Go above and beyond with a PC powerful enough to end worlds
T O TA L $3,565
Strix X470-F Gaming Asus $215 Get the most from the new AMD Ryzen 2700X with this matching X470 motherboard that’s packed with features.
Ryzen 7 2700X AMD $330 Easy to overclock, and with huge performance out of the box, AMD’s new flagship CPU is the one to go for.
GeForce GTX 1080Ti Turbo Asus $950 The GTX 1080Ti isn’t cheap, so any chance to knock money off the price is one we’ll take. This Asus version does just that.
Kraken X62 NZXT $156 The Kraken is the culmination of three of our favorite things: An infinity mirror, a 280mm radiator, and slick braided cooling.
Vengeance LED RGB 32GB - 3200 Corsair $430 Ryzen is the one processor that does benefit hugely from higher frequency memory. This kit is perfect for any would-be video expert.
HX750i 80 Plus Platinum Corsair $170 Modular, custom cable kits, and a platinum efficiency rating. What’s not to love about this Corsair PSU? Nothing, that’s what.
960 Evo 500GB M.2 PCIe SSD Samsung $225 The 960 Evo is still our SSD of choice, and it’s time we moved to 500GB. That way you can fit all your games on your boot drive, too.
WD Blue 4TB Western Digital $99 With a large boot SSD, there’s little need for a large, cheap SSD. Instead we’ve opted for a huge 4TB hard drive for all your bulk data.
Enthoo Evolv ATX TG Phanteks $180 The 5mm thick aluminum panels resonate with svelte professionalism, and the interior makes building inside this a dream.
XB271HU Acer $600 Our previous choice, the AOC AG271QG, has shot up in price. This Acer is now the best value 165Hz IPS gaming display.
K70 LUX RGB Corsair $130 Even when money is no object it’s hard to argue against Corsair’s latest K70. A no-fuss, solid piece of aluminum craftsmanship.
Rival 700 SteelSeries $80 Swappable sensors, back plates, 3D printed rear guards, and an OLED display. The most comfortable, adaptive mouse we’ve used.