Bricked: Nvidia GeForce GTX 690 Built with Lego

Some people like their graphics cards; others love them; and still other people live for them. Xiaosheng Li loves his GTX 690 graphics card so much that he built one out of Legos. Yes, Legos, the Danish-made construction toy.

To build it, Xiaosheng used 11,396 Lego bricks, with the end result being a six foot long, two foot wide behemoth. The project took him three months as well as 10,000¥, equating to about $1640. To design the card, Xiaosheng used the LEGO Digital Designer software

The graphics card might not run Crysis, though it does have a working fan!

For more details on the project, read his forum post at the TechPowerUp forums.

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  • cwolf78
    Funny that the Lego version of the 690 is more expensive that the real thing!
  • Jim_L9
    Weird, but cool.
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  • Jim_L9
    Weird, but cool.
  • clonazepam
    "Or run crysis" ... well glad we won't see that comment question lol... I would have built a woman, myself.
  • thundervore
    As a fan of both Lego and Nvidia i must say that i am impressed.