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LEGO Ideas Zelda Majora's Mask and developing new technology

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For the past few months I've been developing Majora's Mask - The Legend of Zelda for LEGO Ideas.

If that project gets allowed to be a real set I can make extended and extensive research into a new piece of technology which allows ITX PC's to be even smaller, have no moving parts and coil whining at all, do have passive cooling so it's 0 dB, and no realistic compromises on parts & power consumption.


Only if you actually want to support this, here is a link (pun intended) to the LEGO Ideas page: https://ideas.lego.com/content/project/link/43de2865-1a38-487c-91c0-dbefc33e1b40

I have contacted multiple news outlets myself already, but up until this point no one has answered. If anyone knows a news outlet or someone that might want to write about a domino-project like this, please let me know so I can contact them. Keep in mind that I'm not specifically asking you to write an article, just if you happen to know someone who might. Thanks in advance!


Here is a little bit extented information about the PC project:

Smallest achievable dimensions (for now): about 24 cm W, 25 cm D, 12 cm H. There will be a small overhang on the back which it about 3 cm Deep.

PSU (also, for now): about 600 Watts (excl. 3V and 5V), the cooling is able to handle all of it for extended periods of time. The PSU, just like all other devices, is internal. It has no adapter brick or weird power cable either. The whole system doesn't have any real compromises.

Quick example specs with what I mean by no compromises: 3950X, 64GB RAM, RTX 3090 or possibly new Titan or Quadro variant.


@LogicalDrm Yes I know it's quite ironic about their no advertising rule. Thank you very much for taking the time writing what needed to be changed.

Kind regards,





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As personal note, I find it funny that Lego Ideas have also "No Advertising" rule, yet tell people to advertise on other platforms.

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