BFG-10000 Gaming PC Can Run Doom Because It Is Doom
When most of us build a PC, we’re probably happy to be able to fire it up and lay out all the cables and connectors in a way that’s elegant enough for side panel viewing. There’s something to be said for pushing the hobby to its (not) logical conclusion, though, maximizing form over function in order to carve the really stupid stuff out of consumer computer hardware.
Enter Taiwan’s Mark Celica and Mark’s Fabrications, who recently showed off his build in Doom: Eternal’s BFG-10000 replica at the GeForce Garage. From August to October last year, Celica built the custom casing — complete with a rotating platform and hydraulics to raise and lower the cannon — and the supporting systems inside. Celica has an i7 10700K with 16GB of DDR4 memory on a mini-ITX ASRock Z490 motherboard and a Founder’s Edition RTX 3080 for the GPU.
As you can see from the video, the Celica’s graphics card is on the back of the gun, with a vertical line in the middle that connects to the motherboard. He set his AIO CPU cooler’s heatsink further away and ended up with two case fans. I don’t know what would provide better thermal performance here, exhaust or intake, but in this version we may have left pedestrian concepts like “thermal performance” for the truly edgy and conceptual.
There’s a lot to complain about RGB everything and the gamified design language, but even those with lighter tastes have to realize that maximizing the ultimate gamer’s flip side to the glamorous. It’s a cool project that showcases a high degree of PC manufacturing and mechanical expertise, so cheers for Mark Celica’s delightful over-the-top.
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