Housing gaming PC consists entirely of Lego

Feb

6

2016

Mike Schropp, builder of Lego casemods, has an X-shaped game system of small stones. The fifty centimeters high Lego Gaming Computer is from the ground up, including homemade GPU heatsink.

Schropp was not only with the heatsink also not satisfied with the quality of the capacitors in the Silverstone SFX 600W psu Gold and replaced it well. In the whole structure is not used glue. For the solidity Schropp let the Lego plates and -steentjes overlap smart.

The cabinet seems to consist of one piece, but can open easily because the upper side is covered by the lower quarter of the housing with smooth pebbles, just like the bottom of the “lid”. Further, the motherboard is in the transverse X-shaped cabinet. This puts the CPU in a separate private ‘room’ of the X and which has a very individual air through-flow duct. The entire heatsink is built and supported by Lego bricks. The same applies to the graphics card, which upright by the strange shape state. Cooling is provided by further bespoke cooling towers.

The entire construction and design can be found on the website of Total Geekdom, where are the prices. Ranging from 1700 to $ 2700. It is also possible to create a system to measure. It is not the first Lego project Schropp. Previously built he had a small Lego computer: Micro Computer Lego.

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