When it comes to computers I tend to go overboard versus what I want and what I need. I always end up spending 3 to 4000 grand on these things because I don't want to replace a computer every two years. Therefore, I always go for more power than I will probably ever use during the lifetime of the machine. Case in point, I found a build for a game rig at site called "Tech *Buyer's* Guru". The rig they spec'd out was a 2500 US build. The components are as follows: CPU: Intel Core I7-8700K MoBo: MSI z370 SLI Plus GPU: Gigabyte GeForce GTX 1070TI x2 RAM: Corsair 2x8GB Vengeance RGB DDR4-3466 SSD: SanDisk Ultra 3D 1TB Case: Phanteks Enthoo Pro PS: Corsair RM850x Gold Cooling: ThermalTake Water 3.0 Riing RGB 240 OS: Windows 10 Home, but I would rather use Pro instead. If I was to build this, the cost, right now, minus the CPU, is 3,282, give or take a few cents. I would have to order the CPU from NewEgg.ca for 499 +10 for shipping, so around 570 with taxes in. Total cost is 3852. Pretty far from 2500. LOL Dropping one of the GPU cards, for the time being, would bring the cost down to 3,510. This is just the box: no keyboard, mouse or monitor. i'm curious what a manufactured computer with similar specs would cost compared to building this. Any suggestions for something a bit more economical, but with the ability to output up to 4K.