This Fallout fan turned a limited-edition mini nuke into a tiny computer

radiation collector Usually focused on highlighting his impressive collection of memorabilia for the post-nuclear RPG series, but recently he tried PC built into plastic nuclear warhead This came with the Fallout Anthology Bethesda, released in 2015. The tasteful fake plastic bomb is designed to hold the DVD that comes with the anthology, but it also turns out to be roomy enough to hold some silicon and power.

Here is a similar project Built by Linus Tech Tips From before and after the anthology was released, but there are some key differences. LTT’s Luke opted for a more traditional PC build, elongated the case with a 3D-printed sheath, and tucked the then top-of-the-line i7 6700K and R9 Fury Nano into a heavily modified mini nuke.

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The Fallout Collector opted for a smaller, lower-power system, requiring fewer modifications to the chassis. He relocated the NUC, a small PC from Intel with a particularly compact motherboard, into a new enclosure. The Fallout Collector modified the plug-in used to hold the game in the base to mount the motherboard, set up the power supply on the bottom of the case, and designed holes on the side for the IO ports.