We’re sure you’ve wondered at some point what type of a PC you could create if you had $3000. We’ve put together the greatest $3000 PC build we could in the section below. It’s a stunning piece of work.
And what’s even better than that?
Whether you’re looking to build your own $3000 PC from scratch or you just want to upgrade your existing rig, we’ve got you covered. All you have to do now is take a seat, relax, and see if you can’t discover something you like.
The Best $3000 Gaming PC Build For 2022
AMD Ryzen 9 5900X
Everything else you’ve ever used will pale in comparison to the AMD Ryzen 9 5900X.
Noctua NH-D15 chromax.black
Only the Deepcool Assassin III can compete with the Noctua NH-D15 chromax.black in terms of power.
MSI GeForce RTX 3090 Gaming X Trio
Designed for gamers and even 3D animators, the MSI GeForce RTX 3090 Gaming X Trio exceeds all expectations as a premium Titan-level card.
Corsair Vengeance RGB PRO 32GB
The Corsair Vengeance RGB Pro is just what you need for a high-end system, from its performance to its RGB lighting.
ASUS TUF GAMING X570-PRO Wi-Fi
The ASUS TUF GAMING X570-PRO Wi-Fi is designed with gaming and endurance in mind, and it’ll stick with you through a flurry of intense overclocking sessions.
Samsung 970 EVO Plus 1TB
The Samsung 970 Evo Plus’s 1 TB of blisteringly fast storage will strain your eyes.
Corsair RMx 850W 80+ Gold
The Corsair RMx 850W was just what we were looking for to power all of these fantastic components. There will be adequate power for all of the components thanks to its wattage, and its 80+ Gold rating will help alleviate any strain on your pocketbook. Naughty Radeon RX 3090
Corsair iCUE 4000X RGB
The Corsair iCUE 4000X RGB will keep your system cool while still looking fantastic, so we couldn’t just use any case for these high-end components.
AMD Ryzen 9 5900X
Acceleration range of 3.75GHz/4.8GHz
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It is undeniably one of the greatest all-around CPUs currently on the market, but we were unable to fit it into this design because of stock concerns. A more cost-effective 5800X should suffice for the most of your demanding high-end gaming needs.
One of AMD’s Ryzen 5000 chips, it’s the first time since I can remember that Intel has been knocked off the top spot for the first time in a long time.
With an 8core/16thread design, it is more than capable of handling the most demanding workload circumstances. In terms of single-core performance, it’s still the greatest CPU currently available at this price point.
This high-end powerhouse custom build is off to a great start with this superb all-around CPU.
ASUS Tuf Gaming Plus AM4 AMD X570
AMD Ryzen 2nd and 3rd AM4 processors power this system.
Dr. MOS power stages are used in the Power Design TUF Gaming X570-Plus (WiFiCPU )’s VRM.
Fan Xpert 4, hybrid fan headers, an active PCH heatsink, a VRM heatsink, an M.2 heatsink, and more
RAID support for dual PCIe 4.0 M.2 cards up to type 22110.
Safeslot and LANGuard are military-grade PCIe slot and network protection solutions by TUF Protection.
Asus has a long history of making high-quality hardware products. Quality is evident in their TUF Gaming X570-Pro motherboard. One of the greatest motherboards for the X570 platform is now on the market, thanks to its high-performance, high-quality build, and a wide range of integrated features.
The VRMs on this board are top-notch, and it has a slew of M.2 ports for future expansion and PCI-e lanes, including support for PCI-e 4.0. The heatsinks for the M.2 slots are unique. The I/O panel has a wide range of functions, including Wi-Fi6.
Cooler Master MasterLiquid ML360R
At a cruising speed of 2000 RPM (plus/minus 10%)
37.7 dBA is the maximum noise level.
Height, width, and depth (including fan): This item’s dimensions are: 394.111.927.4 millimeters (radiator)
For a high-end system to operate at its best, a high-quality cooler is a need. Cooler Master’s Masterliquid 360mm AIO is a popular choice for this design. Triple 120mm RGB fans and an RGB pump are included in this AIO liquid cooler, which provides superb cooling as well as amazing visuals.
There is no better choice than this if you are looking for a cooler that can keep your build cool, no matter how much pressure it is under.
