We have seen quite a number of pretty outrageous PC case mods, but this one coming from Vietnam computer shop An Phát Computer, is a class of its own. And yes. It is a freaking aircraft carrier made out of some 900 pieces of individual LEGO bricks that measures a grand 1.1 meter (3.6 feet) long with a working PC built into it. Showcased last month at the first ever ‘Intel Enthusiast Day’ in Vietnam, this Custom LEGO Aircraft Carrier PC took the computer retailer 5 days to put together and comes complete with the requisite model fighter jets and armaments like missiles. It even has aircraft lift on it, which happens to have a SSD as its platform.
While it takes after the silhouette of the world’s most powerful naval warship, we can’t say the same for what goes under the hood, which includes an Intel Core i5-4460, ASRock B85M-ITX mainboard, Kingston HyperX 8GB RAM, Zotac GeForce GTX 750 Ti graphics, and an OCZ Vertex Plus R2 120GB SSD. Granted that this particular aircraft carrier isn’t a scale model of an actual carrier and it is probably not as ‘polished’ as any LEGO enthusiast would have it, it is nevertheless an impressive build. Keep going for a few more detailed look at this brilliant creation.