Origin PC, Miami-based custom gaming desktops and laptops manufacturer has joined hands with American YouTuber MKBHD to create a very cool looking PC. One of a kind, this custom Ludicrous PC is actually a scaled down replica of Tesla Model S. The custom gaming PC is inspired from MKBHD’S (Marques Keith Brownlee) Tesla S. It is very innovative from Origin PC to design a gaming PC in a drive-able Tesla Model S toy car.
Under the hood of this car-themed PC, you’ll find an AMD Ryzen 9 3900X and an NVIDIA GeForce RTX 2080 TI graphic card. Thus, it is fully equipped for you to play latest games besides giving a joyful ride to your kid can as well. This fusion of a hybrid PC and a toy car was a huge challenge for the makers, but they pulled it off remarkably. The team was able to fit a liquid-cooled gaming PC by utilizing the front trunk and key spaces in the vehicle.
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Besides the liquid-cooled AMD Ryzen 9 3900X with 12 cores and NVIDIA GeForce RTX 2080 Ti, the hardware includes 32GB of CORSAIR Dominator Platinum RGB RAM. Also, for the operating system there is a 2TB CORSAIR Force Series MP600 Gen4 PCIe M.2 SSD and a 4TB Samsung 860 PRO SSD storage drive. The Ludicrous PC also comes equipped with a custom Hydro X liquid cooling system. As a finishing touch, iCUE enabled RGB strips are included underneath the vehicle to offer custom lighting effects.
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The Ludicrous PC can be driven forward or in reverse and comes with working headlights and horn. A remote is also included that lets you turn off or reset the PC. So, if you want one for yourself, hurry up as this custom gaming PC is available for limited time. Interestingly, one can also customize the car with his choice of exterior color and rims. This high-end PC is priced $13,000 and will take at least 24 days for shipping.
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