the processor is set to an Intel Core i5 Quad-Core 3.4GHz processor (not upgradeable) and it also comes with a 1TB hard drive and 8GBs of DDR3 RAM.
6. Origin PC Chronos
This is another customizable expensive gaming PC that you can get in any configuration you want! It has an optional liquid-cooled Intel Core i7 CPU, NVIDIA GeForce GTX 690 graphics card, and up to 12GBs of RAM. The bad news is that it’s one of the priciest computers you can buy: just the entry-level machine will cost well over $2,500.
Have we given you some ideas yet? Which one of these expensive gaming PCs looks like it’s right for you? Or can you think of another equally impressive and/or expensive computer to add to the list? Let us know in the comments!