There are a handful of reasons we imagine enthusiasts would want to put the build process in someone else's hands, and one of them is extreme customization. Xotic PC's $6659 Scourge v2 embraces this with a custom "Nvidia green" metallic paint job, carbon fiber modification, neon green interior lighting, Battlefield 4 laser etching, and green water-cooling tubing, all applied to a standard Corsair Obsidian 900D case.
Inside, you'll find Intel's Core i7-4770K overclocked to a modest 3.9 GHz on Asus' Sabretooth Z87 motherboard. Thirty-two gigabytes of DDR3-2400 from Corsair are complemented by a pair of EVGA GeForce GTX Titan cards, a 480 GB Crucial M500 SSD, and a 2 TB Western Digital hard drive. There's a Blu-ray burner in there, too. EVGA's 1500 W SuperNOVA power supply ensures plenty of headroom for an additional couple of GK110-based cards if you want, though it's a bit overkill for this specific load-out.
In addition to its stellar aesthetic, a lot of expense goes into the Scourge v2's dual-loop water-cooled setup, which consists of an XSPC reservoir, a 240 mm radiator, a 360 mm radiator, and blocks for the CPU, chipset, and GPUs. As with so many of the gaming systems we've seen lately, Xotic PC taps Windows 7 Ultimate for this machine.