G.Skill TridentZ RGB 4000MHz
Memory: 16 GB (2×8
Maximum DDR4 4000 MHz clock speed
The CAS Latency is now 18 seconds
The G.Skill Trident Z Neo 32GB 4000MHz RAM kit is a superb choice for this warhorse of a build if you’re looking for the best RAM for your Ryzen 5000 CPU.
With 32GB of RAM, you’ll be able to run any game you can think of, as well as stream, multi-task, and perform a variety of heavy-duty jobs.
ZOTAC GAMING GeForce RTX 3080 Trinity
The RTX 3080 was the first component chosen for the $3000 build because it was built for gaming performance. There are 10GB of GDDR6X VRAM and a powerful cooling system on this machine.
Any game, any setting, any resolution: this is the graphics card for you if you’re looking for the greatest consumer-grade graphics cards money can buy.
Sabrent 1TB Rocket NVMe 4.0
Nowadays, PC gaming requires a fast SSD for your operating system and key games. On average, SSDs outperform their HDD counterparts in terms of performance. M.2 SSDs have a similar advantage over SATA ones. In terms of sequential read/write speeds, this Sabrent Rocket M.2 is one of the best SSDs on the market and is unmatched by its competitors.
There’s plenty of room here for your operating system, most of your games, and some media backups, thanks to the 1TB storage capacity.
Phanteks Eclipse P500A
Mid-tower in construction
It can be used on an ATX, mini-ITX, or E-ATX motherboard.
Inches, millimeters, and millimeters
Three 140mm D-RGB included fans
Phanteks is one of the most well-known case makers in the industry. High-quality cases with excellent aesthetics and countless functionality for gamers are available from this company. If you’re new to custom PC building, this case will make the $3000 build an enjoyable experience. As far as I’m concerned, this instance looks great to me. Removable panels allow for more airflow and tempered glass works well with RGB components.
Thermaltake Toughpower GF1 850W 80+ Gold
850 watts of power
Attainment of Platinum Status
A high-quality build necessitates a reliable power supply, and Thermaltake’s Toughpower GF1 850W gold-rated PSU is the obvious choice. This PC is capable of running at its highest possible overclock due to its high efficiency and ample power.
A PC of this kind deserves nothing less than a device that is as secure and efficient as this one. As long as you don’t plan on upgrading to SLI in the near future, we didn’t feel the need to go with something more powerful.
When it comes to PC hardware, you can’t go wrong spending $3000. Whether you’re playing Crysis Re-mastered in 4K, streaming in HD, or using virtual reality goggles, this PC can do it all.
The possibilities are virtually limitless.
No point in discussing how fantastic this PC is in 4K if it can run some games at 60 FPS in 8k (not that many people can enjoy this resolution for the time being).
Streaming and VR
It shouldn’t come as a surprise that this PC is excellent for both streaming and virtual reality. No matter if you’re playing a normal or virtual reality game, you won’t have to worry about your PC being able to run it.
Upgradeability should be the furthest thing from your mind with a monster PC like this for at least a couple of years. Besides, this system contains some of the best components now available on the market, and it will be a long time before video games catch up to them in terms of performance.
However, no computer can remain the finest forever, so we’ve included a powerful power supply that can handle any future improvements that may be necessary.
Because it is an X570 model, the motherboard is compatible with AMD’s 2nd, 3rd, and 5th-generation processors and supports PCIe 4.0, making it somewhat future-proof. In all probability, however, AMD’s next processor generation will feature a new chipset, so if you opt to upgrade, you’ll need a new board.
The PC Build
It’s time to put our words into action and find out what you can obtain for $3000!
CPU: AMD Ryzen 9 5900X
Now that Intel has released its current Alder Lake lineup, the scales are beginning to balance out once more as the company reclaims its footing. Despite this, AMD’s value in the $400-$500 area remains strong, so we decided to stick with the AMD Ryzen 9 5900X for this build.
At its basic speed of 3.7Ghz, this processor has 12 cores, 24 threads, and a maximum boost rate of up to 4Ghz. The Ryzen 9 5900X is a genuinely remarkable CPU, capable of handling any task you throw at it, including content creation, video editing, streaming, virtual reality (VR), gaming, and more.
AMD’s Zen 3 architecture underpins the Ryzen 7 5900X and the rest of the 5000 series. In comparison to Zen 2, AMD’s new processors have seen a 19% boost in performance thanks to this change in architecture.
