Have you ever imagined of a PC that is made by using the simple Lego Bricks? Someone has, and we will discuss here about a PC casemod made out using simple Lego Bricks. What is fascinating about this Lego Brick PC is that the device was made sans screws and has been cleverly designed to prevent the overheating of the device.
Modder gi0v3 made the case for this massive computer using the Lego bricks, which was brilliantly built and designed to permit enough airflow with room for placing a cooling fan on the top of the case.
This means that Modder could put them apart and redesign and rebuild if he wanted to with more improvements, but Modder does not seem to find a good reason as to why he wanted this to happen.
Well, this Lego brick PC also has specifications and features, which will include: AMD Athlon II 605e quad-core CPU being backed by a 2.3 GHz processor, which is attached to an ASUS /mini-ITX board. Connectivity solutions meets the demand more than you could imagine and will include USB 3, SATA 3, Bluetooth and Wi-Fi with a 8 GB zippy SODDR3-1333 RAM. Nevertheless, the device is being paired with Samsung 250 GB hard drives, has a slot for loading DVD-RW and an ATI Radeon HD 5570 GPU.
And, above all, there are cooling fans to wade away the heat that is being generated, and see to that the PC functions smoothly.