Built to perform, Vibox builds some of the industry's most powerful high end gaming PCs that are ready for 4k gaming, and are designed to provide a truly immersive experience, Demanding games require powerful machines that can handle intense graphics and demanding gameplay without any lag or performance issues, this is what Vibox delivers through every system we build.
Designed to meet the needs of even the most hardcore gamers. These machines are equipped with top-of-the-line components such as high-speed processors, advanced GPUs, and ample storage space. They offer lightning-fast performance and offer you the ultimate gaming experience like never before.
Our high-end range includes graphics cards from the NVIDIA Geforce RTX range, Intel Core i9 CPUs, at least 16 GB of RAM, and a 1 TB SSD, which makes for a high-performance gaming rig for multiple purposes such as streaming, VR, and much more.
Whether you're a fan of first-person shooters, esports or any other game genre, a high end gaming desktop from Vibox will be the perfect accompaniment for your PC gaming setup and enable you to play the latest games.
You can also create the best gaming PC for you and completely customise your PC with our custom builder and swap out the components for alternatives such as your GPU, CPU Chassis, Cooler, Motherboard and HDD, and upgrade components with RGB lighting, You can also add additional peripherals and gaming accessories including a keyboard, mouse, headset, gaming monitor and much more.
Each Vibox PC comes with a lifetime warranty as standard which entitles you to lifetime upgrade and repair labour and also a pre-installed version of Microsoft Windows 11.
ARE HIGH-END GAMING PCS WORTH IT?
Investing in a high-end gaming PC is definitely worth it if you're a serious gamer who wants the best possible experience. High-end PCs offer superior performance, which means you can play your favourite games at the highest settings with smooth frame rates and no lag. These PCs are also future-proof and can handle even the most demanding games that will be released in the coming years. Additionally, with Vibox's custom builder, you can create a PC that meets your specific needs and preferences. With a lifetime warranty included, it's a smart investment for any gamer looking to take their gaming experience to the next.
HOW MUCH DOES A HIGH-END GAMING PC COST?
The cost of a high-end gaming PC varies depending on the components and specifications you choose. At Vibox, our custom builder allows you to select the components that fit your budget, whether it's a mid-range or top-of-the-line gaming PC. While it may seem expensive upfront, investing in a high-end gaming PC can save you money in the long run by eliminating the need for frequent upgrades and replacements. Plus, with our lifetime warranty, you can have peace of mind knowing your investment is protected. Contact us today to learn more about building your dream gaming PC.
What to consider when buying a high-end gaming PC
If you have the budget for a high end gaming PC the most important aspects to pay close attention to in order to maximise gaming performance and ensure that you get the absolute most out of what you pay for are:
The CPU, or Central Processing Unit, is the pivotal hardware component within a computer system responsible for executing instructions and performing computational tasks. It functions as the core processing unit that interprets and processes machine-level instructions, orchestrating the manipulation of data stored in memory and registers. Employing a fetch-decode-execute cycle, the CPU retrieves instructions from memory, decodes them into discrete operations, and then executes these operations. It handles arithmetic and logic operations, control flow decisions, and data movement, all at a microscopic level.
Additionally, the CPU manages interrupts and exceptions, ensuring system stability and responsiveness. It plays a crucial role in multitasking, allocating processor time to various running processes, and switching between them swiftly. The CPU's clock speed, microarchitecture, and the number of cores significantly impact its computational power and efficiency, directly influencing a computer's overall performance. In essence, the CPU serves as the computational workhorse of a computer system, rendering it indispensable for diverse computing tasks, from scientific simulations to data analysis and beyond.
All of our high-end PCs feature an Intel Core i9 CPU which gives them enough power in order for us to create the ultimate gaming PC.
The GPU, or Graphics Processing Unit, plays a pivotal role in a computer system, particularly in tasks involving graphics and parallel processing. Think of it as a specialized, high-performance workhorse for rendering images and handling complex mathematical computations. While the CPU is the general-purpose powerhouse of the system, the GPU is tailored specifically for graphics-related tasks.
When you're gaming, video editing, or running applications that require rendering, the GPU takes centre stage. It's responsible for rendering 2D and 3D graphics, efficiently processing and rendering thousands of pixels on your screen. Its parallel architecture allows it to tackle multiple tasks simultaneously, making it ideal for heavy-duty graphics workloads and tasks like deep learning, scientific simulations, and cryptocurrency mining.
Modern GPUs have evolved to accelerate a wide range of applications beyond graphics, thanks to their massively parallel processing capabilities. They're often used in AI and machine learning tasks, where their ability to handle vast datasets and perform complex matrix calculations shines. In essence, the GPU is a vital component that enhances both visual and computational experiences in modern computer systems.
Lower-end models feature GPUs from the Geforce GTX range.
RAM, or Random Access Memory, is the component that acts as a temporary workspace for data and instructions actively being used by the system. It's like a high-speed, short-term memory bank that allows the CPU to access and manipulate information quickly. Think of it as your computer's active workspace where it keeps the files and applications it's currently working on.
