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In Pictures: 40 Unusual Computer Case Mods

Rodent

There isn’t a rat in the case, but…

Computing To The Beat Of Your Own Drum

This giant drum has perfect airflow – as long as your leg doesn’t get tired.

R2D2

Presented without comment!

Initiative For A Clean Internet

We call this stainless steel drum the “Tide” model. Either way, temperatures top out at around 90 degrees Celsius.

Schrödinger’s PC

We opened it, and now we know that it’s dead.

Skeleton

This PC literally has a backbone.

Confucius

If you’re confused by all of this, then you’re not alone.

Trash Can

No need to throw it out – it’s already there.

Setting The Table

The rolling PC table for the couch. Just add a burger, a soda and the remote control.

  • MeteorsRaining
    Interesting, I'd love to make a full wood case myself. Also loved those classic deisgns. But it'd be amazing to see a case made of lego blocks!
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  • Nuck Chorris
    Apple didn't come up with the trash can look after all.
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  • AndrewJacksonZA
    Building that rodent PC must've been... taxing.
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  • kamhagh
    omg this is awesome :D

    Initiative For A Clean Internet i can't stop laughing :D
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  • AndrewJacksonZA
    Well wooden you know it, another one finding the lighter side of case modding. :-)
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  • op8
    why is every monitor in these photos 4:3?
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  • nukemaster
    14707978 said:
    why is every monitor in these photos 4:3?
    Because these are mostly very old mods.

    I would love links to the original locations/forums/build logs these images came from.
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  • hackintosh777
    One more Trash Can mod that I'm building:

    http://www.tonymacx86.com/mac-pro-mods/143140-another-mac-pro-late-2013-replica.html

    It's not finished, only a build log for now.
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  • g-unit1111
    If I ever get the time and/or money I'd love to do a Steampunk mod of my H440.
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  • blackbirden
    Here is my project

    http://www.sweclockers.com/galleri/9797-mitt-forsta-chassie-bygge-pyramid-form

    Petri
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