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The Gaming Computer

by All in 1 Gaming

Built with the same skill, expertise and determination to be the best as our racing sim cockpits.

"I build engines and attach wheels to them."

– Enzo Ferrari

The Gaming Computer: The Engine that Drives the Simulation

Our focus when building a proper gaming computer is to keep all of our options open. We do not sign contracts with vendors and we do not buy in bulk. Logistics should not be a factor in factor when building the best possible computer. 

It's ok to have high expectations from an All in 1 Gaming PC.

Brand Name Parts You Can Trust

We only use recognizable brand names that coniststantly outlast and outperform. 

SAMSUNG 990 PRO M.2 2280 PCIe Gen 4.0 x4 NVMe 2.0

Blazing Fast Hard Drives

Hard drives that can read at speeds of 7,450 MB/s

Waiting for programs to load is no longer a thing.


Powered by AI.

DLSS is a revolutionary breakthrough in AI-powered graphics that massively boosts performance. GeForce RTX 40 Series GPUs use DLSS 3 to create additional high-quality frames that deliver the smoothest racing experience.

Core Gaming PC

Starting from $1830USD

Pro Gaming PC

Starting from $3842 USD

Elite Gaming PC

Starting from $4930 USD


Cores: Each CPU core can execute a set of instructions. The more cores the CPU has, the more simaltanous intructiuons your PC can execute at at the same time

Threads: Cores on a CPU can be virtually split to process even more instructions (hyper threading).

Clock Speed: The higher the clock speed, the faster the CPU can process instructions. CPUs usually have 2 speeds as their clock speeds can throttle, so it can be slower when the PC is idle to save energy.


Intel i5 13400F

  • Total Cores 10
  • Total Threads 16
  • Max Turbo Frequency 4.60 GHz


Intel i7 13700K

  • Total Cores: 16
  • Total Threads: 20 
  • Max Turbo Frequency 5.40 GHz


Intel i9 13900K

  • Total Cores: 24
  • Total Threads: 32
  • Max Turbo Frequency 5.80 GHz

Hard Drive

Max Read: The maximum speeds that data is read from the the hard drive.

Max Write: The maximum speed that data is written to the hard drive (stored).

Terabytes Written (TBW) & MTBF: The life span of the hard drive in terms of terabytes written to it or hours used.

Core PC

1TB Samsung 970 EVO Plus NVMe

  • Max Read: Up to 3500 MBps
  • Max Write: Up to 3300 MBps
  • Terabytes Written (TBW): 600TB
  • MTBF: 1,500,000 hours

Pro pc

2TB Samsung 970 EVO M.2 NVME

  • Max Read: Up to 3500 MBps
  • Max Write: Up to 3300 MBps
  • Terabytes Written (TBW): 600TB
  • MTBF: 1,500,000 hours

elite pc

2TB Samsung 990 PRO M.2 PCIE

  • Max Read: Up to 7450 MBps
  • Max Write: Up to 6900 MBps
  • Terabytes Written (TBW): 600TB
  • MTBF: 1,500,000 hours


Memory Type: DDR4 or DDR5? DDR5 supports a higher frequency and therefore higher speed.

Speed: Measured in MHz, it is the amount of the times the ram can read/werite in a second. 

Size: A basic answer is the Sim Racing games wont use more than 16GB, but if you are running other applications as well (streaming, dashboards, etc) 32GB is safer and faster.


Corsair Vengeance RGB PRO 16GB (2x8GB) DDR4 3200MHz

  • Memory Size 16GB
  • Tested Latency 16-18-18-3
  • Tested Speed 3200


Corsair Vengeance RGB PRO 16GB (2x8GB) DDR4 6000MHz

  • Memory Size 16GB
  • Tested Latency 40-40-40-7
  • Tested Speed: 6000MHz


Corsair Dominator Platinum RGB 32GB (2x16GB) DDR5 6200MHz

  • Memory Size 32GB
  • Tested Latency 36-39-39-7
  • Tested Speed: 6000MHz

Power Supply

80+ Ratings: 80+ is a certification that power supply achieves at least 80% effeciaency under different loads (e.g. without loosing power due to heat or other).

Capacitors:Japanese capacitors are the best. 

Bronze through Platinum: Each higher level denotes of a higher level of power efficiency.

Core PC


  • Fully-Modular
  • Japanese Capacitors: 100%

Pro PC

EVGA 1300W 80+ Gold

  • Fully-Modular
  • Japanese Capacitors: 100%

Elite PC

EVGA 1200W 80+ Platinum

  • Fully-Modular
  • Japanese Capacitors: 100%

Graphics Card

CUDA Cores: Parallel processors within the Nvidia processor. More CUDA cores will means more raw computing power from the GPU.

Memory: GPU RAM stores graphics data so that the GPU can access it allowing you to see visuals on your computer screen.Me

Core PC

NVIDIA® GeForce® RTX 3060

  • NVIDIA CUDA®Cores: 3584
  • Boost Clock (GHz): 1.78
  • Memory Size: 12GB/8GB
  • Memory Type: GDDR6

Pro PC

NVIDIA® GeForce® RTX 4080

  • NVIDIA CUDA®Cores: 9728
  • Boost Clock (GHz): 2.51
  • Memory Size: 16GB
  • Memory Type: GDDR6X

Elite PC

NVIDIA® GeForce® RTX 4090

  • NVIDIA CUDA®Cores: 16384
  • Boost Clock (GHz): 2.52
  • Memory Size: 24GB
  • Memory Type: GDDR6X

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