This “Skeleton Case Mod” by Bryant Baker of Roswell, Georgia features an ASUS M2NPV-VM mainboard w/AMD 64 Athlon 3500+ Socket AM2 CPU, 1GB of DDR2-667 RAM, 300GB HDD, and lots of copper tubing.

This mod is made of bronze-brazed, hammer-beaten copper. The drives’ support is a hammer-beaten and bronze-brazed silver-plated skull. The skull and face suspended from the spine that frame in the DVD writer and 300GB hard drive are made from silver-plated bowls purchased at a junk store. When the DVD writer or hard drive power up or go into “seek” mode, the skull face jiggles

[via ExtremeTech]

This “Skeleton Case Mod” by Bryant Baker of Roswell, Georgia features an ASUS M2NPV-VM mainboard w/AMD 64 Athlon 3500+ Socket AM2 CPU, 1GB of DDR2-667 RAM, 300GB HDD, and lots of copper tubing.

This mod is made of bronze-brazed, hammer-beaten copper. The drives’ support is a hammer-beaten and bronze-brazed silver-plated skull. The skull and face suspended from the spine that frame in the DVD writer and 300GB hard drive are made from silver-plated bowls purchased at a junk store. When the DVD writer or hard drive power up or go into “seek” mode, the skull face jiggles

[via ExtremeTech]