Lego Singapore has created a custom Halloween-themed gaming PC made up of over 20,000 bricks.
On Sunday, Lego posted a video of the huge one-off project, which was built in collaboration with Aftershock PC, on its various social media channels, including Twitter, Facebook and Instagram.
“Just in time for Halloween 🎃 This monstrous, one-off, brick-built gaming PC is giving us chills,” read the posts’ captions.
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The video features several details of the computer that evoke Halloween, from spider webs and skeletons to vampire, zombie and mad scientist Minifigures.
According to Geek Culture, the Lego Singapore build has a GeForce RTX 3090 and an Intel i9-12900KF processor. To prevent the computer from overheating, it has an open loop water cooling system.
The toy company’s posts about the computer went viral, with its Twitter post receiving over 221,600 views and 6,400 likes; its Facebook post receiving over 280,000 views and 10,000 likes; and its Instagram post amassing more than 1.4 million views and 98,500 likes.
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