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Another day, another batch of unusual PC case mods. This time, we bring you three incredible, custom Batman-themed computers, like the Batman Begins Tumbler you see above. Continue reading for more.

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Bit-Tech user "WEHR-WOLF" wanted to welcome the robot overlords into the PC world, so he created this incredible half bot, half computer. According to its creator, it was made with 'parts of machines and tools' [and] a little help from 'a liter of vodka.'" Continue reading for more pictures.

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File this under: unusual PC case mods. At first glance or from afar, this may look like an AT-AT Walker toy, but upon closer inspection, you'll see that it's a fully-functional computer, loaded with red LED lights. On the inside, you'll find a quad-core 3.4-GHz Intel Core i7-2600K processor, 8GB of RAM, and a 1GB ATI SAPPHIRE HD 6870 graphics. Continue reading for many more pictures of both the build process and completed computer.

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Not just any PC case mod, this geeky custom-built The Legend of Zelda computer looks to be straight from Minecraft. It was created by 8-Bit Builder and was designed to look like a pixelated version of Link. Click here for more pictures. Continue reading for a video of the computer.

[via Gizmodo - TheBestCasescenario]

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Battlefield 3 is now more than just a video game as this stunning case mod by Brian Carter "features an airbrushed Battlefield image on one side, a massive crosshair intake fan, a drinks fridge on the other side (hidden in a first aid pack), giant military toggle switches to turn it on and a spinning chaingun." Click here for more pictures. Continue reading for a video.

The best part is of course the spinning mini chain gun right in front. It can be turned on and off with military toggle switches, which is a nice detail.
[via Technabob - Kotaku]

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Sure, you've probably seen all of these before, especially the Wolfenstein PC above, but there's still nothing like creating your very own case mod and then having it become an internet sensation. Continue reading to see twelve more unusual PC case mods.

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An Overclock.net member created the incredible Half-Life Charge Suit PC case mod above. While no technical specifications were provided, it can most certainly double as a movie prop. Click here for more pictures.

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More than just another PC case mod, this Tron Lightcycle PC case by modder Boddaker "has a custom liquid cooling system and a curved radiator in the back wheel that was handmade." Click here for the first picture in gallery.

There is nothing store-bought about this case other than the construction materials. The designer says that it started as a bunch of specifications in a 3D application on his computer.
[via Technabob]

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While you may have seen some (or most) of these PC case mods before, the internet has been devoid of them for quite a while, so it's definitely a refreshing sight to see something like the Devastator computer above again. Click here for more pictures. Continue reading to see a few more case mods on video.

[via Darkroastedblend]

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While not as strange as this mini oven computer, the Devil May Cry-inspired computer you see above is sheer eye candy, if nothing else. Inside, you'll find an "EVGA P55 FTW Motherboard and blood stains in the chassis, after it was custom painted black." Click here for more pictures.

[via MNPCTech]

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