Some custom PCs turn heads with mind-blowing aesthetics while some stood out because it has a cooling system like no other, such as a PC that is literally the fish tank and then there was a PC that appeared to be cooled by Coca-Cola (but really isn’t), and today, we learned that there is one that is cool by bubble tea aka boba tea.

AORUS x Aftershock Bubble Tea-themed PC

OK. The so-called “world’s first bubble tea-themed PC” is not actually cooled by bubble tea, but it does look like the beverage loved by Asians the world over – thanks to the milky coolant and replica bobas that swirl around the reservoir.

The AORUS x Aftershock Bubble Tea-themed PC was a commissioned, bespoke custom PC build. It was created by Singapore-based custom PC builder, Aftershock PC, in partnership with GIGABYTE for a client in Australia.

AORUS x Aftershock Bubble Tea-themed PC

Absolutely adore the purple theme and the overall adorable design aesthetic. Speaking of adorable, it is made even cuter with a glow-in-the-dark corgi motif, inspired by the owner’s feline friend.

Here’s a rundown of the specifications of this build:

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
Others: Byski White Fittings, Byski AMD CPU Waterblock, EX-XTOP D5 Pump, EK-RES

AORUS x Aftershock Bubble Tea-themed PC

The World’s First Bubble Tea-themed PC was put together by Aftershock’s team in Australia and costing over 10,000 Singapore dollars (which is around US$7,450+). Dang it. Whoever commissioned this custom PC build must be a diehard fan of boba tea!

AORUS x Aftershock Bubble Tea-themed PC

Images: Instagram (@aftershockpc).

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via CNA Lifestyle.

Published by Mike

Avid tech enthusiast, gadget lover, marketing critic and most importantly, love to reason and talk.

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