This week, we discovered the Starfield Constellation PC displayed with other customized hardware at the Dutch Comic Con.
Now, we find out that PC customizer Rhoads PC had built a fantastic Vasco-based PC that was supposed to appear at QuakeCon in August 2023, barely a month before Starfield’s highly successful release.
The PC build was unique. Encased in a frame made of hardwood, the interior of the PC has Vasco perched on a pedestal together with the CPU, an AMD Ryzen 7800X3D, and the GPU, a Radeon 7900 XTX Starfield Edition.
What happened to that rig? To put it bluntly, it never made it to the event where it was supposed to be used in a LAN party. Watch the video below and hear the story from the creator himself.
So, it turns out that, despite all the care he had observed at packing Vasco, the courier in charge of bringing the PC to QuakeCon dropped the crate a little too forcefully. To make the long story short, the Vasco PC never made it to the event.
When everything seemed lost, AMD contacted Rhoad's PC again to rebuild it. With the new build, he was now ready to put the rig on display once again, this time at the Bethesda Games Studios headquarters. Rhoads PC also delivered the crate himself as well.
This is a heartwarming tale of a catastrophe that was quickly turned around, thanks to the support provided by AMD and Bethesda to Rhoads PC. The specially built rig is now safe and sound in the Bethesda Games Studios headquarters.
Speaking of fan creation, you should check this exceptional outpost that a player has built on Leviathan IV.
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