ByFrank Fields, writer at Creators.co
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I want this and I can't explain why. Oh right because it's awesome!

PC Gamer has unveiled a case mod three years in the making with what they call the Large Pixel Collider—the ultimate gaming computer. The PC case is in the shape of the Ark of the Covenant: the fancy wooden box that originally held the two tablets of the 10 Commandments.

Hallelujah!
Hallelujah!

We've seen some pretty awesome PC builds, but I don't think any of them were as powerful (spiritually?) as this thing.

Every part of this is amazing, from the build, to the case, to the fact that you both need two people to carry it, and need to turn two keys simultaneously to even turn the freaking thing on.

No, I wasn't joking.

Get ready to take a spiritual journey and watch the video:

If you're curious about the actual components, here's the build:

  • Processor: Intel Core-i7 6950X - 10 cores overclocked to 4.0 GHz
  • GPU: Nvidia Titan X (2) - 12 GB GDDR5X per GPU & 1531 MHz boost clock
  • Display: Acer XB321HK 32-inch - 4K G-SYNC 2150p
  • Motherboard: ASUS ROG Rampage V Edition 10 - Metal-reinforced PCIe slots
  • RAM: 128 GB Corsair Dominator Platinum Special Edition DDR4
  • SSD: Intel 750 Series PCIe NVMe 1.2 TB (2)
  • HDD: Seagate Barracuda Pro 10TB Helium (4)
  • Power Supply: EVGA SuperNova T2 1600W
  • Cooling: EKWB water cooling, custom-built
  • Case: Modified CaseLabs Mercury S8

Yes, it can run Crysis, but I think a more appropriate test would be a play through of Rise of the Tomb Raider with max settings.

This behemoth of a PC will run you $11,000 including the modifications to the case by PC build experts Lee Harrington and Ron Christianson.

Goooooooood....
Goooooooood....

But if you can some how manage to put together the stack of cash to afford the holiest PC in history, it will run basically anything on the market for the next 10 years.

God speed, gamers.

What's the coolest PC mod you've ever seen?

Source: PC Gamer