"I don’t have what you would call a 'high-end' gaming PC at home. It isn’t just a potato hidden within a bright orange case, but it’s not the LPC either. I built it on a budget last year and it gets my games played and my internet surfed, a situation I imagine describes a decent portion of PC gamers. Those willing to shell out the cash for the absolute best possible rigs push developers to test the limits of PC gaming, but I think a lot of PC gamers just want to play games. I’d love to be able to max out any game and have it run buttery smooth or to upgrade my GPU, it’s just not in my budget. So when I was told to bring home the $8,000 Falcon Northwest Mach V we’ve been referring to as the Red Baron, it felt like Christmas came early."