Welcome to another Case Mod Friday showcase! This week we have lowfat’s “Big Lian Li” build. lowfat recently rebooted his Big Lian Li build. This time he has gone with a super clean and sexy design inside of the Lian Li PC-A77F case. He has gone ahead and blacked it all out, added a custom cooling loop with rigid tubing that is actually sleeved, re-polished all of the watercooling blocks and the wiring in this build is just amazing!
Welcome to another Case Mod Friday showcase! This week we have MathMilitaryModding’s “ASUS STRIX” build. ASUS’s Strix brand has been around for about a year now and MathMilitaryModding has done a great scratch build showcasing the brand! The build features a completely scratch-built case of aluminum panels and even a custom acrylic bottom that has two SSD mounts and a watercooling channel. This is the first build that we have seen to use rigid carbon fiber tubing in the custom loop. Great detail all around!
Welcome to another Case Mod Friday showcase! This week we have B NEGATIVE’s “LUMO” build. This mod takes the In Win D-Frame Mini to a whole new level and there is so much detail and customization on this case its crazy! Here is that builder B NEGATIVE said about it, “After the S3, which is far too large for a LAN box like originally planned, I wanted a smaller footprint and something a bit more aesthetically pleasing,so, after seeing this gorgeous case at Computex, I made some inquiries at In Win and here is the result!”
Welcome to another Case Mod Friday showcase! This week we have Snef Computer Design’s “Bloody Angel” build. Snef went ahead and disassembled his “Sand of God” build and wanted something with a little more muscle. He really liked the Caselabs Mercury S5, but he felt like the horizontal board was not for him. He said that he wanted a real “Tower of Power” while looking at the Phanteks Enthoo Primo he stumbled upon the Caselabs SMA8.
Welcome to another Case Mod Friday showcase! This week we have MakiRole’s “Loramentum” build. It is a watercooled wall mounted rig, but with a twist. I wanted to be able to take this build to LAN events relatively simply. The main framework is constructed from machined acrylic, with the reservoir and a fair bit of the tubing integrated into the chassis itself. The RAM and waterblock were gold plated to fit with the theme, along with full custom cabling, the motherboard is the only unmodded component! The whole build fits neatly into a flight case for easier transport too, bit heavy though.
Welcome to another Case Mod Friday showcase! This week we have Gardnerphotos “Sour Apple” build. He has taken a Power Mac G4 and has converted it to fit mATX and to accommodate 3x240mm radiators. Both exterior and interior have been painted in matte black and matte white. The build features a custom cooling loop and much more!
Welcome to another Case Mod Friday showcase! This week we have Snef Computer Design’s “Icy Blue Angel II” build. Hex’s Gear’s upcoming R40 micro-ATX case made headlines late last year and Snef Computer Design took on the case being one of the first custom builds using the new case. Snef calls this build Icy Blue Angel II and you can see why, he has gone with a white and blue design that just looks beautiful!
Welcome to another Case Mod Friday showcase! This week we have Robert De Luce’s “Project MegaDeblow” build. This is a completely custom PC desk that Robert built himself and looks just awesome! I’m sure anyone would love to have this as their own PC desk!
Welcome to another Case Mod Friday showcase! This week we have James Fislar’s “Red Dragon” build. This is a completely custom system that James Fislar aka “Jjsky500 PC Mods” built for MSI for CES 2015. As you can see it has a very unique design featuring MSI’s “Dragon” logo. The mod features an X99 system with a custom cooling loop and as you can guess lots of black and red!
Welcome to another Case Mod Friday showcase! This week we have Aaron Howe’s “Ex-Box PC” build. Here is what he had to say about it: I used to work for xbox tech support, and after leaving their employment I repaired 360’s on the side. Due to this I had some extras lying around, and wanted to see if it was possible to put a computer inside of one without any major components sticking out.
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