This custom Shadow of the Tomb Raider GeForce RTX 2080 Ti PC isn't just for how, as it packs plenty of power to run all the latest and greatest games. Starting with the case, it's built on a Corsair 270R chassis, which has been covered in a mix of MDF Fiberboard, sculpted styrofoam, 3D printing, modelling clay, and then finished with airbrushing as well as some hand-painting. Model-shop foliage and sculpted vines were added to create a jungle motif, while flickering LEDs and cotton balls create the appearance of fire-based torches. Last, but not least, the system was finished off with an altar, a hand-sculpted dagger, and a 3D printed Tomb Raider climbing axe. Inside each one of these GeForce GTX 2080 Ti-powered PCs, you'll find an ASUS X299 TUF Mk1 motherboard, an Intel i7-7820X CPU, 32GB of Corsair Vengeance RGB Pro DDR4 RAM, a 512GB Samsung 970 Pro SSD, a Corsair RMX1000 PSU, Mainframe Customs Cables, and customized Primochill Watercooling. Continue reading for more fascinating images from around the web.
Xforma's MBX MKII PC case is limited edition and can be customized to your liking, but at a hefty price, should you opt for a top-of-the-line model, like Linus. This particular configuration features a Strider Platinum 1000W PSU, two NVIDIA GTX 1080 Ti graphics cards, a Gigabyte GA- X99 SOC Champion motherboard, EKWB cooling components, Mod-One custom sleeved cables, and an Aqua Computer Aquaero 6 PRO Thermal Controller. Continue reading for another video and more information.
If the mobile and game console versions of Fortnite just won't do, the "Xidax Limited Edition X-10" gaming PC should do the trick. Priced at a whopping $20k, it features a Core i9-7980XE CPU overlocked to 4.6GHz, 128GB of DDR4 3200MHz RAM, two ASUS ROG STRIX GeForce GTX 1080 TI OC Edition graphics cards, an Intel Optane SSD 900P 480GB PCIE SSD, and dual WD 6TB Black hard drives in RAID 0 configuration, all in a Phanteks Enthoo Elite case. Click here for the first image in today's viral picture gallery. Continue reading for the five most popular viral videos today, including one of a Korean laptop that you can't buy in the states.
We have seen the ultimate gaming PC setup, and it'll set you back a cool $30,000. Featuring a crazy game chair by Imperatorworks, a 42.5-inch 4K LG display, two 24" portrait displays, and even a refrigerator on the side, just in case you don't want to leave your workstation during a marathon gaming session. Unfortunately (or fortunately), there is no built-in toilet...yet. Click here for the first image in today's viral picture gallery. Continue reading for the five most popular viral videos today, including one of Thanos' Infinity Gauntlet built with 25,000 magnets.
With Avengers: Infinity War out in theaters now, it's only fitting that we showcase an incredible, yet fully-functional, computer shaped like Thor's hammer. Not much is known about its internals, but the case's lights can change color at the push of a button with varying intensity. However, we do know that the case does not enough room for a discrete graphics card. Click here for the first image in today's viral picture gallery. Continue reading for the five most popular viral videos today, including one of a door blaster that lets you breach a door quietly in seconds.
Room 2425 at the Hilton Panama has been transformed into the "Alienware Hotel Room", or at least temporarily. In addition to the beach view, guests will get to enjoy the luxuries of a 65" 4K OLED TV, a fully-loaded Alienware PC with an Intel Core i7-7800 CPU, GTX 1080Ti, Xbox One Elite controllers, racing chair, and an Oculus Rift. Should you want to game while lazing in bed, there's also an Alienware laptop hooked up to a 34-inch ultra wide monitor. Continue reading for more pictures and information.
Sure, you could buy some awesome-looking PC cases online, but for one that combines rope and wood, you'll have to build your own, like "DIY Perks". Featuring a Zotac GTX 1080 Mini graphics card modified with a Noctua NH‑D15 processor cooler, an ASUS Z370-I motherboard, WD Blue 3D NAND 2TB SATA SSD, and last, but not least, and Intel Core i7-8700K Desktop Processor. What does all this add up to? A custom-built PC that not only looks stylish, but great for video editing, gaming, and more. Click here to view the first image in today's viral picture gallery. Continue reading for the five most popular viral videos today, including one showing how to build your own LEGO lockbox.
MAINGEAR's F131 just might be the perfect water-cooled PC, or at least for those who prefer pre-built systems. All F131 systems are hand-assembled in New Jersey, then shipped out worldwide, complete with antifreeze to prevent the coolant from freezing inside of the reservoir and pipes. The $8,000 configuration features an Intel Core i7 8700K 6-core 3.7GHz/4.7GHz (overclocked to 5GHz), 32GB of DDR4 RAM, two NVIDIA GTX 1080Ti cards, a 512GB Samsung NVMe SSD, 4TB HDD, an MSI Z370M gaming motherboard, 1200W EVGA Supernova power supply, and an optional 12x ASUS Blu-ray drive. Continue reading for more pictures, another video and additional information.
Developer Claudiu Kiss partnered with The Irregular Corporation to publish "PC Building Simulator", and the title is exactly as it sounds, a game that lets you virtually build the ultimate computer rig. The hardware components in the game are sourced from about a dozen licensed partners, which can also be used in a "how-to-build" mode for those who haven't built their own before. continue reading for more pictures, two videos and additional information.
Just when you thought computers couldn't get anymore secure, the ORWL appears. This mini personal computer has all of the standard security features available, but to prevent itself from physical hacking, it boasts a self-destruct feature that wipes its storage clean of all data. The computer comes pre-installed with either Windows, Ubuntu, or Qubes OS, and offers protection against UEFI / DMA attacks, USB-based exploits, and there's even a special key fob that uses NFC to verify that the user is authorized. When the special sensor is out of range, the PC locks down its USB ports to prevent any tampering. As for the physical hacking, Orwl can detect tampering of its electrical components even when unplugged and then wipes its encryption key to prevent anyone from gaining access to your data. Click here for the first image in today's viral picture gallery. Continue reading for the five most popular viral videos today, including one of a 42,000 match sphere getting lit.