A modder transforms a toilet into a fully functioning gaming PC

A modder transforms a toilet into a fully functioning gaming PC ...

YouTuber Basically Homeless recently transformed a toilet into a gaming PC, so he can "sit there and go potty while gaming."

Because what good is a gaming PC (or a toilet) without a window to see what's inside? A single exhaust fan was added to the tank's lid.

The gaming PC is powered by an Intel Core i7-12700 CPU coupled to an MSI Z690I Unify mini-ITX motherboard, 64GB of G.Skill Trident Z5 RAM, and an Asus Nvidia GeForce RTX 3060 video card. Micro Center, the sponsor of the project, also sent over a 240Hz MSI Optix monitor.

Nick forgot to perform a leak test prior to putting the PC hardware down, causing the divider to leak. But no worries, Flex Seal came to the rescue! After draining the water and removing some of the "flushy parts," a liquid rubber sealant was generously applied. It worked.

Although it's a rough ride, I can't help but wonder what occurred when cutting the top fan hole, and having tank water that close to the PC components without any additional compartmentalization seems to be a moisture-related catastrophe waiting to happen. I'm also curious how effective the toilet is with roughly half as much water as usual.

Have you ever imagined yourself using an impractical PC as this? I once made a PC that I could use while lying in bed, only to discover that laptops existed and I'd wasted a lot of time.

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