To celebrate the launch of The Matrix Resurrections in U.S. theaters and on HBO Max on December 22, Nvidia and Geforce Garage partnered with Warner Bros. Pictures to bring you a chance to win one of three custom, officially licensed Matrix-themed modded PCs. These one-of-a-kind custom PC case mods come with the latest GeForce RTX GPUs, fully water-cooled, and handcrafted to the theme of the Matrix Franchise.
Just by chance that your name isn’t picked for one of the three Matrix PCs, you will also have a chance to win one of 5 extremely rare custom The Matrix Resurrections GPU backplates that you can attach to a GeForce 3080Ti graphics card, or display in your gaming den as a super limited edition decorative item.
From December 14 to December 22, the Nvidia social channels will highlight all the unique builds and the custom Matrix Resurrections backplates. Just by following them, you can get several chances to win:
- Follow our social channels on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram for key prompts and instructions
- Like/comment/share posts across social
- Use #MatrixResurrections when prompted
For full terms and conditions, head here.
Meet The Matrix Resurrections GeForce RTX PCs and Their Builders
Digital Storm Backup Operator
Stefan Ulrich is a full-time artist from Germany currently living in Michigan. Under the name RandomDesign, he has specialized in case mods and props making since 2014. For him case modding has become more than a hobby, it’s his passion and way of bringing something fantastic to everyday life.
For this project, Stefan was paired up with Digital Storm. Together they wanted to create a PC that looked lived-in and had experience in the Matrix universe as if Morpheus’ crew themselves found an abandoned Digital Storm Aventum and modified it with everything needed to broadcast into the Matrix.
|Chassis||Digital Storm Aventum X|
|GPU||GeForce RTX 3080 Ti|
|CPU||Ryzen 9 5950X|
|Motherboard||ROG Maximus Crosshair VIII Formula|
|RAM||32GB DDR4 HyperX Fury RGB|
|PSU||1200W 80 Plus Gold|
|Cooling||EKWB Custom Liquid Cooling|
Dave Cathey or Insolent Gnome has been tearing cases apart since 2014 and has several modding contest podium finishes under his belt. By day, he runs a fiberglass repair business in the Midwest and he’s been using that knowledge to combine old school modding techniques and new composites into unique builds.
Partnering with NZXT, together they designed an H710i inspired by the Nebuchadnezzar. On the outside, several Sentinel arms wrap around the case offering the user their own choice between the red or blue pill, while multiple nods to the franchise on display inside- from the mysterious white rabbit that starts Neo’s journey adorned on the Kraken’s display to the mirrored cable bar representative of the reflective ripple effect after taking the red pill.
|GPU||GeForce RTX 3080 Ti|
|Motherboard||NZXT N7 B550|
|RAM||32GB (2×16) DDR4 TEAM T-Force|
|Storage||WD 1TB m.2|
|Cooling||NZXT Z73 Kraken AIO|
|Fans||NZXT AER LED Fans|
Staszek “Tips” Wiertelak is a professional modder who has been working with GeForce Garage since 2015.
Tips’ creation for this project is a broadcast station jury-rigged to emit a pirate signal that impersonates a hacked sentinel. While the entire build itself is interactive, the computer case itself can be easily removed from the system and used as a stand-alone machine.
|GPU||GeForce RTX 3090|
|CPU||Ryzen 9 3950X|
|Motherboard||MSI X370 Carbon|
|RAM||32GB Corsair Vengeance RGB|
|PSU||Cooler Master 1200W|
Be sure to enter the giveaway and good luck!