Computex always brings some crazy new components to the PC market, and what better way to show them off than by integrating them into a bonkers custom PC build?
From liquid submersion cooling to Star Wars inspiration to high art, there's a bit of everything when it comes to the custom PCs of Computex. They may not be the kind of PC you'd want to have on your desk every day (okay, may you do, I won't judge), but they do stand as a showcase of both the newest technology and the artistry that can go into building the cases.
I just hope you like blinky lights, because there's a lot of that.
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