Tuesday, April 28th 2020

Origin PC Announces The Ludicrous PC: High-End Custom PC Inside a Tesla-inspired Chassis

ORIGIN PC is proud to announce the availability of a custom ORIGIN PC desktop powered by AMD Ryzen inside a Tesla Model S for kids called the LUDICROUS PC. Originally built for Marques Brownlee, also known as MKBHD, and inspired by his Tesla Model S, the LUDICROUS PC is a powerful gaming desktop featuring liquid cooling and is capable of being driven just like a normal Radio Flyer Tesla Model S. The LUDICROUS PC is available now on ORIGINPC.com with options to select the color and rims for the vehicle.

Designed by the ORIGIN PC team, the LUDICROUS PC is a special build that required some challenges to overcome such as airflow, fitting the PC parts inside the Tesla Model S for kids, and still maintaining the drivability of the car. The first LUDICROUS PC was engineered, built, and shipped to MKBHD late 2019 for the opening of his new studio in 2020. The LUDICROUS PC features working headlights, a horn, the capability of being driven forwards and backwards, and a remote that can turn the PC on.
The specs inside the LUDICROUS PC feature a liquid-cooled AMD Ryzen 9 3900X with 12 cores, a liquid-cooled NVIDIA GeForce RTX 2080 Ti, 32 GB of CORSAIR Dominator Platinum RGB RAM, a 2 TB CORSAIR Force Series MP600 Gen4 PCIe M.2 SSD for the operating system, and a 4 TB Samsung 860 PRO SSD for storage. The LUDICROUS PC features additional details such as iCUE compatible RGB lighting strips for an underglow on the Tesla Model S for kids.

Customers can choose from select colors and rims to customize their own LUDICROUS PC on ORIGINPC.com starting at $13370. Every LUDICROUS PC is backed by ORIGIN PC's 24/7 US-based support team.

"True to its name, the LUDICROUS PC is a special edition PC that combines a Radio Flyer Tesla Model S with a liquid-cooled high-performance ORIGIN PC." said Kevin Wasielewski, ORIGIN PC CEO and co-founder. "The LUDICROUS PC is a true showcase build that the ORIGIN PC team created which was inspired by MKBHD's high-quality content and his high-performance Tesla. For a limited time, you can order your own on ORIGINPC.com for $13,370."

The LUDICROUS PC Features:
  • Case: Customized Radio Flyer Tesla Model S for kids with iCUE RGB Lighting
  • Motherboard: ASRock X570 Phantom Gaming ITX/TB3
  • CPU: Liquid-cooled AMD Ryzen 9 3900X
  • GPU: Liquid-cooled NVIDIA GeForce RTX 2080 Ti
  • RAM: 32 GB CORSAIR Dominator Platinum RGB (2x 16 GB)
  • OS Drive: 2 TB CORSAIR Force Series Gen.4 PCIe MP600 NVMe M.2 SSD
  • Storage Drive: 4 TB Samsung 860 PRO SSD
  • Cooling: Custom CORSAIR Hydro X Hard Line Liquid Cooling
  • Fans: CORSAIR RGB Fans
  • Power Supply: CORSAIR SF Series SF750 80 PLUS Platinum Certified
  • Operating System: Windows 10
  • Free Lifetime 24/7 Phone Support Based in the U.S.
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15 Comments on Origin PC Announces The Ludicrous PC: High-End Custom PC Inside a Tesla-inspired Chassis

#1
Vayra86
13370 bucks?

I see what you did there. Does this one work in space, too?

But em... for this money we get stickers?!

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#2
Turmania
Should at least have some batteries as well in case you want to take it into a camping trip lol.
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#4
Harry Palms
There is pretty darn good ways of getting creative with a PC build. And then there is this...
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#5
tfdsaf
Cool, but completely impractical.
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#6
AusWolf
If I put my PC on the back seat of my Fiesta, can I sell it for 20k?
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#7
DeathtoGnomes
i dont think my left kidney will cover that cost.
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#8
theoneandonlymrk
Oh hell no, it's easily my least desired build I ever did see.

It's so niche it's virtually made solely for Elon and I doubt he's mental enough to buy this.

Might sell em though LTD edition with actually enough compute for its AI to work:p.
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#9
FreedomEclipse
~Technological Technocrat~
But the question is... How long would the battery last on a camping trip?
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#10
AnarchoPrimitiv
I very strongly dislike Marques Brownlee... Especially his annoying voice.

I wonder if someone who is a fan of his will reply attacking me because they've irrationally appointed themselves defender of his "honor" and equally irrationally have chosen to be, somehow, personally offended for Brownlee on some weird surrogate psychology.

I'd rather they build a PC with something like a software controlled Marijuana vaporizer in it....the "application tube" can have a string of addressable LEDs in it if they feel so inclined (or just can't help themselves).
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#11
Cranky5150
Ummmmmmmmm...yeah ok...nah. I thought Tesla was already the new level of smug, but now I’ve seen everything..
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#12
Arjai
Even pretend Tesla's have crappy panel gaps.
:laugh:
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#13
ST.o.CH
This is meant for marketing and show-off.
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#14
dyonoctis
AnarchoPrimitiv
I very strongly dislike Marques Brownlee... Especially his annoying voice.

I wonder if someone who is a fan of his will reply attacking me because they've irrationally appointed themselves defender of his "honor" and equally irrationally have chosen to be, somehow, personally offended for Brownlee on some weird surrogate psychology.

I'd rather they build a PC with something like a software controlled Marijuana vaporizer in it....the "application tube" can have a string of addressable LEDs in it if they feel so inclined (or just can't help themselves).
Seems like you are eagerly waiting for that to happen . Tbh, I'm surprised that TPU audience would even care about him, seeing just how mainstream his tech coverage is. It's usually Linus who's getting flamed for being more successful than people like Steve from GN (even though they don't cater to the same audience at all).

Might be the least appealing mod that I've seen. It's more of a "because we can" project than anything else. They even dared to call this "SFF".
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#15
Gundem
I've tried for a few moments now and I just can't get on board (mentally) with this... Thing.:confused:
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