When you open a program or document, it gets loaded into RAM from the slower permanent storage, such as a hard drive or SSD. This is because accessing data from RAM is incredibly fast, whereas fetching it from storage is comparatively slow. RAM also plays a critical role in multitasking. It holds data from multiple applications simultaneously, allowing your computer to switch between them seamlessly. The more RAM you have, the more programs and data can be held in this active workspace, leading to smoother and more responsive performance.
Here is a breakdown of all of the different types of RAM you'll find in a custom gaming PC:
DDR SDRAM (Double Data Rate Synchronous Dynamic Random-Access Memory):
DDR2 RAM, DDR3 RAM, DDR4 RAM, DDR5 RAM are different generations.
Provides high-speed data transfer by utilizing both the rising and falling edges of the clock signal.
Offers increased bandwidth with each new generation, improving overall system performance.
SRAM (Static Random-Access Memory):
Faster than DRAM but more expensive.
Used in CPU caches for rapid data access.
Doesn't require constant refreshing, making it faster but less dense than DRAM.
DRAM (Dynamic Random-Access Memory):
Requires periodic refreshing to retain data.
Found in system memory (RAM) modules.
Comes in various types, including SDRAM, DDR SDRAM, and more.
LPDDR (Low Power Double Data Rate SDRAM):
Designed for mobile devices and laptops, optimizing power consumption.
Lower voltage and reduced power usage compared to traditional DDR.
ECC RAM (Error-Correcting Code RAM):
Detects and corrects memory errors to ensure data integrity.
Often used in servers and workstations where data accuracy is critical.
VRAM (Video Random-Access Memory):
Dedicated RAM for graphics cards.
Allows for high-speed rendering and manipulation of graphical data.
HBM (High Bandwidth Memory):
Stacked memory chips with a wide memory bus for GPUs.
Provides exceptional memory bandwidth for demanding graphics tasks.
GDDR (Graphics Double Data Rate SDRAM):
A type of RAM used in graphics cards.
Offers high bandwidth for video memory to handle complex graphics rendering.
NVRAM (Non-Volatile Random-Access Memory):
Combines features of RAM and storage, retaining data even when the power is off.
Used in applications like BIOS settings storage and fast booting.
Registered or Buffered RAM:
Commonly used in servers for stability.
Adds a buffer to the data path, allowing for more stable data transfer but with slightly increased latency.
In summary, RAM serves as a high-speed data reservoir that enables your computer to function efficiently by providing rapid access to the information it needs at any given moment.
Each of our high-end PCs features at least 16GB RAM but goes all the way up to 32GB.
An SSD, or Solid State Drive, is a crucial component in a computer system that revolutionizes data storage and retrieval. Unlike traditional hard disk drives (HDDs) that rely on spinning disks and mechanical read/write heads, SSDs use semiconductor-based memory to store data. This fundamental difference in technology translates into remarkable speed and reliability improvements.
An SSD's primary role is to provide rapid data access and storage. It reads and writes data at lightning-fast speeds, making your system boot up swiftly and applications load in the blink of an eye. It excels in random access, which means it can quickly retrieve data from any location on the drive without the delays associated with mechanical parts. This speed boost significantly enhances overall system performance, reducing lag and improving multitasking capabilities.
Moreover, SSDs are more durable and energy-efficient than HDDs since they lack moving parts that can fail or generate heat. They also contribute to longer battery life in laptops. In summary, an SSD fundamentally transforms the way a computer stores and accesses data, delivering speed, reliability, and efficiency gains that have become indispensable in modern computing.
Each of our high end gaming PCs features at least a 1tb SSD.
We of course know that when it comes to high end gaming PCs there are a lot of expectations from a customer point of view and rightly so, This is why we thoroughly stress test every PC that leaves our warehouse before shipping them to your door.
This process ensures that your machine will be ready to play games with as soon as it arrives, should you run into any problems you can always ship it back to us at no extra cost for repair.
Frequently Asked Questions
What is a good budget for a high-end gaming PC?
A good budget for a high-end gaming PC should start between £900 and can go all the way to £4000+, it depends highly on the quality of the components inside the PC.
Our high-end PCs are between £915 and £2,333, which will ascertain the best gaming PC possible from our collection of pre-built models.
What is the average cost of a high-end gaming PC?
The average cost of a high-end gaming PC is over £2000, which can vary depending on the quality of the components inside the PC as stated above.
Can I build my own high-end PC?
You can build your own high-end PC using our PC configurator and spend as much as you want on components, your case and other peripherals.
What is the cost of shipping?
If you live in the UK, we offer Free Shipping, however, if you live in Austria, Belgium, Denmark, Finland, France, Germany, Italy, Ireland, The Netherlands or Spain, we have to charge an additional fee, for your gaming computer to make it to within 2 to 4 days.