Project NanoXia detailed, a custom high-end PC desk

While Lian Li has already made a desk that is actually a PC case, Nanoxia, a PC case and cooling expert from Germany, has brought six modders to make a rather interesting looking custom PC desk mod that actually integrates two high-end systems, called The NanoXia Project.

To be showcased at Nanoxia’s stand at Computex 2015 show which kicks off on June 2nd in Taipei, The Nanoxia Project, features two high-end systems with four liquid cooling loops, all neatly packed in a cool looking desk painted in Nanoxia black/green color scheme.

Both systems inside are based on MSI’s X99 motherboard, Intel Core i7-5960X CPU, Kingston HyperX 16GB and Intel 730 180GB SSDs. The only difference is that one system is powered by two Galax GTX 980 graphics cards while the other runs on two AMD R9 290X graphics, so you won’t have trouble with any games.

The beautifully arranged liquid cooling system comes from Aquacomputer and includes four pumps, four reservoirs, two 420mm radiators and two custom 560 radiators. The entire desk is cooled by Nanoxia fans controlled by two Nanoxia fan controllers and connected via Nanoxia custom extension cables.

While we certainly like the design, we are afraid to ask how much would such system cost, even excluding the labor hours those six guys spent to make such a desk, but it is surely a thing of beauty.