Martina from Nerdforge spent 600-hours handcrafting this Cyberpunk 2077 meets Bladerunner Neon City-inspired PC case mod, complete with neon signs, mood lighting, shadowy figures in front of some of the shops, and just a dystopian feel all around. The sidewalk you see was directly installed onto the case itself with custom brackets.
There’s the AeroCool Skribble PC case that you can actually draw on, and then the epic-looking Cougar Cratus. Sleek and stylish, this case features 3D tube construction, which combines steel tubes with tempered glass panels to provide the ultimate in aesthetics as well as high accuracy workmanship. The inclination angle of the interior layout offers extra space for the PSU, while delivering superior thermal performance and great airflow.
Always wished you could add custom designs on a PC case without resorting to stickers? Introducing the AeroCool Skribble. This ATX mid-tower case has tempered glass panels that let you draw on the front / left sides using a liquid chalk marker. To make them stand out, the case also includes a 6-port ARGB fan hub and an ARGB fan for illumination.
Officially called the MetalFish Y2 Fish Tank Chassis, this PC case is unlike any other that you’ve seen in stores, as it can be used as a fully-functional aquarium for your aquatic pets. It comes bundled with a USB-powered pump / filter / oxygenator, while the LED light strip is optimized for fish and plant health.
Weighing just 2.76-pounds, the EVGA E1 Frame Set chassis frame is made from 100% 3K Plain weave carbon fiber, making it the lightest frame design compared to other chassis of the same volume. It’s available in three options, including the full package Bare Bones Kit, but the one downside is that the cheapest option (EVGA E1 Kit 2) will set you back $1599.99 USD.
Hot Wheels is still one of the most popular toys today, but back in the 1990s, things were even crazier. Patriot PCs actually created a line of Hot Wheels personal computers back in the late 1990s that ran Windows 98 / 2000, complete with matching peripherals, monitors, keyboards, as well as steering wheel controllers included. These computers typically featured a 500MHz Intel Celeron processor, 64MB of RAM, a 10GB hard drive, and CD-ROM drive.
NVIDIA GeForce Garage has featured some incredible builds in the past, but Mark Cecilia of Mark’s Fabrication might have topped them all. Modeled after the BFG 10000 from DOOM Eternal, this gaming computer not only looks the part, complete with a turret-style base and LED lighting effects that make the weapon appear to be charging, but it packs all the hardware required to handle all of the latest game.
AMD’s limited edition Halo Infinite Radeon RX 6900 XT graphics card may be sold out, but that didn’t stop Austin Evans from including it in his custom build. Aside from the GPU, Austin collaborated with Tiny Makes Things to surprise NFL tight end, and Halo super fan, George Kittle with not only a custom Master Chief key cap, but also a Halo Infinite-themed PC that combines form with function. Read more for a video of the build and a bonus.
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At first glance, this looks like a medieval / fantasy tavern diorama, but at the push of a button, it becomes a fully-functional computer. This PC enclosure was entirely handmade, including the plywood walls, wooden beams, foam steps, a bag of gravel for the bricks, paint, and lots of glue. What they ended up with is something you’d expect to see at a theme park or in a toy store over the holidays.
At first glance, this looks like any rugged suitcase when closed, but open it up? You’ll find a fully-functional gaming PC, complete with liquid cooling. Called the Nuclear Football, it features an AMD Ryzen 5 2600 CPU, NVIDIA RTX 2070 Super FE graphics card, a Gigabyte B450-i Aorus Pro Wifi motherboard, 16GB of RAM, 256GB NVMe storage, and a compact Corsair SF600 power supply unit.