Those of you who struggle to play one game on your PC, you might want to look away. Using donated gear that's worth around $US30,000 ($41,980), LinusTechTips put together a PC comprised of 256MB RAM (8x 32GB), 7x AMD R9 Nano graphics cards and 8x 1TB SSDs. The trick here being that all of that was plugged into a single CPU, which then virtually output seven separate systems at once.
Translation: a single piece of hardware acted like seven individual computers. And all that beef meant that he could run Crysis 3 at max settings (drifting between 60-100fps) on one "PC" while the other six ran a looping graphics/benchmark demo.