Part 1: 20 Crazy And Unique Case Mods

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  • thepinkpanther
    the microwave one was tight, now if it had a femi in it u could actually put a hot pocket in there.
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  • nitrium
    Nice "Bog" cube.
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  • Anonymous
    Awesome case mods my favourite is still the Icredible Huld PC

    http://www.techchee.com/2007/10/06/incredible-hulk-pc-case-mod/incredible-hulk-pc-case-mod/

    but loved the nVidia motorcycle
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  • nitrium
    Nice "Bog" cube.
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  • anamaniac
    I saw the Borg cube, and I jumped back. Holy Fu...
    I am awed.

    The competition that the motorcycle SLI rig was in also had a lot of beautiful rigs in it.

    Thanks, lots of cool cases to finish my night off. :)
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  • thepinkpanther
    the microwave one was tight, now if it had a femi in it u could actually put a hot pocket in there.
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  • Sharft6
    best art I've ever seen
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  • tacoslave
    I hate to be that guy, but i just wanted to point out in the killzone pc you put "killzone 2 for the ps2" its actually the ps3.
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  • mitch074
    There's one impressive case mod missing: the Wall-e case mod. Not that the ones shown here are bad, mind you.
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  • anamaniac
    thepinkpantherthe microwave one was tight, now if it had a femi in it u could actually put a hot pocket in there.

    My microwave is a 1000W, a GTX 480 is 250W.
    They got quad-sli working for them yet?
    Granted, the Fermi would just blow hot air, and the microwave... well, microwaves. So I guess it depends on how much patience you have (someone already tried cooking a egg on a Fermi).
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  • fatedtodie
    I saw lots of cases where they spent long hours "designing" a case, only to use crap hardware or crap air flow.
    Yes these are are art, but they are worthless for computing.
    When I see a case built with look and function both having taken the time (anyone using stock fans is disqualified for being a moron) and patience to make a worthwhile case.

    +1 for the thought, -5000 for execution.
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  • rockstone1
    At a Battletech/Mechwarrior fan, I LOVE the battlemech case- even though it's not an Atlas- as near as I can tell it's a Uller (or a Puma?)

    When i can start naming these mechs like that... I need to get a job.
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  • elel
    On the microwave one, they should be playing the video of microwaving an ipad :)
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  • carlhenry
    fatedtodieI saw lots of cases where they spent long hours "designing" a case, only to use crap hardware or crap air flow.Yes these are are art, but they are worthless for computing.When I see a case built with look and function both having taken the time (anyone using stock fans is disqualified for being a moron) and patience to make a worthwhile case.+1 for the thought, -5000 for execution.


    you obviously are not reading. check when the cases were made and i think you'll see their specs pretty hardcore during their time. jeez...
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  • warezme
    And this is why Apple will never succeed.
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  • lowjack989
    The Red Case Mod is the classiest mod ever made to a computer hands down
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  • erloas
    Yeah, the Atlas mod isn't anything like an atlas. Not even close. Completely the wrong type of legs, Atlases have a very distinctive head, and they have normal arms not gun arms.

    Its hard to say exactly what it is closest to, but definitely a Clan 'Mech and the Atlas is 100% classic Inner Sphere.

    Its a cool mod, just named completely wrong.
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  • jednx01
    IT'S "BORG CUBE" HAHAHA
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  • jednx01
    It's "borg cube" not "bog cube" rofl
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  • falchard
    Since when was Half-Life 2 the new PC Gamers Scene?
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  • tburns1
    Very slick. Too bad the Wall-e case was missed, I agree. Too bad the Tie Fighter one was missed too. But you can't count on everything being here. No matter what you find, there are always more out there.
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  • Anonymous
    fatedtodie, my charity build had an i7 975, 12 gigs of Crucial DDR3, Quad SLI 295s, and two Crucial 256 gig SSDS in raid 0. All water-cooled with Danger Den water-cooling. So what where you saying about Performance? All of my builds kick tail including my current project, Brimstone, which has TRi SLI 480s and will have a Gulftown proc in a couple weeks:
    www.outoftheboxmods.com
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