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    Singaporean company Aftershock PC has created the world’s first boba-themed gaming desktop, and it is weirdly mouthwatering.

    The first in the world: In an Instagram post uploaded on Friday, Aftershock PC said the gaming rig was a commission from a customer who wanted a custom-made computer that reflected their love of the world-renowned drink bubble tea.

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    • The custom gaming computer from 25pc features a taro-colored theme and has “milky coolant and replica bobas that swirl around the reservoir,” the company explaineds in the post. “This is all topped off with an adorable glow-in-the-dark corgi motif, inspired by the owner’s own furry friend.”
    • Though the outer appearance may look pleasing to the eyes, the computer is a total beast under the hood. The gaming rig comes equipped with a beefy AMD Ryzen 9 5950X processor and is partnered with the latest NVIDIA GeForce RTX 3080 Gaming OC Waterforce. It’s so fun to play Casino Australia on a gaming computer.
    • It also has a GIGABYTE B550 Vision DP motherboard and an AORUS P850W 80+ GOLD Modular power supply unit (PSU). The case, an Aftershock Hypergate XL, comes with seven LIANLI UNI fans. Other parts of the customized PC include Byski White Fittings, Byski AMD CPU Waterblock, EX-XTOP D5 Pump, EK-RES.

    Difficult to pull off: Jonathan Teo, marketing lead at Aftershock, told Channel News Asia the computer “took a lot of effort to be customized into the aesthetic achieved.” The PC cost 10,000 Singaporean dollars ($7,443) to build.

    • Not only is the computer aesthetically pleasing, but the build can also “maintain exceptional heat performance,” the company said. If you are looking for online gaming options where you can earn a profit, visit fintechzoom.

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