We bring to you the second installment of our ” Crazy Case Mods” series. Which ones are your favorites? My vote goes out to the Skunkworks F-117A. [ShoutIt]

Skunkworks F-117A PC

This amazing computer was designed for playing flight simulators and as a gaming console. It features three 17-inch LCD monitors, an AMD Athlon 64 FX-55 processor, 1GB(512MBx2) of DDR PC-3200 memory, dual nVidia NX6800-TD256 graphics modules in SLI configuration, and a WD Raptor 74GB 10,000 RPM SATA hard drive. [TheBestCaseScenario]

Mini Oven Case Mod

Finally, a broken mini oven put to good use. A broken oven was fully gutted and fit with computer parts. Neon lighting was added for a “heat effect”. [SnapStream]

Philco Predicta

Inspired by the classic Philco Predicta television set, this retro-styled computer boasts an Intel P4 2.8GHz CPU, 1GB of DDR RAM, and a custom-built LCD case. [onomy.com]

Toaster PC

Stuffed inside this $30 GE Classic 4-Slice Toaster is a fully functional computer, complete with DVD drive and VIA EPIA M9000 motherboard.[pm]

Darth Vader Helmet Case Mod

When is a Darth Vader helmet not just a Darth Vader helmet? When you stuff a working PC inside of it. One potential negative, there’s not much room for expansion. [BurnoutPC]


What better way to cook your PC than inside a custom-built BBQ case mod? Unfortunately, the owner had part out his creation. [envador]

Rodent PC

A student at North Carolina State University modded his PC case “with 18 in. of PVC pipe, wood chips and a water bottle for his pet, L’il Buddy.” [pm]

The Matrix: Regenerator

At first glance, this creation looks like a prop straight from the movie, but in reality, it’s just a crazy case. This masterpiece features an Intel P4 3.2 GHz processor, 1GB of Corsair CMX512 3200LL memory, a Crucial Radeon 9800 Pro 256MB graphics card, and three 160GB Seagate Barracuda SATA hard drives. [TheBestCaseScenario]