Your PC is probably fine. You might even think it's good. Potentially even decent, if you spent a few thousand dollars.
But you are wrong. Your PC is a peasant compared to this monstrosity.
Corsair's suite at Computex 2019 was filled with all the things you'd expect — RGB lighting here, there and everywhere, with a bit of Elgato streamer gear and lighting on the site (since Corsair owns Elgato now).
But something that stood out was the astronomically expensive Hydro X 1000D — a $US10,000 that weighs 8kg, is kitted out with all of Corsair's new watercooling pumps, radiators and water blocks, and is effectively two PCs in one.
And when I say effectively, I mean actually. The 1000D is literally two PCs in a single unit: one build with an i7-9700K on a mini-ITX board, and a second build using Intel's 9980XE, which costs $3000 in Australia. That's why there's so much watercooling — each of the PCs inside have their own tanks and coolant loops, their own power supplies, RAM, and so on.
A local Corsair manager probably described the 1000D best: a karma PC for Reddit.
In case you're wondering, here's the full list of specs:
- CPUs: i9-9980XE / i7-9700K
- CPU Coolers: Hydro X XC7 CPU Water Block / Hydro X XC7 RGB CPU Block
- PSUs: SF Series SF750 / AXi Series AX1600i
- Motherboards: ASUS Z390-i ROG STRIX GAMING / ASUS ROG X299 RAMPAGE VI EXTREME OMEGA
- GPU: GTX RTX 2080 SLI
- GPU Cooler: Hydro X XG7 RGB 20-Series
- RAM: 32G Dominator Platinum RGB 3000Mhz (x2)
- Fans: LL120/140 RGB
- Storage: Force Series MP510 (x2)
The author attended Computex as a guest of ASUS and Intel.