Go above and beyond with a PC powerful enough to end worlds
Strix X470-F Gaming Asus $185 Get the most from the new AMD Ryzen 2700X with this matching X470 motherboard that’s packed with features.
Ryzen 7 2700X AMD $325 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 $830 Prices of GTX 1080 Ti’s don’t seem to have dropped as much as other cards, but you’re still saving a decent amount.
Kraken X62 NZXT $160 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 $378 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 $152 Modular, custom cable kits, and a platinum efficiency rating. What’s not to love about this Corsair PSU? Nothing, that’s what.
970 Evo 500GB M.2 PCIe SSD Samsung $193 Samsung’s newest NVMe SSDs push performance to new heights, and cost the same as the previous 960 range.
WD Blue 4TB Western Digital $102 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 $160 The 5mm thick aluminum panels resonate with svelte professionalism, and the interior makes building inside this a dream.
XB271HU Acer $594 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 $145 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 $104 Swappable sensors, back plates, 3D printed rear guards, and an OLED display. The most comfortable, adaptive mouse we’ve used.