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Warwick and Harrison Davis build water-cooled gaming PC at Overclockers UK

Harry Potter and Star Wars actor, Warwick Davis, and his son, Harrison Davis, recently swung by the Overclockers UK HQ to put together a stunning water-cooled gaming PC. With help from the OCUK experts, a customised Infin8 Nebula system was put together, complete with personal touches, such as etching on the side panel window. 

For a behind-the-scenes look at the Davis’ family visit to Overclockers UK, check out the YouTube video below, which also shows the process of building the custom gaming rig for Harrison, which will be used to run some of his favourite games, including Overwatch, Rainbow Six Siege, Sea of Thieves, and Subnautica. He also posts gaming videos on YouTube, through his channel ‘HarrisonXGamer‘. The channel logo was etched onto the window for this new PC build.

The gaming PC is based on the OCUK Infin8 Nebula system, with some extra customisation to fir with Harrison’s chosen colour scheme. The in-house experts at Overclockers UK created the braided cables, put together the RGB lighting and created the lightbox at the bottom of the case. The OCUK team also etched the HarrisonXGamer logo onto the tempered glass window of the case, and wired the PC up to be switched on or off with a remote control for greater accessibility.

To go with this system, Overclockers UK worked with noblechairs to create a custom chair to better suit Harrison’s needs. Both Harrison and Warwick have a rare form of dwarfism, so the metal frame under the seat was reduced in height, swivel functionality was removed and custom logos were printed onto the back of each chair.

Warwick Davis and his wife, Samantha Davis, run a charity called Little People UK, with the goal of offering support to people with dwarfism.  You can learn more about their work, HERE.

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