The Most Expensive Gaming PC In The World – Buy Now!

8Pack OrionX

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If you’re not like me and have a mere $30,000 lying around your house, then perhaps I can interest you in the most lavish and expensive gaming PC in the world!

The 8pack OrionX developed by Overclockers UK, deserves the title for being the ‘highest of ends’ in custom-built gaming PC’s.

Harvesting not only a combination of two incredible gaming desktops but a chassis worth more than $1000 alone.

Today in the Accessory Test, we examine the mind of its creator Ian ‘8Pack’ Parry and the birth of this ‘fat’ setup.

Ian Delivers An 8Pack Parry

“I wanted to create a truly jaw-dropping system which would be a world leader in both aesthetics and performance.”

And you truly did Ian, I cannot argue with the fact that what you created is on the same level as the birth of Jesus.

I mean the 8Pack OrionX is the Lamborghini of gaming, forget paying bills or going to Europe for a nice holiday with the wife and kids. If you have this bad boy it’d be safe to say your life would be legitimately complete.


The specifications rock a primary and secondary system, both of which are equipped with top-range processing and graphical power.

PRIMARY SYSTEM

  • Processor: Intel Core i9-7980XE (Skylake-E) = $1,800.00
  • Motherboard: Asus X99 Rampage V Extreme Edition 10 = $499.00
  • Graphics: 3 × NVIDIA Titan X Pascal 12GB in Tri-SLI = $6,000
  • Memory: Corsair Dominator Platinum 64GB 2666MHz =$971
  • Primary Storage: Intel 1.2TB 750 PCI-EX SSD = $1,069
  • Secondary Storage: 2 × Samsung 850 Pro 1TB SDD in RAID 0 = $240
  • Tertiary Storage: Seagate Barracuda 10TB HDD = $340

TOTAL PRICE = $11,059 USD
SECONDARY SYSTEM

  • Processor: Intel Core i7-7700K @ 5.1GHz (min) =$313
  • Motherboard: Asus ROG Strix Z270 I = $589
  • Graphics: NVIDIA Titan X Pascal 12GB = $3,205
  • Memory: Corsair Dominator Platinum 16GB 3200MHz = $218
  • Primary Storage: 2 × Samsung 960 Polaris 512GB NVME in RAID 0 = $608
  • Secondary Storage: Seagate Barracuda 10TB HDD = $340

TOTAL PRICE = $5273 USD 

COMBINED PRICE = $16,932 USD

 My Thoughts

The price doesn’t take into account the custom-built water cooling system or chassis, which was combined with the Intel Core i9-7980XE (Skylake-E) in order to have this system run without burning up in flames.

Therefore, the manufacturing price should be around $24,000 USD, due to the custom logos and LED lighting.

But wait there’s more!

The retail price is much higher! check it out in more detail here.

I think its safe to say that if you do decide to purchase this for whatever reason, you’ll be happy to know that you’re not alone…

5 Star Reviews From Satisfied Customers

WOW

“finally found something to spend my student loan on. and boy was it worth it!!!!!

now only at -£22000”—- Finley


Worth a kidney ? I think so

“So yesterday, I called up the local black market organ dealer guy, and told him, I needed 30 grand. He told me to put my

kidney up for sale and that’s just what I did. Was it worth it you guys ask?

It definitely was.” —- Good Guy Saul 


Great

“Ordered 15 incredibly cheap, Couldn’t believe how cheap when first spotted
Only had to sell the house wife and kids
Five stars” —- Bob


New House

“This is, hands down, the best decision I’ve ever made. And the box it came in is incredibly roomy too, which is a huge bonus, because I live in it now.” —- I Just Bought a $24k PC


You Only Live Once

So why not spend your hard-earned cash on something that outruns every game in 4K Ultra HD, allowing you to enter alternate dimensions, bending time and space at your leisure…

Because Ian said so that’s why.

Built the worlds most expensive gaming pc

All praise the “8Pack”.

I hope you guy’s enjoyed today’s article.

If you have any concerns before purchasing like financial assistance, please don’t hesitate to ask the bank.

Take care and have a great day!

Jeremy.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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14 Replies to “The Most Expensive Gaming PC In The World – Buy Now!

  1. nice and expensive gaming monster. The price seems like no water cool system and no monitor included. I think this one should come with at least a 4K resolution monitor for the best performance. After having the full accessories, it will be more expensive. really need to claim down to make the purchase decision.

    1. Yeah I agree with you Peter, I think it should atleast include a 4K monitor if it is going to be that expensive. I think it’d be atleast worth it as a packaged deal!

  2. LOL LOL LOL. Funniest article I’ve read since joining WA. I’ve never been one of those people who upgrade their computer every 3 months: better CPU, videocard, RAM, etc. I also don’t overclock everything to the absolute limit: CPU, GPU, RAM, northbridge. I never overclock because it seems you have to overclock quite a bit for a small boost in performance and the more you overclock something the sooner it will fail. I always have hardware that lets me play the games I want to play without overclocking. So I never bother. Great article.

    1. Exactly right Peter! overclocking doesn’t bring huge amounts of performance and creates a higher chance of your PC bumming out. Thanks for the support and comment:)

  3. Holly cow. This is sweet. I love gaming, and seeing this spec is crazy. The case itself $1000, so sweet. I’ll have to show this to my brother. He puts stuff together. Wonder if he could do it cheaper. hahahaha.

  4. That is pretty incredible! I think it’s safe to say that just one 4K monitor isn’t going to do it. You’ll need a whole wall of monitors. It sure would be nice to have that kind of cash laying around to throw something like this together.

  5. Well….maybe if i sell everything i own i could buy it…
    It truly sounds like it’s the greatest pc for gaming but even so….but if i was to get such a “tank” i rather ask my brother to help me get every piece separately and build it myself, that would save me a couple thousands XD
    Sir Jeremy, would you buy this pc?
    I love the sarcastic remarks in the reviews hehehe

    1. I think this PC is like the pinnacle of gaming at the moment and trumps any hardware. 100% if you bought the parts separately and did it yourself you’d save tons of money!

      If I had plenty of money I would just send it and buy it haha but my wallet is near empty… You don’t need something this powerful as most high-end gaming pcs will run you around $2000.

      I’m never sarcastic.. haha (jk) have a great day!

  6. I personally can think of better things to spend my 30k on however I do a couple of serious gaming friends who I think will love this. I am going to send them your site link, they will think it’s a bargain!
    Thank you sharing!

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