Man turns a toilet… into a gaming computer

Deepak Gupta August 3, 2022
Updated 2022/08/03 at 9:56 AM

Well, we don’t need to be here with great explanations to say that, just by the title, we realize that this is another one of those unusual news that make us be amazed (still!) with what the most creative and daring human being is able.

Thus, the situation that we are now reporting shows the creativity and unusualness of a youtuber who recently decided to turn a toilet into an authentic computer for gaming.




Turn toilet into gaming PC

This is clearly an unusual creation, but at the same time fun. Basically Homeless channel youtuber published recently a video where he shows one of his latest ideas passed from thought to reality.

More specifically, the user has transformed an ordinary bathroom toilet into a gaming computer. After the completion of this project, the toilet turned into a powerful PC equipped with a motherboard, an Intel Core i7-12700 processor and a GeForce RTX 3060 graphics card from Nvidia.

And for a better understanding of how the whole process was possible, since it was essential to create a way to separate the computer components from the other parts of the toilet plumbing, the youtuber shared a video where he explains all the details.

And after a lot of work and, of course, a lot of knowledge and also a lot of patience, the youtuber finally managed to finish his toilet-pc-gaming project. And everything has been thought out in detail, since the computer has enough space to allow air to pass through all the components, otherwise, it would certainly go wrong.

Towards the end of the video we can see what the heyday of this creation really is: the youtuber playing on his toilet, and the title chosen for the premiere was Counter-Strike.

The funniest thing is that the owner of the channel also ended up confessing that he got to know more about channeling than before starting the project. Therefore, it was also an enriching experience on other levels.

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