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What kind of features would you expect from a luxury brand PC?

As the title says. And I'm not talking about Apple, HP, or Alienware. I think something comparable to Rolex or Tesla, a PC with such a high price point that just doesn't exist anymore. Let's say 10.000 Dollar / Euro per model. And rule the max. specs out like the best CPU, GPU, and a high amount of memory and storage. Then we got features like a good looking case with a built-in wireless charger & fingerprint sensor, and maybe energy-efficiency left, but what else could possibly be added?

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it is all going to be about the case, lighting, cable/cable management and whatever special tunning they can bring but that is the same for a the high end "premium"
system builders.

most people wouldn't care about a fingerprint reader or a wireless charger on a desktop. power could be done by a very high end 12VO psu but really it would be stupid

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Insane thermals, like i'm talking below 40 degrees celcius max load on GPU and CPU.

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8 hours ago, Promosss said:

Insane thermals, like i'm talking below 40 degrees celcius max load on GPU and CPU.

That can be achieved pretty easily, but it depends what cpu you are talking about. If you have something like a 2600, running a 360mm AIO with Noctua fans at max speed should bring the temps pretty low. 

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- Beautiful design, whether it's similar to a Mac Pro with the clean aluminum finish or an exotic water cooled system that is exposed so you can see it.

- silent operation, A computer that doesn't have an annoying fan noise whenever its on

- someway of managing all the cables out the back without compromising usability. This way it can truly be an ornament and the center-piece of the room

- Some way in which it, like a Rolex (I'm more of a Patek Phillipe fan myself) makes it completely timeless.

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13 hours ago, gloop said:

That can be achieved pretty easily, but it depends what cpu you are talking about. If you have something like a 2600, running a 360mm AIO with Noctua fans at max speed should bring the temps pretty low. 

Of course the best of the best, like maybe a 10980xe or 10900k, paired with a 2080ti. Finding a way to cool them below 40 degrees on max load would be an interesting challenge for them.

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