These new-generation processors are far quicker and more efficient than their predecessors, thanks in part to increased clock speeds throughout the board, increased IPC (instructions per cycle/clock), and decreased latency. This is also an outstanding achievement, given the superior performance of Zen 2 CPUs.
Now, Intel’s new i7-12700K processor would be an excellent choice for this setup. In-game performance is actually somewhat better than the 5900X, which is a testament to how well-built this device really is.
We decided to go with AMD since we didn’t want to go above our $3000 budget, and because the Intel Core i7-12700in-game K’s performance is only marginally greater than that of the Ryzen 9 5900X, while still preserving Intel’s typical high power consumption levels.
For those who like to stick with one particular brand, it’s worth selecting the Intel Core i7-12700K.
It’s worth noting that Intel’s 12th-generation motherboards support DDR5 memory. Only those who plan to use their PC for something other than gaming will notice a noticeable improvement in performance from DDR4 processors. A large part of this is due to DDR5’s relative infancy, which means that the value of Intel’s Alder Lake will increase dramatically as DDR5 advances. We recommend that you go with the cheaper processor at the time of your purchase, as the two above processors are essentially neck and neck at this point. Keep in mind that upgrading to DDR5 would significantly increase the system’s cost.
You will need a good cooling solution, especially if you plan on overclocking any of these high-end processors, thus in the next section, we’ll discuss the best cooling solution for each of these processors.
Cooler: Noctua NH-D15 chromax.black
No stock coolers AMD could give would suffice to cool the AMD Ryzen 9 5900X, as seen by the lack of any cooling solution included with the processor.
Because of this, you’ll need a strong and reliable aftermarket cooler, and right now our top pick is the Noctua NH-D15 chromax.black..
The cooler has two 140mm fans and six heat pipes in a dual tower design. It also comes with a six-year warranty, which gives you an idea of how confident the designers are in their product.
Deepcool’s ASSASSIN III is the only other air cooler that comes close to the NH-D15 in terms of performance.
This is why the Deepcool ASSASSIN III would be an ideal replacement for the Noctua if it is unavailable. There are no issues with either the Ryzen 9 5900X, or any of the high-end Intel processors for that matter, regardless of which one you choose.
If water cooling is more your style, you might want to look into the NZXT Kraken series. They have a more pleasing appearance and are more reliable, but the price tag is significantly higher.
GPU: MSI GeForce RTX 3090 Gaming X Trio
The RTX 3090 is finally here, the component everyone has been waiting for!
The fundamental features of this GPU are 24GB of DDR6X memory, 10,496 CUDA cores, and a maximum frequency of 1.7GHz.
We choose the MSI GeForce RTX 3090 Gaming X Trio for this build. Cooling and noise reduction are major priorities for this card, which is great news for the 3000 series. Another nice touch, given the RTX 3090’s enormous size, is the card’s metal strengthening against bending and the inclusion of a support bracket that can be mounted to any case.
Even more encouraging is MSI’s claim that this particular model is built with components that are above industry standards. As was the case with some of the 3080 models, they went above and above to ensure that nothing untoward happened.
Let’s take a step back for a moment and discuss the capabilities of this GPU.
This is a card worthy of a Titan.
In spite of the fact that Nvidia’s 3000 series Titan is billed as a gaming card, this Titan is a productivity-focused Titan, not a gaming Titan.
No doubt this card is capable of running games at 60 frames per second at 8K, as Nvidia stated in the PC Overview section. However, this card is light years ahead of its time when it comes to gaming. 8K displays are few and few between, and few games (if any) can take advantage of even half of the VRAM this card possesses. Consequently, this card is a waste of money.
Despite this, the RTX 3080 is still the greatest value for your money because you will most likely not be using it to its maximum capability. However, the RTX 3090 is by far the greatest graphics card on the market right now, regardless of where you are in the world.
You have to decide now if you want the best bargain, or you want the best.
To answer your question, we can’t do it for you, but if you decide an RTX 3080 is enough for you, then check out our $2000 PC Build, or simply swap the RTX 3090 with the 3080 in this build’s components. Despite the fact that PC hardware is always improving, you will acquire a system that will serve you well for many years to come.
However, premium setups such as this one are geared toward gamers who demand the best possible performance for their money. Consequently, if you have $3000 to spare, we’re obligated to supply you with the best components you can get for the money, including the RTX 3090.
