How to Create Cool Custom Case Mods

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tekviper9

As much as these are talented people. The 1st and 2nd one are not "modded cases" they are complete fabrications.

Only the 3rd case is truly a modded case.

Still all impressive work :)

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definingsound

Noticed on bit-tech forums that the Tenius 2 uses an external power supply: 19V, 95W Thermaltake Slim Toughpower. Must be tempting to slip that in the tower also, though it may cause heat issues. Such an elegant machine, shame to have a wall wart or a power brick. Needs wireless power :D

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Baer

Really talented people and detailed work. I tend to really like the more understated cases as the ones with legs and guns Etc. are more toylike/childlike, still even though those are not my preference I truly admire the talent, detail and focus that went into the design and build of all of these examples.

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Benjo

The closest I got to case modding was cutting cooling slots with a Dremel and mounting case fans in custom locations. I did stuff a modern (by 1997 standards) Socket 7 build inside a 1986 IBM AT case at one point.

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slagz

These are truly magnificent pieces of art. Theses are some gifted and talented people. With that being said, this is a perfect segue for all the dumbass, d-bag comments of the 'some people have too much time on their hands' sort.