Here's How Much It Probably Costs To Be PewDiePie

20 September 2016, 11:10 | Updated: 17 October 2017, 09:44

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By Charleyy Hodson

In case you've ever been curious...

In case you didn't already know, PewDiePie is the single most subscribed person on YouTube. With nearly 50 million subscribers and a career that focuses on video games and technology, you can imagine that the cost of his YouTube setup is astronomical... and you're not wrong. So we did some research to find out how much it really costs to be PewDiePie.

Using the amazing video below, in which Felix shows off his new "dream setup" after being evicted from his old address, we've sourced each of the products on show with the relevant links in case you want to replicate it yourself, thanks in part to another website called ManOfMany. We will give you a heads up however that Felix leaves no description or list of the parts inside his gaming computer, but you can all just imagine it's top of the line.

So without any further adieu, here's the entire list of products in the above video (within reason) and anything else we know Felix owns: (NOTE: We have not included the cost of every single game he owns because we're not fools, also we've let out the cost of editing software and subscriptions)

  • Humanscale Float Standing Desk (Amazon, $1,117.94)

  • 3x ASUS MX27UQ Monitor (Amazon, $402.99)

  • Rode NT1KIT Condenser Microphone (Amazon, $269.00)

  • Neumann TLM 102 Condenser Microphone (Amazon, $699.95)


  • LyxPro Balanced XLR Cable (Amazon, $14.99)

  • Rode PSA1 Swivel Mount Studio Microphone Boom (Amazon, $99.00)

  • Sternberg UR22 2-Channel USB 2.0 Audio/MIDI Interface (Amazon, $149.00)

  • "Sweet Assssss" Glorious Extended White Gaming Mouse Pad (Amazon, $27.99)

  • Corsair Vengeance M95 Performance MMO/RTS Laser Gaming Mouse (Amazon, $79.99)


  • KBC Poker 3 Mechanical Keyboard (Amazon, $143.43)

  • Canon XA10 Professional Camcorder (Amazon, $1,499.00)

  • "Life Saving" Rode NTG4 PLUS Shotgun Microphone (Amazon, $369.00)

  • Sennheiser RS 170 Digital Wireless Headphones (Amazon, $169.99)

  • Desk Hammock (Amazon, $14.99)

  • Neewer Camera Ring Light aka “Beauty Light” (Amazon, $89.99)


  • Neewer Collapsible Photography Video Light Softbox Diffuser (Amazon, $16.99)

  • "Huge Ass" White Digital Clock (Amazon, $24.68)

  • "Dope Ass" Masters of Boards Whiteboard (Amazon, $99.99)

  • West Pushy Junior 175 531-25 Bin (ClassyBins, $156.26)

  • People People Transparent Speaker (PeopleProducts, $781.97)


  • Gizmac Accessories Sever Rack (Amazon, $3,708.75)

  • White Xbox One (Amazon, $254.99)

  • Sony Playstation 4 (Amazon, $298.99)

  • Nintendo Wii (Amazon, $294.94)

  • HTC Vive (Amazon, $799.00)


  • LED Light Strip Kit (Amazon, $34.99)

  • Plastic Drawers (Amazon, $23.28)

  • 4x 12 Pack Charcoal Acoustic Wedge Soundproofing Studio Foam Tiles (Amazon, $39.00)

  • DJI Phantom 4 Drone (Jessops, $1,602.62)

  • Shue BLX14 Duel Wireless Lavalier Microphone System with 2 x WL185 (Gear4Music, $815)

  • And finally, we can only speculate what PewDiePie has in his massive gaming rig and what it costs, but we did spot the VGA NVIDIA GeForce GTX in there (Scan, $795.41)


So when you add all of this together, we can estimate that PewDiePie's entire YouTube setup costs... $15,815.11 (or Ł12,123.97 to any of our English readers). Whoa. It's no wonder he's the best of the best!