Is it too much? Yes.
Isn’t it beautiful? Yes.
Is it a lot of money? Definitely.
Why bother? It’s all up to you.
RAM: Corsair Vengeance RGB Pro 4000MHz (32GB)
The Corsair Vengeance RGB Pro sticks are an excellent choice for this build’s RAM. At 4000MHz, each stick has 8GB of RAM, bringing the total to 32GB.
To be honest, if you only plan on using this PC to play video games, this could be a bit much. In contrast, if you plan to undertake any kind of video/image manipulation, graphics design, video editing, content production, streaming, and so on, you’ll absolutely need it.
The fact that this is the case doesn’t mean that you can’t make a different decision. Our budget allowed us to purchase a 32GB kit, but if you’re looking to upgrade your motherboard or CPU water cooler, and you think 16GB of RAM will suffice for your needs, go for it!
16GB of RAM is not a little amount of memory. For simple gaming rigs, 16GB is now the ideal number, and it won’t be long before 32GB is the norm (unless, of course, you’re a content creator of some sort).
While this list was compiled with gamers in mind, you are welcome to modify it to suit your own preferences. So we made a point of leaving enough money in the budget to allow you some creative leeway.
It’s not just their performance and inexpensive pricing that drew us to the Corsair Vengeance RGB Pro sticks; they’re also aesthetically pleasing. The elegant layout and tasteful RGB placement give this module a high-end appearance and feel that makes it a perfect addition to any system. For this high-end project, it was an obvious decision.
Motherboard: ASUS TUF GAMING X570-PRO (Wi-Fi)
The ASUS TUF GAMING X570-PRO Wi-Fi motherboard, as we’ve come to expect from the TUF series, is truly something. It’s made to last and perform well in video games, and it shows.
Overclocking the Ryzen 5000 series processors is supported by this motherboard, which means that the already impressive AMD Ryzen 9 5900X will be able to soar even higher. Even though it’s a mid-range motherboard, it’s not designed for high overclocking, therefore we don’t recommend going overboard.
The metal-reinforced GPU slot on this board is a good addition, especially given that this system will be running an RTX 3090.
It sports a traditional black, gray, and yellow appearance with subtle RGB lighting on the TUF GAMING X570-PRO Wi-Fi. We appreciate that this time the yellow isn’t as prominent and visible as it was on some earlier TUF models, as the color scheme is unique and enticing but doesn’t work with every system.
There is a BIOS Flashback button, Wi-Fi 6, and two PCIe 4.0 M.2 slots included into the motherboard.
If you’re a fan of competitive multiplayer games, you’ll like this board because it has excellent audio and crisp recording quality without a trace of static.
When looking at the motherboard’s connectivity choices, we recommend visiting Asus.com because it would take too long to describe them all here, but we hope that at least got you intrigued because this is certainly an incredible gaming motherboard.
The MSI MAG X570 TOMAHAWK is a terrific alternative if you need beefier VRMs, while the ASRock X570 Taichi is great if you prefer more SATA ports and a more flashy look. You won’t be disappointed with your choice, but keep in mind that the Taichi costs roughly $100 more than the other two.
SSD: Samsung 970 EVO Plus 1TB
When we state that we spent hours and hours researching and deliberating before deciding on this storage, we’re lying. Making use of an HDD would have been a waste of time, and 2.5-inch SSDs have become too commonplace at this point in time to include them. Samsung was the only option when it came to this particular construction because we required something unique.
If you’ve ever wondered what storage speeds may be achieved, Samsung’s EVO NVMe SSDs are here for you with 1 TB of capacity! Other than adding another 1 TB NVMe stick or going with the Samsung EVO Pro range of SSDs, we couldn’t have gone any further without spending an additional $3000.
The Samsung EVO Plus, on the other hand, is among the best storage options on the market, so you have no need to feel cheated. If your PC has this much storage, your eyes will be unable to keep up.
Power Supply: Corsair RMx 850W 80+ Gold
When it comes to power supplies, Corsair is the only name you need to know. In order to support all of the above components and more in this $3000 build, we went with an 850W PSU.
This power supply is completely modular, which means there are no wires attached to it at all.
We wouldn’t advocate a fully modular power supply for non-portable PCs in the majority of circumstances. Due to the fact that semi-modular guitars include all the cables you’ll ever need, it’s unnecessary for them to be more expensive than a semi-modular guitar.
