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Introducing the ABS Legendary May the 4th Gaming PC Build! This mint-in-box PC is powered by Intel Core i9-12900K and an MSI Ventus GeForce RTX 3080 Ti GPU. This is a limited-run collectible computer that you can purchase until supplies run out.

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To start off this build, we start with the case, the InWin Nebula N127 Case that our team at ENIAC customized with a sleek-looking wrap.  Then they topped it off with precision etched lines inspired by some popular spaceship designs.

Then as a base we went with the ASUS ROG Strix Z690-F that supported our Intel 12th Gen processor, DDR5 Memory, PCIe 5.0 and our 2 M.2 slots.  This motherboard gave us everything we needed for this build now and will be easy to upgrade with new parts in the future.

And to ensure this build gave us the best performance we did use the 12th Gen Intel Core i9-12900K as our processor.  With 16 cores and up to 3.2 Ghz speed, you get the boost when you need it thanks to the eight performance cores, and a quieter system when doing the basics thanks to the efficiency cores.

For storage, we ended up going with two 1TB MSI SPATIUM Series NVMe drives to make sure we don’t run out of space anytime soon.

To make sure we are then able to do as much multitasking without slowing down, we went with two 16GB CORSAIR Dominator Platinum sticks of RAM. 32GB should be enough…for now.

Then we move on to what many of you were waiting for, the GPU. Here we went with the MSI Ventus RTX 3080 Ti. This model packs 12GB of GDDR6X RAM and will give you all the benefits that NVDIA’s RTX hardware and software.

After that it was time to put in our cooling for the CPU.  We went with an all-in-one liquid cooling solution from Thermaltake, the TH240. This was perfect because it supports Asus Aura RGB so we can sync it up later. Also please let me know if you thought I used too much or too little thermal paste in the comments.

And finally to power it all, we chose the 850W CORSAIR RMx series PSU.  It’s an 80 Plus Gold certified full modular power supply and was perfect for this build.

There it is, the ABS Legendary May the 4th PC Build in all it’s glory.  Powered by Intel and inspired by the galaxy.

Author Adam Lovinus

A tech writer and Raspberry Pi enthusiast from Orange County, California.

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