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Youtuber builds a gaming PC with his toilet

Youtuber builds a gaming PC with his toilet

We usually only take our smartphone, a magazine or at most the Nintendo Switch to the porcelain bowl if we plan to stay there longer. However, one very special player loves to play on the toilet so much that he set out to turn his toilet into a functional one. gaming pc to convert Pretty crazy, the player and Youtuber also succeeded. More about this in the article.

Cheerful step-by-step instructions:

On the popular YouTube channel “Basically Homeless” of Nick Zeta We’ve seen some crazy PC builds before, but this one really tops it all. The young father recently fulfilled a very special dream and is now able to gamble professionally in the shithouse.

But anyone who thinks that the gaming PC is safely installed somewhere in the bathroom is wrong. Zetta actually turned his own bathroom into a fully functional gaming PC.

Yes, you see correctly. The expensive hardware components reside in the toilet tank.

The craziest part? Not only the PC works perfectly, but also the toilet. There is only enough room left in the cistern for the water to rise and drain for rinsing without damaging hardware components.

However, the build was not entirely risk-free, as we can see from the video with its precise step-by-step instructions, at least not for the expensive PC parts. The water is only separated from the hardware components by a panel of plexiglass and silicone.

At a certain point in the video, Zetta correctly holds her breath when testing the toilet tank for the first time in conjunction with the onboard computer. At that point he is still not sure if the calculated fill level is really correct or if everything is just being flooded with water. He also has to deal with leaks that threaten to destroy everything.

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A harrowing moment when you consider what he has installed in the toilet. In the end, there was actually about $1,500 worth of hardware in the cistern of the dice bowl. He used this to build the “Bathroom PC”. Z690I MEG Unify DDR5 Intel Mini-ITX Motherboardthe Intel Core i7 12700 processor, Trident Z5 RGB 64GB DDR5 RAM and the mighty Nvidia GeForce RTX 3060 graphics card.

By the way, you can watch the crazy video of how to assemble the PC toilet here:

In the end, however, it turns out more than fine and we can be happy for Zetta, who is proudly participating in a CS:GO match directly from the toilet and with the toilet. His teammates can’t believe it and they only believe him when he flushes the toilet live during the game.

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Fortunately, we couldn’t find out if he also “used” the bathroom while playing.