Because we know there are individuals out there who would appreciate it, we decided to go with a fully modular 80+ Gold certified PSU with a high enough wattage this time around.
A feature like this one isn’t a necessity, but it can be useful if you’re a more advanced user.
For the second reason, we enjoy the fact that this PSU comes with a 10-year warranty, which we always appreciate.
The AMD Ryzen 9 5900X and the RTX 3090 GPU require a power supply that is 80+ Gold certified, which means it will provide efficient power consumption.
It’s not impossible to find an alternative power supply that will work with this setup, but make sure it’s at least 750W, has an 80+ Bronze certification or higher, and comes from a well-known manufacturer like Corsair, EVGA, SeaSonic, Thermaltake, and so on.
Case: Corsair iCUE 4000X RGB
When it comes to the final component of this $3000 PC, we can’t wait to tell you about it!
Choosing a case is a no-brainer because it is the most visually appealing aspect of your build. It’s crucial to remember that this isn’t the only thing to be concerned about.
With so many instances to pick from, it might be difficult to narrow things down. The Corsair iCUE 4000X RGB is the right combination of function and style, and we’re happy to provide it to you thanks to our expertise.
For optimal cooling and quick component installation, this case comes with three 120mm Corsair RGB fans and is pretty spacious.
In fact, this was a major factor in our decision to pursue this particular matter. Because the chassis will be housing a 12.3″ RTX 3090, space and ventilation are critical.
Without sufficient airflow, no matter how excellent your CPU cooler is or how well your GPU fans are tuned, you’ll have to deal with the unpleasant consequences of overheating in your case.
A 360mm radiator in front and 240mm radiator on top are supported by the Corsair iCUE 4000X RGB, so you should be good to go with water cooling as your preferred method of cooling.
A full PSU shroud, two tempered glass panels, magnetic filters that can be removed from the front, top and bottom, and ventilation gaps are all included in the iCUE 4000X RGB. There is only one USB 3.0 Type A port, one USB 3.1 Type C port, and an audio/microphone jack near to the power button and reset buttons on the case.
Aside from the lack of more USB 3.0 ports, this is a fantastic case that provides good airflow and stunning looks at a reasonable price point. The Cooler Master MasterCase H500 is a great alternative if you’re worried by the single USB 3.0 connector. Check out the link below if you’d like to see a few more possibilities before making a final decision.
Here are some options for peripherals you might want to consider for a high-end PC like this one, once we’ve completed the primary construction.
The peripherals were not included in the price of the build because most individuals already own some of them from their prior systems, or they simply don’t want or need everything we have listed below.
Even though some of the items on our list are optional, some peripherals like the monitor can make or break your gaming experience based on the type of display you choose. Take a peek at what we’ve got for you down below.
Operating System: Windows 10
This is an obvious choice. No one can deny Linux’s advantages, and WINE is a great step forward in improving the gaming experience for the Linux community, but in the end, Windows still reigns supreme when it comes to PC gaming.
Not everyone can afford Windows, but those who are already purchasing a PC at this price point should consider the few extra dollars spent on an operating system that will provide them with the finest gaming experience an investment.
The SteamOS operating system may be a suitable substitute for those of you who aren’t big lovers of Windows, even if we suggest Windows.
Monitor: LG 27GN950-B
There are various reasons why a good display is essential to your gaming experience, as we’ve already established.
First and foremost, the type of panel on the monitor will affect your experience. IPS panels provide the best viewing angles and color fidelity of any other form of panel, but their response time is slower than any other type of panel.
Response time is the second consideration; it refers to the amount of time it takes for pixels to change color. We won’t go into detail about this here, however. If you’d want to learn more about this topic, we’ve published an entire post about it.
The refresh rate, on the other hand, is what we’ll be discussing. If your GPU is too powerful and your display refresh rate is too low, the monitor could act as a bottleneck for your GPU. Regardless of how powerful your graphics card is, your FPS will be constrained by the refresh rate of your display. However, if you have a powerful PC like this one, you should absolutely aim for a refresh rate of 144Hz.
All of the aforementioned qualities have been combined into one fantastic monitor, and we believe we’ve discovered it. 27-inch IPS, 4K monitor: LG 27GN950-B 27GN950-B 27GN950-B 27GN950-B 27GN950-B
For the first time ever, gamers can experience both 4K IPS gaming and the incredibly fast response times that were previously reserved for TN panels without sacrificing their refresh rate or FPS. You no longer have to sacrifice the graphics and quality in order to get a response time of one millisecond (millisecond).
