Redditors are AI on the way Use our image generator to create a Mini ITX PC case design that won’t look out of place at your custom PC build expo. A selection of 28 stunningly attractive case designs were shared this weekend. high vectorMany of the designs could be great fodder to inspire modders, and others might even be practical enough for more adventurous PC case makers to add to their stables. Hmm.
AI is slowly but steadily infiltrating our lives, and its tentacles are already firmly embedded in smart devices in our homes. We also use it to improve some of your favorite connected services/experiences, such as Nvidia DLSS and PC technologies like Broadcast. And the writer’s Gigabyte Aero 17 laptop even uses Microsoft Azure AI to tune the GPU boost behavior.
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The sample gallery of the AI-generated Mini ITX PC embedded above shows a number of fairly rounded designs. This is not AI bias. Instead, Hybective says he likes Wheatley (the AI robot in the Portal franchise) and has wanted his PC in a spherical shape ever since he turned to Games Sphere (a GameCube parody) in the teen sitcom Drake & Josh. I admit it. InWin showed off a really cool spherical PC a few years ago to show they had options, but there certainly aren’t that many.
When using these AI image generation services, users typically enter some keywords into the prompt. A Redditor took to sharing an image of a Mini ITX PC case, in the middleMore specifically, at least some of the images were generated with prompts such as “Sphere ITX PC build hyper-realistic”.
There are two main problems with such AI-generated images of PC cases. The first is the real-world utility of the design, which often requires a bespoke glass or acrylic section. Another complaint is the AI generation of standard PC components. AI’s limitless imagination has to constrain several standards such as GPUs, liquid coolers, and air coolers. Airflow is clearly not on AI’s list of concerns for some of these designs. Nonetheless, these can be inspiring designs for both individuals and businesses.