Oct 1, 2014 -
The Chronos Z's top configuration is pricey, yes, but it's an exceptional machine. If that's a bit too rich for your blood, you can always look at the low-end model for $2,799 (about £1,710, AU$3,200) – even if it's just for the GTX Titan Z card.
Scoring 74 frames per second on the generally system-stalling Metro Last Light is a damn near miracle, and with a 3DMark FireStrike score of over 15,000, I promise UHD gaming is easily within reach.
There's some real weak points here, like the heat output and noise, but if niceties like support and general convenience matter to you, there's no better place to spend your money.