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Any companies that build custom cases?

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October 28, 2010 2:37:24 AM

I like some of the cases out there but i was wondering if there are any custom case companies out there? this would be great as i know what i want
a b K Overclocking
October 28, 2010 3:00:55 AM

Mountain Mods and I think mnpctech also does custom cases.
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October 28, 2010 3:49:33 AM

is there any who make cases from scratch? my problem is i like a few cases but the thing is with these cases they are either poorly built or dont have enough fans and wire management and i wont let aesthetics drop because i have to like how it looks.
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a b K Overclocking
October 28, 2010 1:17:28 PM

^ You could contact some one over at bit tech. There are a few people in the modding section who do custom cases, but do be prepared to pay the price for it.
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October 28, 2010 4:16:43 PM

Hello,

I know you are looking for a custom case but may I suggest looking at Lian-Li if you have not already. They build very nice cases, some of the best quality in the business if you aske me (I would buy the PC-A77 in a heartbeat if I could afford one). They are loaded with all the premium features that you can ask for or think of, but they also come in at a premium price.

And if you want to add some flash to it you can add something yourself, thats alot more fun and rewarding than paying for it, and you can be proud of your creation. Lian-Li also sells some add-on parts and panels to modify as you see fit.

Just my two-cents, good luck with your search.
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October 28, 2010 11:22:35 PM

Wow Shadow, I see now, that is quite amazing. But still I would suggest attempt to do something on your own to a case that meets most of your requirements, just for the satisfaction and pride factor. I can can also understand if the OP does not want to invest the time and tools into doing something that intricate on your own.

Sorry for the missunderstanding, I searched for a bit but I was not able to find a business with such a service though, you would probably have to commission a case build like Shadow had suggested.
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a b K Overclocking
October 28, 2010 11:29:59 PM

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But still I would suggest attempt to do something on your own to a case that meets most of your requirements, just for the satisfaction and pride factor.

Agreed. I started doing my own case as I couldn't find a good case for fitting in my planned GPU WCing loop. I'm not going to pay $400+ for a MM case. I can build my own. However you should be aware that this takes time, tools,etc. It all depends on how fast and badly you want the case done.
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