Case Mod


Inspired by Battlefield 3, this custom PC is unlike any other, because it comes complete with a drink cooler (great for the tall energy drink cans) and a moving minigun – we may see an ammo upgrade in the future. Continue reading for a few more pictures, including some great profile shots.

Modder Derrick Johnson shows off this awesome, custom-built Hulk computer at QUAKECON 2012, and it just might be radioactive. Throughout his comic book appearances, the Hulk is portrayed as a large, green, humanoid that possesses near limitless superhuman strength and great invulnerability, attributes that grow more potent the angrier he becomes. Hulk is the alter ego of Bruce Banner, a socially withdrawn and emotionally reserved genius scientist who physically transforms into the Hulk under emotional stress and other specific circumstances at will or against it; these involuntary transformations lead to many complications in Banner’s life. Continue reading for more pictures.

You’ve probably seen hundreds, if not thousands, of PC case mods over the years, but let’s be honest, the scene has cooled down quite a bit in recent times. So, it was only fitting to round up some of the craziest that we’ve seen, and they include: a skeleton, microwave, mailbox, an antique phone, and lots more. Continue reading to see them all.

BioShock Infinite is set in 1912 during the growth of American exceptionalism and sends former Pinkerton agent Booker DeWitt to the floating air-city of Columbia to find a young woman, Elizabeth, who has been held captive there for most of her life. Modder FlashGordon decided to pay tribute with this stunning Steampunk PC case mod. It’s powered by an Intel Core i7 3930K processor, dual GTX680 video cards with 2GB of GDDR5 memory, 120GB SSD, 1TB HDD, 16GB of RAM, and water cooling. Product page. Continue reading for more pictures and information.

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.

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.