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We look at a selection of PCs that almost beggars belief

Be honest, how many times have you either looked upon advertisers, or visited their websites, and built yourself a virtual extreme PC? A PC that costs a king’s ransom, would no-doubt dim the street lights outside when turned on, and could play even the most intense game at 60fps. We probably all have at some point or another, so in honor of such daydreaming we’re talking a look at what extreme PCs there are out there this week. So here’s the cream of the crop, the ultimate examples of performance at all cost. Almost literally

Arbico Extreme Gaming SLI ($8,871)

Arbico Extreme Gaming SLI ($8,871)

A PC made for the hardcore gamer and enthusiast, this is a terrifying beast of a machine with 64 GB of RAM, 2x 512 GB SSD’s 2x 3TB HDD’s, 2x Nvidia GTX Titan’s with 6GB of GDDRR5 and a Core i& Extreme CPU- overclocked to 4.2 GHz, of course. We have a feeling that this PC might actually try to take off when powered up, so if you have the need for speed pop on over to goo.gl/WgJfG and empty your wallet.

UKGC Zeus Extreme SLI ($5,738)

Although it’s over $3,020 cheaper than the Arbico Extreme, this (Greek) god-like PC is no couch potato. With a Corsair H80 water cooling unit to keep it from reaching critical mass, it packs in 32 GB of RAM, 2x 480GB SSE’s and a 2TB HDD and 2x Nvidia GTX 690’s with 4GB each in QuadSLI. That, and the Core i7 3.6GHz CPU, should be more than enough to enjoy top spec gaming. If you fancy getting your mitts on this Olympian, then drop by goo.gl/SUApS, add it to your cart.

 
Ye Gods! It’s the Zeus Extreme from UKGC

Ye Gods! It’s the Zeus Extreme from UKGC

DinoPC T-Rex GTX Titan ($3,999)

DinoPC have a long-standing and healthy relationship with the gaming fraternity, and its pre-configured PCs are some of the best available – and the T-Rex GTX Titan is one of the most impressive. It packs in a Core i7 4.5GHz overclocked CPU, Corsair H100i Extreme water cooler, 16GB of 2133MHz RAM, a 128GB SSD, 2TB HĐ and the Nvidia GTX Titan with that 6GB of GDDR5. Plus, DinoPC have used the new Asus ROG Rampage IV Extreme motherboard, so you can be sure that it will be able run pretty much anything you decide to throw at it.

If you fancy unleashing the beast, then pop on over to goo.gl/8kgLO

The DinoPC T-Rex GTX Titan. A real beast

The DinoPC T-Rex GTX Titan. A real beast

PC Specialist X79 Extreme ($3,264)

PC Specialist is another company that has enjoyed an illustrious career as a builder of thoroughly ace computers. Its ‘configure a PC’ sections are probably one of the most visited for the virtual extreme builder, but the X79 is its answer to the extreme pre-designed unit. Its starting spec includes Core i7 3.2GHz, Asus P9X79 motherboard, 16GB 2400MHz RAM, a 180GB SSD and a 2TB HDD, 4GB Nvidia GTX 680, liquid CPU cooler and a Sound Blaster Z 5.1 sound card, but you can add, tweak and improve the base spec to a point well beyond the norm.

 
PC Specialist’s X79, with cool glowing red bits.

PC Specialist’s X79, with cool glowing red bits.

The alternative

Of course, you could always build your own extreme PC, using components from a number of online stores. However, with the machines above you’re getting something that’s been crafted by fellow enthusiasts.

Still, a good alternative would be to tweak the base specs, if possible, and drop the price somewhat. A little less RAM here, a single GPU there. You won’t end up with the world’s most extreme PC, but you’ll still get a powerhouse for your money.

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