The PC gaming industry saw some of the biggest launches this year in the CPU segment. The barrage started early as AMD introduced the world to its Ryzen range of desktop processors. Intel on the other hand, made a comeback late in the year with its 8th gen Intel Core Coffee Lake CPUs with which mainstream Intel processors finally got two more cores. NVIDIA launched the Titan V, a behemoth of a GPU, which essentially is a supercomputer in itself. In the motherboard and RAM space, we saw some new launches and RGB seems to be the trend on all things gaming. So, if you are in the market to build the best gaming PC money could buy, here is a list of components we recommend.