Gigabyte Demos Hardware on Gorgeous Custom PCs at CES 2017
John Williamson / 1 year ago
To mark the unveiling of Gigabyte’s latest motherboards, the company asked talented modders to compile striking systems which demonstrate the kind of builds possible with the right talent and imagination. Throughout Gigabyte’s suite, there was a stylish selection of custom systems such as the machine below which has an EK-Supremacy EVO CPU block, braided cables with combs and a water cooled dual-GPU solution. The red theme spans across the hard tubing, rear chassis fan and GA-Z270X-Gaming 7’s spectacular RGB Fusion technology. I also quite like the LED accent and how the pattern can easily be seen next to the memory.
Here we can see another wonderful configuration which is based on a red and white colour scheme. In particular, the large horizontal reservoir dominates the build and makes it really distinctive. Additionally, the neat cable routeing, gorgeous coolant colour and attractive white LEDs combine beautifully to form a really elegant appearance. This particular rig incorporates the X99-Gaming G1 WiFi which is a great choice given the colour scheme. Clearly, the lack of a red motherboard in the Z270 line-up meant the system couldn’t revolve around a newly announced product. Nevertheless, it’s still a wonderful system which captures your attention.
Another stunning build from Gigabyte’s suite was based on an industrial aesthetic and comes with three dials which provide information on key system parameters such as RPM values. Not only that, the reservoir is akin to a vehicle’s exhaust and looks rather unique. Even the graphics card’s metallic colour upholds a great level of synergy and works alongside the metal tubing.