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Take a look at the virtually invisible PC that functions optimally and looks like a modern piece of furniture.

If you're a PC fan, then you'd understand the reasoning for having a large box to house all your treasured parts and components. We have to agree, though, it's not usually the most pretty piece of equipment that you'd want in your living room, but rather in a dedicated office space or gaming station.

But seeing that PC's are usually easy and pretty straight forward to work on, assemble and change parts, then why not think out the box and fabricate something entirely different.

YouTuber by the channel name, DIY perks, created something so ingenious and simple that we wonder why you can't buy it from the store like this yet. He built his PC into a desk, and shows us the step-by-step process on how he got it right.

Furthermore, once the desk PC was built, it looked incredible, but how does it perform in comparison to a conventional POC case? What he also wanted to test out was how the computer components handle the new environment in terms of heat and ventilation, and they performed above average!

Take a look at the DIY video below by YouTube channel, DIY Perks, on Building An Invisible PC.

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