ZADAK Go Ultra-Stylish With Their Compact MOAB II PC

/ 11 months ago


ZADAK Computex 2018

We’ve saw a lot of amazing hardware at Computex, but one of the craziest systems had to be the MOAB II PC from ZADAK. Equipped with some impressive custom-loop water cooling, the form factor of this system is simply staggering. Crafted from custom aluminium panels, custom water cooling, and a patented aluminium water distribution plate, it’s able to maintain its compact footprint.

Small Yet Mighty

The chassis may be slim, but it still packs fantastic hardware. A GTX 10xx series card, this one was a GTX 1080, uses a riser cable, and their custom water cooling block to mount it right on the side of the chassis.

This and the CPU water cooling is fed through a 240mm radiator on the right side of the chassis. Again, the water goes through their custom distribution plate, which also allows the chassis to passively cool the system to a certain extent.


Of course, ZADAK makes memory too, so it also features their latest DDR4 RGB memory kits. It’s running Z370, and all the usual options, and should cost around $7000. Yikes, not cheap, but it’s not exactly made from off the shelf components.

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