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Some of the nicest gaming desktops ever are these "Juicy" PCs

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Photo Credit: Twitter All gaming computers often have a similar design. Regardless of RGB, you can still identify a case as a gaming PC just by looking at it. Yet occasionally, a desktop will completely change the game, and Ironside Computers' The Juicebox is accomplishing just that. These three desktop computers, which are now available on Newegg, feature a truly cool look and are loaded with high-quality parts, including some of Nvidia's greatest graphics cards. Each gaming PC in the Ironside Juicebox has a distinctive appearance that relates to Japanese culture and its love of "kawaii" items. "Kawaii" is Japanese for "cute," and in this context, "cute" refers to making anything that is already ordinary into the cutest possible form of itself. One illustration would be Ironside's Juicebox, which turns your PC into a vibrant, juicy box of premium parts. The Juicebox [caption id="attachment_149439" align="aligncenter" width="1200"]the juicebox Reddit[/caption] Three limited-edition "flavors" of the Juicebox collection, each with a unique set of specs, are available for purchase on Newegg. Directly from Ironside, more variations are accessible. Because these are robust prebuilt computers, you can't just buy a case and use it for your current desktop. For the most fruity look, the front and side panels of each case include UV printing. An Intel Raptor Lake processor, liquid cooling, SSDs for storage, and an Nvidia graphics card are all found inside. The systems don't employ low-cost motherboards; instead, they make use of premium Z690 and Z790 models. The least expensive of the three Computers offered on Newegg is Juicebox ITX Orange. It includes an RTX 3060 GPU, 16GB of DDR4-3200 RAM, and a Core i5-13600KF processor. This model is $1,800 on Amazon. Also Read: Sony’s Cloud Gaming Plans: Job Listings Reveal New Features for PlayStation Now The top-of-the-line Juicebox Blueberry is equipped with one of the greatest processors available right now, the Core i9-13900KF. Also, it has Nvidia's incredible (and pricey) RTX 4090 graphics card, an enormous 64GB of DDR5-5200 RAM, and a 2TB SSD. Going with Blueberry naturally results in excellent performance capable of handling the most demanding games, but also a hefty cost. On Newegg, the Computer costs $4,500. While prebuilts may not be everyone's cup of tea, these three desktops contain some reliable components inside the luscious cases. It's always interesting to see a different approach to gaming PCs. We can only hope that in the future, we'll get to see more entertaining desktop layouts.

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