A Youtuber designed, installed and built a PC Gaming set from his own toilet in his house.
Basically Homeless, a YouTube that has researched and assembled itself to create a Gaming PC inside a toilet, specifically here the toilet, complete with all the plumbing and mechanical parts. accompanying case.
After posting a video of the process of installing a Gaming PC in the toilet, Basically Homeless explained that he didn’t simply bring a Nintendo Switch, phone or even a Steam Deck into the bathroom. Instead, he wanted to create a ‘thing’ that would allow him to play a 120hz FPS shooter with a mouse and keyboard while sitting on the toilet. And in his video, he documents the entire concept, installation and design process.
The way the Gaming PC kit works is that half of the toilet’s water tank will contain all the toilet’s components to serve the ‘flush’. The other half of the tank will be the one containing all the computer parts. His idea was to keep them separate, allowing users to flush the toilet while playing games. In addition, integrated in the toilet lid is a set of cooling fans to keep the PC cool.
After completing the design and installation, Basically Homeless got everything working (including the shimmering RGB lights), the finished PC/toilet combo was impressive. Thanks to a large cutout in front of the toilet water tank, you can see both the working toilet and the running PC.
According to Basically Homeless, he had to teach himself and tinker with the basics of plumbing and how to cut porcelain to create this ‘unique, strange’ PC. The end result is that this YouTuber will now be the first person in the world to play the game continuously without fear of the ‘sick of the toilet’ coming.
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