Even more impressive is the monitor’s HDR 600 display, G-Sync compatibility, and nearly no bezel.
Despite all of this, the price of this monitor is justifiable given what it has to offer. The stand, for example, is abnormally high even when it’s in its lowest position, as well as the lack of HDMI 2.1. If this is a concern, we can make some alternative recommendations.
Alienware AW3418DW or ASUS Predator X35 can be good options for individuals who prefer to play games on ultra-wide displays. When it comes to ultra-wide gaming monitors, the Samsung CRG9 and Dell U4919DW are good options if you’re willing to spend the money, but bear in mind that both have their share of drawbacks.
A 1440p, 144Hz, FreeSync monitor with a TN panel can be a good option if you’re serious about competitive gaming but don’t want to spend too much money.
The increased color reproduction and wider viewing angles reminiscent of a VA panel without compromising speed are the only features that make this monitor truly remarkable. This isn’t exactly a top-of-the-line display, but it does have a few fascinating features worth exploring.
We want you to keep in mind, however, that these are only suggestions. Monitors are available in a wide range of prices, so you can choose something that suits your needs but may not suit the needs of others. In the end, it’s up to you to decide what you want to buy, so go with whatever you feel is most in line with your preferences.
Mouse: Razer Viper Ultimate
The Razer Viper Ultimate is a very popular mouse, even among professional gamers, and it’s easy to see why. It’s just stunning. However, this mouse’s stunning appearance is merely the beginning of what it can do.
This mouse is wireless, so that’s the first thing we need to point out.
Even so, you may already know that wireless mice are not ideal for gaming because of their poor responsiveness, low battery life, and heavy weight that isn’t ideal for all users.
All of these issues have been resolved with the Viper Ultimate.
There are four customizable buttons and better feet; it has a battery life of 70 hours (without the RGB, but still outstanding), a 20,000 DPI sensor, and a complete new sensor that makes this wireless mouse seem like a wired one except that it doesn’t contribute to cable clutter.
Charging your mouse via the computer is possible with the Viper Ultimate thanks to a USB dongle and a charging station that changes color depending on how near your mouse is to being fully recharged.
In addition, it includes an ambidextrous design so that you may use it regardless of whether you are right or left-handed. It’s also available in pink and basic black, as well as two Cyberpunk-themed colors: white and yellow.
Keyboard: Corsair K95 Platinum XT
You’re probably aware that mechanical keyboards and membrane keyboards are the two options available when it comes to keyboards.
Membrane keyboards have nothing wrong with them, but if you want a high-quality typing instrument, there is no reason not to acquire a mechanical one.
There is a lot more to mechanical keyboards than the familiar clicky sound that most people find appealing. In a nutshell, mechanical keyboards have two advantages over membrane ones: each key is recognized individually.
- In the event that one of the keys fails, it is simple to replace the entire set.
- To ensure that all key presses are recorded in the correct order, mechanical keyboards record all key presses when multiple keystrokes are used.
Membrane keyboards can have issues registering some keys if they are pressed near-simultaneously, which can be critical in some video games where a single key stroke can make all the difference.
As a result, we’ve chosen the fantastic K95 Platinum XT mechanical keyboard from Corsair.
Every aspect of this keyboard exudes quality. Full-sized metal keyboard with a brushed finish. Even with all the extra keys that can make a keyboard look cluttered, this keyboard looks simply stunning..
Additional buttons on this keyboard include four multimedia keys, a scrolling volume wheel (which is standard on such an expensive keyboard), as well as six macro keys, which you could term the “primary attraction” of this keyboard.
Elgato’s Stream Deck software is compatible with these devices, so you can use them as a stream deck. The Elgato and Corsair software must be operating at the same time.
In comparison to the original K95 Platinum, the XT version includes an useable wrist rest that is soft and comfy, as is typical of Corsair’s RGB technology. There is a slight textured feel to the keys that may not be to everyone’s taste but allows you a little more control over the keys as you type.
Last but not least, you have the option of Cherry silver, brown, or blue switches.
As a whole, it’s a decent keyboard that has all of the functionality that you might need whether you’re at work, gaming or streaming.
