Just a build that I made when challenged by my friend with his forty-thousand dollar part list. I highly doubt anyone would actually want to build this, but if you can, you'll probably make the record books, or maybe I'll mail you a ball of tinfoil. Anyway, hope you enjoy looking at possibly the biggest waste of time on PC Part Picker. Followed by a brief description of this build.
First off, I'll address the fact that this build can be made infinitely more and more expensive, and as new technology comes out, this build will just become a waste of money(but if you have enough money to waste on this, well, I wasn't kidding about the tinfoil). Look, I know how PCs work, but I honestly have no idea what some of the parts on this list even DO. Also, to those of you who are complimenting the 10-monitor setup, I'd also like to question why these monitors are so expensive. They're just 1920 by 1080 right? They're 6 ms response time. Why the hell are they so expensive?
The next "MOST EXPENSIVE BUILD" is probably going to just be a variation of this one. After all, this one is just a modified version of the previous record. Also, one final note, I didn't actually build this and I see no reason to. I don't even know if the parts are compatible, because when it comes to this price point, PCPP's compatibility filter can get a little bit stupid.
The beauty of this PC is it shows us that, it's to expensive for anyone to truly need. It shows us all that, you don't need the most expensive PC to have while fun PC gaming. What you need is to stop reading this and wasting your time. Go do something with your life for crying out loud!(Unless you want a premium ball of tinfoil. If you do, then build this PC.)