Breaking down DrDisrespect’s insane new PC, and how much it costs

If your job is to play and stream video games for long hours, it’s only natural to get the best hardware available.

And that’s exactly what DrDisrespect just did!

Spoiler alert: you might feel an intense desire to have a brand new gaming build afterwards.

New gaming gears

Twitch celebrity Herschel “DrDisRespect” Beahm IV recently unveiled his new gaming PC in an intriguing trailer on Twitter and on stream.

The gaming rig is dubbed as Aventum X and is supplied by Digital Storm PC. The US-based manufacturer also previously built a gaming computer for 100Thieves Star Matthew “Nadeshot” Haag.

He expressed his gratitude to Digital Storm for helping him come up with a high-end PC.

“Digital Storm, firm handshakes. I mean the craftsmanship. When I took it out of the box, I said…wow who am I kidding? I’m like a little kid. Any sort of tech I take out of the box I’m gonna be excited but man, I was really, really excited about this one. Craftsmanship is kind of nutty.”

Dr Disrespect’s new Gaming PC specs

CPU: AMD Threadripper 3990X 2.9 GHz 64-Core

GPU: 2x NVIDIA GeForce RTX 2080 Ti 11GB


RAM: G.Skill Ripjaws V 256 GB (8 x 32 GB) DDR4

SSD: 2x Samsung 970 Evo 2TB NVME

Case: Aventum X

Case Fan: 14x Corsair ML140 PRO RGB

Fans and gaming enthusiasts collectively agreed how the two-time’s new set-up is an overkill.

“She’s a beauty Doc! 😍”

“That PC is dripping wet with success”

“This is overkill in the best posible way”

The specs of his new gear are truly impressive. In fact, it may even be considered as some of the best in the current market.

“You about to edit, color (HDR) master and audio mix/master  all the upcoming Avatar films with that thing? 🧐”

How much is it?

Gaming PCs aren’t cheap. If you’re playing on the same level as DrDisrespect, one can only wonder how much his new build costs.

Here’s a rough estimate of the two-time’s new gaming rig, brought from manufacturer Digital Storm: The CPU alone, AMD Ryzen Threadripper 39990x, would already set back a staggering $3,500.

It’s considerably a bit pricier than what most people are usually working with.

With other luxurious parts like an Aventum X case and two Samsung 970 Evo 2TB NVME solid-state drives, the entire set-up is likely to cost the Doc around $10,000 (with PC Part Picker used as a pricing resource).

But wait, there’s more! The price tag may not be all-inclusive after all.

The new PC has a distinct, custom water loop cooling system, which makes it difficult to put a price tag on the beast machine. Other extras are definitely going to mount onto the end price.

At this point, we can only hope to have such a powerful gaming build one day.

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