Headset: Razer BlackShark V2 Pro
In the headset market, there is a lot of competition. There are a number of great headsets out there, but having so many options might be overwhelming.
That’s a good thing, because there’s one headset that everyone agrees on: the Razer BlackShark V2 Pro.
This headset is not only incredibly stylish and durable; it’s also super-comfortable thanks to its memory foam padding that makes it easy to wear for hours on end. Additionally, it boasts a detachable microphone, and it has an abundance of padding despite being lightweight.
First and foremost, it’s crucial to point out that this headset is wireless. When the power runs out, this is a feature we really appreciate in gaming headsets because it’s so convenient without interfering with your gameplay in any way. However, it will not run out.
Razer claims that the battery life of this headset is up to 24 hours. For charging, you’ll get a micro USB cable, but you may also use a 3.5mm cable if you like. Plugging it in is all that is needed if you neglect to charge it.
Although the BlackShark V2 Pro has a decent microphone, it’s the audio quality that really shines. Its 12Hz to 28kHz frequency range and 7.1 surround sound make it a tough competitor. Ants travelling underground can be heard if you listen carefully enough.
If you’re on the market for a new headset and are willing to spend a little money, we strongly recommend this one. You won’t regret it.
Mouse Pad: HyperX Fury S
You won’t notice any difference if you use a different mouse pad, so don’t worry about it. You’d assume so, right?
A mouse pad has a lot more features than you might expect. Size, material, density of weave, stitching, rubber on the bottom, etc. are all factors to consider when determining the suitability of a garment. If you’re a dedicated gamer, you’ll want all of these features in your mouse pad.
So, without further ado, the HyperX Fury S has arrived.
There’s plenty of room for both your keyboard and mouse on this XL gaming mouse pad! Your keyboard won’t slip thanks to its highly woven cloth surface, which provides perfect optical tracking. It also has a textured rubber underside and fray-proof seamless stitched edges.
To make a good mouse pad, we won’t pretend that there’s some crazy science involved, because if there was, they’d be a lot more expensive. But the HyperX Fury S is a premium mouse pad, not a shoddy one, and that’s why it’s so popular with gamers.
Controller: Xbox Series 2 Controller
A decent controller is now required to completely immerse yourself in the world of gaming, regardless of whether or not you are a PC master race subscription.
Microsoft’s Xbox Series 2 Controller has already proven itself to be superior to the Xbox Elite Controller in terms of performance and features, so it’s safe to say that the Xbox Elite Controller is on its way out.
The Xbox Series 2 Controller appears to be very identical to its predecessor, but a closer inspection reveals various improvements and adjustments.
As a first step, the new controller comes in a case that includes all of the replacement thumbsticks and d-pads, but it also includes a charging wire that can be used directly from the case or removed and used separately.
In addition, the USB Type-C charger has been upgraded, and a built-in battery with a 40-hour endurance between charges has been included.
As far as controller customization goes, Microsoft has gone above and beyond the call of duty.
You may now select between four profiles, three of which are completely customisable while the fourth is locked at standard settings, using the new Xbox Series 2 Controller. Three levels of adjustment have been added to the adjustable hair triggers: a “shallow” mode, a medium mode, and a deep press mode.
Last but not least, Microsoft introduced the ability to select a shift button. This opens up a flood of new possibilities by allowing all of your buttons save the shift button to perform new functions.
If you’re afraid about spending a lot of money on a fancy new gadget that won’t work with the next generation of Xbox, we’ve got some good news for you: this controller is compatible with all current and future Xbox consoles. This controller can be used with the new Xbox Series X. In other words, the Xbox Series 2 is the way to go if you want a new controller.
VR: Valve Index
It would be a pity if you didn’t take use of the powerful PC setup described above, as it will allow you to experience VR to its fullest potential.
The best VR headset currently on the market is the Valve Index.
Each of the Valve Index’s lenses may be adjusted and features a 16001440 LCD display. Because of the enhanced resolution, motion sickness can be reduced significantly, making the Valve Index a good choice for anyone who previously struggled with it.
There is no need to totally modify your setup if you already have an HTC Vive and want to upgrade. The Index base stations slot perfectly into Vive mounting points, so you only need to slide them into position and you’re ready to game.
