I built a PC out of rope and wood...

In this video I show you how I built a unique sculptural PC!

Big thanks to the following manufacturers and distributors for helping to support this project:

Western Digital with their 2TB m.2 drive

Burson Audio with their Play

Zotac with their GTX 1080

Noctua with 2x NH-D15

Reichelt with the Z370-i

Overclockers UK with the Lian-li PCI-E extension cable

Here is that threaded insert tool: amzn.to/2uJOdyz

For those interested, here is the first custom built PC I made, named 'Cloud Unit': www.youtube.com/watch?v=vHoqY...


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  • DIY Perks
    DIY Perks3 ปีที่แล้ว

    Hey everyone, if you enjoyed the video and think it's worth sharing, feel free to link to it on any relevant blogs/forums/websites you partake in as it will help the video along immensely. Thanks!

  • Paul's Hardware
    Paul's Hardware3 ปีที่แล้ว

    Amazing build Matt! I really enjoyed the video - an awesome concept, well-documented and shot process and a powerful + unique finished PC. Cheers!

  • Leo Hernández
    Leo Hernández2 ปีที่แล้ว

    Imagine grandma coming for a visit and starts pouring water on top cause she wants to make some coffee

  • Saim S.
    Saim S.ปีที่แล้ว

    You should seriously start a little company, that makes custom built pc’s y’know, cuz that’s what rich people who don’t know what to do with their money, buy! Because man you got some serious skill and creativity, and your one of a kind!

  • Dark_Amethyst

    Him: trying to demonstrate how quiet it is.

  • Bilox s
    Bilox sปีที่แล้ว

    I swear this is the only guy who makes DIY things i would acctually recreate

  • Alcedo B.
    Alcedo B.ปีที่แล้ว

    Funny fact: The Coffee Lake processors are called so because of this build

  • Mich Ael
    Mich Ael3 ปีที่แล้ว

    I gotta admit, that's some powerful coffee machine

  • sihTdaeRtnaCuoY
    sihTdaeRtnaCuoY2 ปีที่แล้ว

    Watching this as a Canadian, I had to rewind when you said the cable was almost 70 pounds. I was like, "No way that cable weighs 70 lbs".

  • Tahsin Uchiha
    Tahsin Uchiha2 ปีที่แล้ว

    This is some insanely high quality content.

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  • dwalden74

    I like how you move the plant for each shot to make the ambiance look nice. 👍🏼😁

  • Ian Villar
    Ian Villarปีที่แล้ว

    I really have enjoyed your videos AND builds. The narration, editing, and knowledge you deliver should be a benchmark for THmy content producers. Thanks for the quality you deliver and the respect you give the viewers for the time invested in watching your videos. On behalf of those viewers that value time well spend and watching quality videos, thank you.

  • Huan
    Huan3 ปีที่แล้ว

    每次看您的影片都覺得很震撼,非常非常的厲害,也學習到很多,謝謝DIY Perks 帶給我們這麼好的影片🙂

  • Jab

    The perfectionist in me cries every time you show the final products. In love with your channel and talent <3

  • 94norbi94

    It's astonishing. Really. I'm shocked how much know-how, work and precision you cram into this build

  • wesdiezy

    Wow! I absolutely love this. Great work! I love how your projects are a mixture of technology functionality and art.

  • chris kaprys
    chris kaprysปีที่แล้ว

    Been watching so many LinusTechTips videos that I'd forgotten what a PC build looks like without gear being dropped and the computer left teetering precipitously on the ledge of a table 😁

  • Voller Name
    Voller Nameปีที่แล้ว

    When he showed how silent it is I thought it's still pretty loud until I noticed it's my PC in the background...

  • electronicsNmore
    electronicsNmore3 ปีที่แล้ว

    That's a beautiful creation. :-) If you stained it, the Queen might want to buy it for her palace.