Description

Who We Are: Hello! We are Lotus Computer USA, an American computer company based in Central Florida. We love to build custom gaming PCs in our workshop, and we want to share some of our completed builds with this wonderful and helpful community of systems builders.

The Build: Complete with a high grade Intel Core i7, 16GBs of fast DDR4 RAM, and a powerful NVIDIA GTX 1080; this custom PC will certainly go above and beyond its owner's gaming demands, which he mentioned would be GTA V, League of Legends, and Fallout 4. Built on an ASRock Z170 board inside of a spacious NZXT Phantom 530, the owner also loved how much space he would have for future additional RAM and storage drives. In addition to the Phantom's two case fans, the Cooler Master 212 EVO provided the case with streamlined and cost-effective airflow. The Corsair RMx 850W PSU rounded out this build, taking on the power needs of this PC while leaving great wattage headroom for the customer's future upgrade needs.

Comments

  • 37 months ago
  • 1 point

I like the thought of personally tailoring a build to a persons needs and wants. It is nice, but a little TLC on keeping the cable management neat would help. It will bring much more satisfaction, especially when they may want to upgrade parts. This will make it much easier since things will already be straight and tidy when they begin.

  • 37 months ago
  • 2 points

Thanks for the critique, Solemnsong! My partner and I were just discussing about how off our wiring job in this build was. Our typical builds are normally cleaner than this one. In a few days, we will be posting some high end VR PCs that we built for the Navy that are much cleaner and beautiful! Hope you keep posted with us.

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  • 37 months ago
  • 1 point

Hello RXWX! Unfortunately, we can only ship to locations within the USA. Hopefully one day we can expand to accommodate international shipping :)

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  • 37 months ago
  • 1 point

Thanks for the critique! We try our very best to keep prices low, but as a small family business, it is difficult to compete toe-to-toe with larger companies. We pride ourselves, however, on spending lots of one-on-one time to get to know the customer's precise needs; so our customers are happy to pay for the great experience.

  • 37 months ago
  • 1 point

I have to agree with Czex. Your "High End" build with the 6500k and 1060 is $1500+, 600 dollars more for less storage, more RAM, and an unlocked processor compared to my build. Not to mention that the PC in question is on sale. Also the cases are rather plain and boring.

Another way you could stand out is by building your PC's really well. The build here is kinda messy.

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  • 37 months ago
  • 1 point

Why you gotta do him like that lmao

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