The best of the best for personal computing. This tower is likely overkill for what you need. However, this system has everything an insanely powerful personal computer has: Liquid-cooled unlocked Intel Core i7 processor with a 360mm radiator, 32GB of memory, 13TB of storage (1TB of which is Solid State M.2, the other is a 12TB enterprise hard drive), with a platinum-rated power supply that is rated over 1000 watts. You can even select below for a RAID1 setup between double storage devices (or RAID0, explained below). Combine that with an ASUS motherboard that is top-of-the-line and an exclusively beautiful and upgradable case that has the airflow to allow you to do any everyday work at absolutely zero lag. There's only one more powerful i7 processor on the Z370 platform, but that CPU is going out of stock. So we'll just push this processor as hard as we can, and the 360mm cooler should be able to keep pace. Again, this is overkill, but if you're filthy rich and don't know where else to throw your money, go ahead and get this system!
1) CORSAIR GRAPHITE 780T Full Tower
2) Intel Core i7-8700K cooled by NZXT's Kraken X72 Liquid Cooler (360mm)
3) ASUS ROG Strix Z370-E Gaming motherboard with AC wifi
4) Patriot Viper Gaming RGB Series 16GB (2x8GB) memory @3200MHz (x2)
5) Samsung 970 Pro 1TB M.2 SSD (One of which has a heatsink, the other is shielded by the motherboard, assuming you take the double drives option)
6) Seagate Exos x12 12TB Enterprise-Grade Hard Drive
7) Enermax Platinum D.F. 80+ Platinum Certified 1050 watt power supply with 10 year warranty
8) Windows 10 Pro, Licensed
RAID1: Mirrors the data to both drives, so if one fails, the other is essentially a constant "Backup". This allows you to continue working with a dead drive. If a drive fails, you'd finish your work for the day, shut the system down, take the drive out (we'll help you out, or you can ship it to us and we'll take it out), then send it back to Seagate to get a replacement. However, enterprise hard drives are built to last!
RAID0: More risky, this doubles your storage to 26TB total (Windows will probably read it as 23TB or something). However, if one of the hard drives fails, all data saved to the drives will be gone. If one of the SSDs fails, all data on those drives are gone, including the operating system (making your PC an oversized paperweight). Drive failure takes a lot to occur, and you can check it with software like Macrorit or Crystal Disk Info. If you select RAID0 for your configuration, we'll set your system up with Crystal Disk Info and have it run daily at any time specified by you (default will be midnight if we don't hear a response). This will alert you of any errors before they occur, drastically reducing the already low chance of data loss and drive failure to a near-zero number (assuming you took action the second something concerning came up).