Newegg's flagship SuperCombo pushes the boundaries of DIY desktops

Looking to attract the attention of extreme computer hobbyists, Newegg (GameCrate's benevolent overlord)  has revealed a combo deal that is likely to make even the most veteran desktop enthusiasts salivate. The combo includes Intel's latest and greatest Haswell-E eight core processor, Asus X99 Deluxe motherboard, twin 12 GB EVGA GTX Titan Z cards, 64 GB of DDR 4 RAM, two PCI-Express 960GB SSDs and four terabytes of SSD storage, all of which is powered by a powerful 1600W power supply.

Of course, impressive components need an impressive case, and having spent an hour or so ogling at the In Win S-Frame that comes with the SuperCombo, I can safely say that these components will have a stylish, modern looking home. Crafted from a single sheet of aluminum, the S-Frame's open structure features two large tempered glass panels that show off the inner components.

Here are some pictures I took of the In Win S-Frame:

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The Dream Machine SuperCombo is topped off with a 31.5-inch 4K monitor that will allow you to fully enjoy the fruits of your powerful components.

The practical applications of this behemoth are only limited by your imagination: you could hook up additional 4K monitors for an extreme gaming setup, run a virtual server, or perhaps mine some bitcoins. Whatever your intention is, one thing is for sure, this SuperCombo is one of the most future proof setups you can get.

This all comes at quite the price though, $19,120 to be exact.