In addition, this high-end headset has several wonderful features, like as the adjustable speakers, that may look stupid, but will actually enhance your whole virtual reality experience significantly. You don’t have to use them if you don’t want to, but it would be a shame not to take advantage of the incredible sounds these provide.
The controllers have also been redesigned to incorporate finger movement recognition. A step in the right direction toward making virtual reality (VR) more lifelike, even if it’s not flawless.
Chair: Herman Miller Aeron
Even while it may seem like an unnecessary expense to spend a few hundred dollars on a chair, a well-made seat can have a positive impact on posture and general health in an increasingly sedentary environment..
To avoid back discomfort later in life, consider investing in a well-made chair now. We know how bad it can go from sitting in a chair that isn’t well-made for long periods of time.
Such a well-made seat, like the Herman Miller Aeron, is a rare find.
For a $3000 PC setup, we figured you wouldn’t want to use just any accessories, including the chair, so we constructed the peripherals section with the presumption that you wouldn’t.
It may not look like a traditional gaming chair, but that doesn’t mean it can’t provide as much, if not more, comfort. There are several options for customizing this ergonomic chair. In fact, practically every feature of this chair may be tailored to your individual needs.
You may customize the chair’s lumbar support by swiveling the two back pads that are located on the back. Depending on your taste, the backrest may be adjusted to three different positions, the handles can be moved forward or back, and they can also rotate inward or outward.
Since virtually every aspect of this chair can be customized, it’s imperative that you order the correct size based on your height, weight, and body type if you plan to purchase one. We also recommend that you read the customer reviews on Amazon to get a better sense of what to expect from this chair.
Wrist Rest: HyperX Wrist Rest
Although the keyboard we recommended comes with a wrist rest, we understand that not everyone will find it comfortable.
If you fall into this category, we recommend checking out the HyperX Wrist Rest. It’s a simple wrist rest, but it works well.
Despite the fact that it’s not magnetic and has a red thread running along its edges, its comfort and high-quality build outweigh these minor flaws.
Gel-infused memory foam in the HyperX Wrist Rest not only provides a high-end support for your hands, but it also helps keep them cool even in heated conditions.
If you have a full-sized keyboard and are fed up with resting your bones on the keyboard’s unpleasant edges, this wrist rest will be a godsend.
What is the best gaming PC under 3000?
PC gaming systems that cost less than $3000
- Intel Core i9-11900KF, 16GB RAM, NVIDIA GeForce RTX 3080, 1TB SSD – Black – CyberPowerPC Gamer Supreme Gaming Desktop….
- CPU: AMD RyzenTM 7 5800X – Graphics: NVIDIA® GeForce® RTXTM 3080, Memory: 16GB 3600MHz DDR4; Storage: 1TB Gen4 NVMe
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Can you get a good gaming PC for 3000?
Intel’s game-stomping 12-core, 20-thread Core i7-12700KF CPU is placed on an Asus Z690 motherboard for March 2022’s $3,000 Gaming PC Build. It’s finally time to get serious about gaming with Nvidia’s GeForce RTX 3080 12GB graphics card.
Is 3k for a PC good?
Returning to the original gaming PC, you can expect to pay anywhere from $600 to $1200 to play the latest high-end titles. The price of a prebuilt computer has never been lower. If you don’t plan on building a gaming PC, now is a good time to do so. I’m surprised that a computer costs so much money at $3,000.
End of the beautiful $3000 PC build is here. We’ve put in a lot of time and effort to compile a comprehensive list of all the components you’ll need to finish this monstrous system, so we hope our efforts weren’t in vain and that you found something you like.
Even if you’ve never built a computer before, we encourage you to give it a shot. Due to the fact that no pre-built PC exists that checks all of the right boxes, this is an especially good idea.
Despite the fact that this has been a difficult year for DIY builders, it is still possible to put together a high-quality PC without having to pay extortionate prices to the scalpers. Patience and persistence are all you need.
However, we recognize that some of you may be in a hurry and lack the patience or nerves to scour the internet for and assemble every part of a PC from scratch. It’s possible that prebuilt PCs will be a better option for you.
They may not be as excellent as personalized ones, but they may be the only option left if need be. In addition, you can always increase their capabilities in the future.
Despite this, we nevertheless encourage you to take on the challenge of constructing your own system from the ground up. To put things in perspective, there’s no better feeling than getting a computer system up and running that you built yourself. Just be careful, because there’s a chance you’ll become addicted to it!