This PC looks like a fox and it also has a name, meet Kitsun
Fox My Box has launched Kitsun - the Fox PC, which is a custom PC cabinet made in collaboration with Gigabyte, AMD and Studio 34. And costs ₹12 lakhs without hardware. Only.
Fox My Box, a company that does professional customisations for consumer durables, has launched Kitsun - the Fox PC. This custom-built PC cabinet looks like a fox, literally, and is targeted primarily at the PC modding community, gamers and “performance PC enthusiasts” as the company states.
Kitsun has been made in collaboration with Gigabyte, Studio 34 and AMD. Gigabyte has provided the components for the PC while Studio 34 visualised and mapped the design and the aesthetics. The Kitsun is powered by the Ryzen Threadripper 3960X that’s built by AMD.
The AMD Ryzen Threadripper 3960X in Kitsun is 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 a Gigabyte 64GB RAM which can go up to 256GB, 3600 Mhz, Gigabyte AMD 5700 XT GPU, Aorus 850Watt power supply, 360mm Custom liquid cooling, Aorus 1TB gen4 SSD, and a TRX40 Aorus Pro WIFI motherboard.
Built for 4D motion and rendering, Kitsun hosts a premier graphic card that is run by “joining two riser cables which have never been done on a working PC” the company said in its release. For system cooling, Kitsun runs a custom loop with a 360mm radiator. It also uses a BYKSKI waterblock and a radiator to control peak temperature of around 50 to 52 Degrees at 100% load.
Of course, none of this is cheap. The Kitsun is available at ₹12 lakhs, without the hardware.