Ken Kirby might not know much about cars, but there’s no denying that he’s got quite a handle on case modding. He designed the Super Bee rig as a gift for his in-laws to replace their aging 700MHz Windows 98 machine.
Ken chose the Super Bee theme to appeal to his father-in-law’s love of cars, especially Dodge muscle cars. The entire project was a breeze to complete, save for a few minor issues: Ken had a bit of trouble designing the top of the air filter on his processor’s fan, and when he first fired up his rig, nothing happened—his motherboard was completely shot.
One quick trip to the computer store solved the problem, and soon enough the Super Bee was up and running.
Yeah, that's a big picture. And rightfully so.
Instead of a 426 Hemi, this Super Bee rocks an Athlon X2 3800+ processor, 1GB of Corsair RAM, and a GeForce FX 6600.
Ken acquired the customized parts for the case right off of ebay, including the Super Bee's hood logo and fender "bee."
Ken started with a green Aspire X-Discovery case andused flat-black highlights to mimic a real car's look!
For his winning entry, Ken wins a $250 gift certificate to fund his modding madness!