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Bubble Tea Themed PC Looks Like A Delicious Disaster Waiting To Happen

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Bubble Tea Themed PC Looks Like A Delicious Disaster Waiting To Happen

Do you like bubble tea? Personally, I think I like it, but I've not bought it enough times to be certain and there's something about the word "tapioca" that doesn't sit right with me. Still, it's a super popular beverage these days. So popular that someone's got a PC that has "bubble tea" coolant running through the machine.

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Behold! It is difficult to deny that it is an adorable work of art from Aftershock PC, with help from Taiwanese computer hardware company Gigabyte. The pastel pinks and purples are very on trend at the moment and there are panels inside the PC with PlayStation controllers, the Nintendo Switch, and blooms scattered across a grid background. What sets this apart from the rest of the battlestations you'll see on social media is that the reservoir has been mocked up to look like a cup of bubble tea, complete with pearls that rise and fall in the tea.

What kind of PC do you reckon you'd build with a budget of $15,000? Something a little like this? Boasting an AMD Ryzen Threadripper 2990WX processor and a swishy screen that stretches over the top of the built-in seat? Alright, alright, I'll spoil no more of this brilliant build below.

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This PC is in fact a custom made commission for a gamer who absolutely adores bubble tea, and possesses components from Aorus, making it a pretty powerful unit. The specifications are:

  • "CPU: AMD Ryzen 9 5950X
  • Motherboard: GIGABYTE B550 Vision DP
  • GPU: GeForce RTX 3080 GAMING OC WATERFORCE
  • Chassis: Aftershock Hypergate XL
  • Cooling: 7x LIANLI UNI fans
  • PSU: AORUS P850W 80+ GOLD Modular
  • MISC: Byski White Fittings, Byski AMD CPU Waterblock, EX-XTOP D5 Pump, EK-RES"
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And, no, it's not real bubble tea inside the PC. That'd be a bit far out and probably a safety hazard. It's a milky coolant with pretend pearls that swirl and bounce in the reservoir, and clogging is not an issue due to the "unique" way that the components have been arranged. The gamer's corgi also appears on the side as a glow in the dark motif and, as you can see, they're thrilled to be here. Not a thought behind those big brown eyes.

"At Aftershock PC, we're no strangers to creating truly bespoke, exotic custom PC builds and our team has delivered on an epic, unique build both inside and out," said the company. Now, do McDonald's Sprite.

Featured Image Credit: Aftershock PC

Topics: PC

Imogen Donovan
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