Not all PC builds have to be sleek, cool, or minimalist, as the owner of this computer shop in Thailand knows all too well. Want to attract more customers? Make an eye-catching green and gold Thotsakan PC!
Snapped by Custom PC Facebook community member Aaron Cooke while traveling in the country, this mad-cap creation features an enormous Thotsakan bust stuck to the front of a Corsair PC case. Thotsakan is the Thai Buddhist name for the Ravana, a Hindu rakshasa demon that is often depicted with the menacing fangs and green skin shown here.
Inside the PC, there are also gold flower motifs stuck all the way along the power supply shroud with gold water cooling connections, gold Asus ROG and Corsair logos, and gold fan covers. Oh, and there’s another rakshasa face covering the top right of the motherboard.
The PC is clearly set up as a showcase of AMD hardware, with a little side-lit etched plastic AMD logo sitting next to the enormous AMD graphics card. It’s a safe bet there’s an AMD Ryzen CPU under all that Corsair water cooling hardware too.
Quite what the little fire engine on top of the case has to do with the whole theme, though, we don’t know…
Are you a fan of this attention-seeking PC style or are you too concerned you might not be able to reach the power button behind that enormous bust? If not, check out our list of the best PC builds to find something a little more up your street. It includes everything from the most minimalist white PC build ever to the most wonderfully crafted wooden PC.
Thanks to Aaron Cooke for sharing this amazing find with us. If you’ve got a similarly whacky PC build you’ve spotted, or have one you’d like to showcase yourself, why not share it with us too via the 350,000+ strong member Custom PC Facebook group.