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OC3D helps Greg Salazar create a Lamborghini Aventador inspired gaming PC with Fractal Design

This PC is being given away as we speak!

OC3D helps Greg Salazar create a Lamborghini Aventador inspired gaming PC with Fractal Design

OC3D helps Greg Salazar create a Lamborghini inspired gaming PC with Fractal Design

While OC3D's TinyTomLogan was at Las Vegas for CES 2020, he received the opportunity to work with Fractal Design and Greg Salazar on an exciting PC project; a Lamborghini inspired gaming build.

As a car enthusiast and an experienced PC modder, Tom couldn't pass up on this offer, providing his painting expertise to add some custom flair to Greg's PC project. In exchange for a ride in the Aventador, Tom painted the PC's GPU support bracket and the front panel of Fractal Design's Meshify C chassis to match the car's orange brake callipers closely. 

Whoever's thinking "I want that case", should know that Fractal Design and Greg Salazar are currently running a giveaway for the PC shown in the video below. This competition is a worldwide giveaway, which means that literally anyone can enter, assuming local laws don't get in the way.

This system will combine an AMD Ryzen 3rd Generation processor and Geforce RTX graphics within a Fractal enclosure, with Fractal providing the system with power and cooling with their Ion+ 860W Platinum power supply and their Celcius S24 all-in-one liquid cooler. 

Below is a short spec list for Greg Salazar's Lamborghini/Fractal PC build, which is showcased in the video below. 


Case - Fractal Design Meshify C
Power Supply - Fractal Design Ion+ 860W Platinum 
CPU - AMD Ryzen 9 3900X 
Cooling - Fractal Design Celcius S24
Motherboard - MSI MPG X570 Gaming Pro Carbon WiFi
Graphics Card - MSI Geforce RTX 2070 Super Gaming X
Memory - G-Skill Ripjaws V 2x8GB @ 3200MHz
Storage - Samsung 860 Evo 500GB
Custom Cables - Custom ensourced.net Braided Cables


To enter the competition to win this PC, please follow the link in the description of Greg Salazar's YouTube video, which is embedded below and linked here


You can join the discussion on OC3D helping Greg Salazar create a Lamborghini Aventador inspired PC on the OC3D Forums

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04-02-2020, 09:53:39

tgrech
This looks great, super neat and always a fan of car content crossoversQuote

04-02-2020, 10:33:52

AlienALX
Can't wait to see Tom do a proper car PC build. I know he's been talking about it for years but yeah, would love to see him really submerge himself into a super detailed build.Quote

05-02-2020, 07:11:44

tinytomlogan
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Originally Posted by AlienALX View Post
Can't wait to see Tom do a proper car PC build. I know he's been talking about it for years but yeah, would love to see him really submerge himself into a super detailed build.
Has been a long ass time......Quote

05-02-2020, 08:32:54

Bagpuss
Excellent taste!


I thought I was the only one who'd ever purchased the Copper front panel for the Meshify C Dark tint glass build I did for my 9900K PC!


I also got the nice Blue one as well...I rotate between the black,copper and blue panels each time i clean my PC.


Keeps thing fresh looking.


..I don't have a Lambo, though Quote

05-02-2020, 08:52:22

Warchild
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Originally Posted by Bagpuss View Post
Excellent taste!


I thought I was the only one who'd ever purchased the Copper front panel for the Meshify C Dark tint glass build I did for my 9900K PC!


I also got the nice Blue one as well...I rotate between the black,copper and blue panels each time i clean my PC.


Keeps thing fresh looking.


..I don't have a Lambo, though
Worst excuse ever... why not? Quote
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