Go ahead, get it out of your system. Say "oooooh" and "ahhhh." This neon rig simply looks awesome, even though the base component is actually meant to house rodents (a CritterTrail gerbil cage, in fact).
Called GerbilPC, this case mod sports a brilliant combination of colors that compliment each other. The rig was built in 2007 and took around 40 hours to complete. As for specs, it packs an AMD Athlon 64 3200+ processor, a MSI K8N Neo motherboard (Socket 939), an ATI Radeon X500 PCI Express (PCIe) graphics card, a 320 GB IDE hard drive, and 2 GB of PC-3200 RAM. It also has a 500 W power supply, a DVD burner, and a 24-in-1 card reader.
"This bad boy comes with four 80 mm UV reactive green/blue case fans, heat sinks for the RAM, a 12" dual-UV cold cathode light, a 12" blue-cold cathode, a 24" UV IDE cable, and a modified orange five-LED light array to display hard disk usage, as well as a blue-lit power button (blue dome on front)," the modder said. "Even the processor fan, as well as the gerbil cage itself, has been sprayed with a clear UV blue and green reactive spray paint. The blue cold cathode on the bottom radiates light and will light up an entire room from darkness. The UV fans on the lid even light up any UV-reactive items that are within 15 feet."