This GeForce RTX 4090 costs only 56 dollars, but it is made out of plastic bricks

Published: Sep 21st 2022, 11:50 GMT   Comments

Finally, RTX 4090 everyone can afford

Starting at 299 RMB during a presale (399 RMB/56 USD retail), Colorful fans in China can order this one of the kind PC with all important desktop components made of bricks. 

iGame M600 Brick Set, Source: Colorful

The set is based on actual Colorful products, including Colorful RTX 4090 Vulcan OC GPU, the latest Alder Lake Colorful’s iGame UltraD5 Z690 motherboard and iGame Vulcan DDR4 memory. The set, of course, has no LGA1700 socket and lack of information on DDR4 memory speed is concerning, however, the set comes with two engineers working day and night to ensure the best performance.

RTX 4090 Vulcan, Source: Colorful

The brick set is a collab effort with Pingqui Building Blocks, who came up with this cool set featuring 1123 pieces. This takes DIY PC to another level because now it is also required to build the components themselves, not just put them together.

iGame M600 Brick Set, Source: Colorful

iGame M600 Brick Set, Source: Colorful

Unfortunately, we can confirm that this PC is incompatible with GALAX DDR5 Gamer LEGO-compatible memory. At the time of writing, this set was only available for fans of Colorful on WeChat social app.

Source: Colorful

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