Fox My Box, one of the leading players in the niche of professional customization for consumer durables has unveiled the “Kitsun- the Fox PC”, a one-of-a-kind aesthetically built Custom PC cabinet, targeted primarily at PC modding community, gamers and Performance PC enthusiasts in India.
While Gigabyte, the Taiwanese manufacturer and distributor of computer hardware, provided the best-in-class components for the PC; Studio 34, the automotive design studio, visualized and mapped out the design and aesthetics, closely knitted with the latest technologies of 3D designing and printing it to reality. Conceived by Fox My Box, the new Kitsun is powered by Ryzen Threadripper 3960X, built by Advanced Micro Devices, Inc. (AMD).
Speaking on the project, Ankush Khera, Founder & CEO Fox My Box, commented, “I deeply feel that the Kitsun has the potential to revolutionise the professional modding industry in India by enabling people to re-imagine PC cabinets more vividly and come up with tangible solutions for those who want something unusual and extraordinary than what is available in the market, stitched to their specific needs, demands and aspirations. This can be in the scope of custom cabinets, custom paint jobs, and custom shapes of the cabinet and so on.”
Kitsun, the Fox PC is powered by the powerful AMD Ryzen Threadripper 3960X, based on Zen 2 Architecture with a base frequency of 3.8GHZ which goes all the way up to 4.5+ GHz. It also houses Gigabyte’s 64GB RAM which can go up to 256GB, 3600 Mhz, Gigabyte AMD 5700 XT GPU, Aorus 850W power supply, 360mm Custom liquid cooling, Aorus 1TB Gen 4 SSD, and a TRX40 Aorus Pro WIFI motherboard. Kitsun is available at INR 12 lakhs (without the hardware).
Built for 4d motion and rendering, the PC hosts a premier graphic card that is run by joining two riser cables which have never been done on a working PC, with no compromise on performance. For system cooling, Kitsun runs a custom loop with a 360mm radiator. It also uses a BYKSKI water block and a radiator to control peak temperature of around 50 to 52 Degrees at 100% load.
“Every mod that has been done till now by market players was just around the cabinet or doing some custom acrylic artwork but no one in India has ever created a case from scratch and have the support from premier global brands to produce something out of the box,” he added
Commenting on the partnership Aashish B. Chaudhary, Head of Design, Co-founder, Studio 34 said “The idea was to create a one-off PC Cabinet with complete design and development to be done by the studio team in collaboration with Fox My Box, Gigabyte and AMD. It has been an enriching experience getting this one-off 3D printed PC cabinet to reality through all the uncertainties that 2020 threw at us.”