The OrionX gaming PC has two CPUs (not GPUs), including a 10-core processor from Intel’s new Core X line of chips. As for GPUs, well, there are three — three Nvidia Titan X cards in SLI. There’s then two M.2 SSDs in a RAID0 configuration for data backup, a 10 TB HDD for even more storage, and 16 GB of RAM, which actually seems sort of low for how over the top everything else is. Is there any game that exists now that could use this kind of power? No, not even if you were streaming and playing at the same time. But, if you’re paying £26,599 (about $37,100), you probably don’t care.