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Lotus Computer: High-End PC for Game Development, Video Editing, and Competitive Gaming

by LotusComputerUSA



Date Published

March 21, 2017

Date Built

Feb. 6, 2017

CPU Clock Rate

3.4 GHz

GPU Core Clock Rate

1.266 GHz


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: A few months ago, we were contacted to build a high-end, six-core PC for a client who wanted a machine to learn game development and video editing on while he attended a nearby college. He also noted that he needed a PC for his competitive gaming career. He wanted us to use his GTX 980, 650W PSU, and Windows 10 from his old PC; but everything else was to be a major upgrade from his past rig. The finished product is one of my favorite builds in recent memory.

As per the client's requests, we built around the six-core i7-6800K on the Asus X99 motherboard. The amazing Noctua NH-U14S was selected to cool the large processor. The client's old GTX 980 and 16GBs of RAM were used for his graphical and memory needs. A 120GB PNY SSD and WD 1TB HDD were chosen for his storage drives. This build was encased in one of the best cases to come through the Lotus workshop: the Phanteks Enthoo Evolv ATX. The dual tempered glass panels look gorgeous, displaying all the PC's components in RGB glory. This case was a true pleasure to work with and we recommend it to anyone that wants an attention-grabbing PC. Overall, we hope you enjoy checking out this build half as much as we enjoyed building it.

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Minky7 3 Builds 2 points 25 months ago

:O That's a really nice build! How'd you get the pictures to look so fancy?

LotusComputerUSA submitter 13 Builds 1 point 25 months ago

Thanks! They're just cell phone pictures; its honestly that gorgeous case looking so fancy!

Minky7 3 Builds 1 point 25 months ago

I see...

Fleetleader101 1 point 25 months ago

Very clean.

Enrico411 1 point 25 months ago

such a beautiful case!

EndTheFed 4 Builds 1 point 25 months ago

The light leaks makes me feel like whenever you press the power button, all the lights in you house must dim for a couple seconds, lol.


Well done.

MarshmellowMan2 1 Build 2 points 25 months ago

yeah i have a phanteks rgb strip too and it is bright as hell

MarshmellowMan2 1 Build 1 point 25 months ago

Dang, that's a nice case. Please cut down that rgb strip a little more instead of looping it back over to the corner!!

LotusComputerUSA submitter 13 Builds 1 point 25 months ago

Thanks for the critique! This was the first build we used the Phanteks LED 2 Meter Strip, and it taught us that unless the case is a full tower, maybe two 1 meter strips will allow for a cleaner installation.

A_Builder 1 point 14 months ago


I wanted to know what kind of LED strip did you use and how they are connected ( M/B or directly to the case controller)

I'm going to build a PC exactly same, clean and not many RGBs.

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