Gamer and LEGO enthusiast Mike Schropp has been building LEGO computers in micro and mini form for a while now, but he’s outdone himself with this version. And if you pay nicely, he’ll build one for you too.
Made from 2200 LEGO bricks, this custom case is made with both stability and performance in mind – and every component can be easily swapped out and upgraded.
Currently, it’s an absolute beast that’ capable of playing pretty much every game on the market with maxed out settings at 1920×1080, 2560×1440 and even 3840×2160 (4K) resolution.
More pics and details below.
System Summary (for this build – other configurations available)
Motherboard- Asus Z170 Gaming
Processor- Intel i7-6700k
Graphics- Nvidia GTX 980 Ti
Memory- HyperX Fury 16GB DDR4
Coolers- Noctua NH-U14S 140mm and NH-U12S 120mm
Power Supply- Silverstone SFX 600w Gold
SSD (Primary)- Samsung 950 Pro
HDD/SSD (Secondary) Seagate 2TB HDDs & Samsung 1TB SSD
In terms of connectivity, the system offers a wide array of options.
3 Displayport Ports
1 HDMI Port
1 DVI-D Port
4 Rear USB 3.0 Ports
2 Rear USB 2.0 Ports
1 Intel LAN Port
1 Intel AC Wifi and Bluetooth
2 Front Mounted USB 3.1 Ports
Wan’t one of your own? Depending on the configuration, you can get the Core i5/GTX 950 for roughly $1699 and prices go up from there.
If you want to try and build it yourself, head on over to Total Geekdom for an extensive writeup of the build.
(via Ars Technica)