DIY Builder Creates World's First Breathing PC

As we all know that high-end gaming PC produces a large amount of heat and to get rid of this heat many of us use noisy and powerful fans in our systems. But for the same problem, a DIY builder known as DIY Perks on Youtube has taken a different approach and created a unique powerful gaming rig without using any noisy fans, which he describes as “The World’s First Breathing PC.” With his creation, DIY Perks shows that with time technology improves and people come up with new concepts.

World’s First ‘Breathing PC’

As first spotted by TechRadar, Youtuber DIY Perks was curious to see if he can build “a seriously powerful gaming hardware without needing to rely on noisy fans for cooling.” Now to make this type of product a reality he designed this rig from inspiring by Nature itself and used reinforced acrylic panels, magnets, vents, and a water loop to cool the components like RTX 3080 graphics card and the AMD Ryzen 9 5950 X CPU used in this creation.

By using reinforced acrylic panels and magnets that silently glide back and forth, DIY Perks created a sort of “lung-like bellows system that will pull cooler air via vents and a water loop while pushing the heat produced by the components of the PC,” without using any fan.

DIY Perks has shared a video of building the world’s first Breathing PC on his youtube channel. You can check out the video below:

In the above video, DIY Perks showed how high-end hardware like the RTX 3080 and AMD Ryzen 9 5950X which generate a lot of heat, can be cooled without using a fan. As DIY Perks noted that the temperature of RTX 3080 and AMD Ryzen 9 5950 X while using the system reached 140 and 14 degrees Fahrenheit. Although these graphics cards and CPU run safely within the 140-158 degrees Fahrenheit temperature range.

Now during the demonstration of this Breathing PC, DIY Perks doesn’t use any in-game benchmarks like 3DMarks Time Spy or Port Royal. So, it is hard to say that this breathing PC would run well while using intensive games such as Cyberpunk 2077, Red Dead Redemption 2, etc with ray tracing turned on.

DIY Perks has also said that this is just the first prototype of a breathing PC and he will come up with its improved version in the future. Apart from this, this concept is new in the market and it will influence others designers too.

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