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28 May 2015 - 10:39 am


5-Falcon North West Mach V

Custom Paint job of the Chassis of the Mach V(Image by MacMagazine)

If you are looking for a computer which looks like it has been carved out of a Ferrari, here you have it. The custom paint job of the chassis beats any of the other chassis designs in this list (just comparing the paint job and not the spaceship like features).

  • Processor and Motherboard: The Mach V comes with Intel Core i7-5000 Series with Intel X99 (Haswell-E), Intel 4th Gen. Core i5 & i7 Series with Intel Z97 (Haswell) Processors.
  • Graphics: This system also has NVidia 3-way SLI Support and the triple Titan configuration of the Mach V is arguably the best possible graphic configuration for this system (you might argue that you can build a better one at a much cheaper cost, but one doesn't build a Ferrari in his garage, one buys it).
  • RAM: The system can accommodate up to 64 GB of memory in the X99 chipset and up to 32GB in the Z97chipset.
  • Storage and Optical Drives: The storage unit can support up to 6 hard drives and the system consists of 5 external bays to add optical drives.

The Falcon North West Mach V is the right choice if you are looking for a computer with a very polished look and top-end resources. You can buy a basic falcon at somewhere around $2406 for the Z97 chipset and $3078 for Z99 chipset but if you are actually considering buying this beauty, price should not be a factor for you. The top end models from the OEM can cost more than $40000 redefining our standards of the best gaming PC.

4-Xotic PC Executioner

iCheck out the cool internal LED lighting and the cooling system of Executioner (Image by PCComputerdeals)

The executioner, as the name suggests slays its competition in terms of performance. The multitude of choice offered for the chassis selection and along with the custom paint job and the internal and external lighting setup gives the executioner a wide range of looks and provides an option to make your rig one of a kind.

  • Processor and Motherboard: This system comes with Intel Core i7-5930k (Haswell-E) processor on an Asus X99 Deluxe motherboard.
  • Graphics: The rig can be equipped with up to 4 video cards running in 4 way SLI configuration. The NVidia GTX 980 4GB GDDR5 is the commonly used video card in this rig.
  • Power Supply: It uses a Corsair Titanium AX1500i 1500W PSU with custom braided cable.
  • RAM: The system comes with 32GB Crucial DDR4 SD RAM but can be expanded to up to 64GB as the X99 chipset can accommodate this setup.
  • Optical Drive: The optical drive can read Blu-ray disks and burn DVD/CDs.
  • Cooling: The system is liquid cooled and the stock model uses Xotic PC FrostBite + dual GPU cooling system. This liquid cooling system uses a 3/8th inch hard line white acrylic tubing consisting of 240mm and 360mm radiators. The internal hard tubing combined with the LED lighting gives it a very out-of-the-world look. One downside to the hard piping is that you would not be able to modify your rig easily.
  • Price: The starting price of this computer is $5249 and it comes with 2xNvidia GeForce 980 video cards and 1TB storage and 256GB Samsung 840 Evo SSD. And as always the price increases with the various modifications that can be selected while ordering.

3-Digital Storm Aventum II

Digital Storm Aventum II Promo Video

The features that make Aventum II stand out are the custom engineered cooling system and the unique rear heat exhaust system which removes the heat from the body and removes it through the back. One flaw in their logic was that this sink was located at the bottom but as we all know, warm air rises up. Since they are charging such a huge price for it, it’s safe to assume that they kept this point in mind and designed this accordingly. The liquid cooling system can be either hard piped or be fitted with piping with quick-disconnects which allow for easier modifications. If any of the graphic cards is giving you trouble then you can disconnect it using the quick-disconnects and remove the graphic card, reconnect the quick-disconnect and use your computer normally. This will not be the case with hard piping. But hard piping in itself can make the appearance of the whole rig much better.

The efficient cooling system and the well organized interiors of the Digital Storm Aventum-II 

  • Processor and Motherboard: The Aventum 2 comes with Intel Core Hexa-Core i5 5930K (3.5GHz) mounted on an Asus Rampage V (Intel X99 chipset) motherboard. The device can be overclocked to an insane 4.5-4.8GHz thanks to the insane cooling system installed in the CPU. 
  • RAM: The system is equipped with 16GB Corsair Dominator Platinum DHX DDR4 RAM.
  • Power Supply: The system uses a 1050W Corsair HX1050 PSU.
  • Storage: It comes with a 256GB Samsung SSD running in RAID 0 and 1TB of HDD space.
  • Price: The Aventum II starts of at a price of $4501 and the Ultimate setup comes for $7242 consisting of 2SLI NVidia Titan 12GB video cards.

2-Origin PC Millennium/Genesis

Origin PC Millennium/ Genesis Promo Video                                                                                                       

The Millennium (mid tower)/Genesis (full tower) can accommodate the motherboard in 4 different alignments inside the chassis along with all the other components.The LED lighting can be changed using a remote control which comes with the system.The Full-tower can be converted in the mid tower configuration and vice versa with relative ease.The base of the full tower can either be used to hold hard drives or to function as a dual radiator.

The half tower and full tower configurations of Millenium/Genesis

  • Graphics: The gamer gets to choose from the latest AMD and NVidia graphic cards in either single, 2-way, 3-way or 4-way SLI configurations.
  • Processor: The CPU utilizes the latest 4th generation i5 and i7 quad and dodeca (12)-core processors. They can be overclocked to up to 4.8GHz.
  • RAM: The system can be equipped with up to 64GB of high speed DDR3 or DDR4 RAM.
  • Storage: The Genesis can hold up to 34 hard drives at a time.
  • Price: The standard version of Origin Genesis costs $7399 but the very basic model comes for just $2208 and as always, the more you are willing to pay, more the number of modifications and closer you get to own the best gaming PC in the world.                                                                   

1-Main Gear Epic Force Super Stock

Main Gear Force Super Stock Promo Video

The last item on the list, and I am sure that it is worth the wait, is the Force Super Stock.The chassis can have a custom paint job done but the paralleled dual pump water cooling system is the feature that distinguishes this desktop from the others, consisting of 85 fittings. It also has an easy access drain port for the coolant. The cooling system in the entirety paired with the ambient LED lighting inside the chassis makes the whole rig look beautiful.

Bright LED lit interiors and cooling system of the Force

  • Processor: This monster comes with Intel® Core™ i7 5820K 6-core 3.3GHz/3.6GHz Turbo 15MB L3 Cache w/ HyperThreading (12 Threads).
  • Motherboard: ASUS Rampage V Extreme X99
  • RAM: The processor is paired with the 16GB Corsair LPX DDR4 memory. The chipsets consists of 4 additional DIMM slots and hence the maximum limit to the RAM on this system would be 64GB.
  • Graphics: The system can support up to 4 GPUs in Quad-Crossfire configuration.
  • Storage: The computer comes with 3x850 Pro SSDs in Raid 0 and a 2TB Barracuda XT-HDD.
  • Optical Drive: It consists of an optical drive with DVD-RW (but no Blu-ray readability).
  • Power Supply: The system runs using a 1500W PSU.    
  • Price: The above specs come at a price of $6090 and can be customized as per your budget. 



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    legr96 4 years 1 month ago

    Since I live in Venezuela, and the minimun salary here is 63$ I would be able to buy an Alienware area 51 in about 6 years without spending not even a penny of my mothly wages.