Welcome to another Case Mod Friday case showcase! This week we have Maurizio Barbato’s Black & White Devil case mod, which just looks awesome! I wanted to mod my little devil V8 because it is not a case widely used for imaginative additions. My idea was to use only rigid pipes (12/10) and only bitspower components (which I thank) the work lasted about 3 months now and still do not feel 100% finished.
Showtable (model) V is one case design for one thing: show the hardware as a piece of art. Featuring one open frame and stunning look, with high contrast colors, this scratch case can show the hardware like you never see before. Perfect for events like we had do with it in 2011 with that GTX 590, the green nvidia and the powder coat black give it a unique look, catching look. It feature custom cables with the same color, floating cages and single frame part.
APASF was born out an idea of mixing the well established Steampunk design with the post-apocalyptic style. The idea has been in my head for the last 5-6 years but I wanted to wait until I developed my paint effect skills to a point where I knew I could replicate to perfection the idea I had in my head. The secondary concept factor was to give it a “modular” look like the Thermaltake BMW case had (the original limited stupidly expensive one, not the current one) so that´s why I used a slim HTPC as a base so I could have parts literally coming popping out of the case.
I wanted a clean looking gaming rig. I watercooled it with two rads and kept the color scheme to Black and White. I used Mayhems Pastel White coolant and it reminded me of the White Coolant that ran through the Android in the first Aliens movie. His name was Ash. I modded it so you can not tell that I have a radiator in the top, fill port up there too and the mesh still closes and the original latching mechanisms work. Also reused the top 200mm fan and put it in the front for a push pull on that Phobya Extreme Rad. Also have a full plexiglass side window.
Welcome to another Case Mod Friday case showcase! This week we have Wayne Butler’s custom military case. A 1962 U.K. Army dedicated tribute build to my late father Sargent P.R. Butler. Built inside of a Corsair Vengeance C70. The case has a full military theme along with the rest of my setup.
This case was build from scratch by hand, it’s one heartshaped case to fit the ZBOX nano XS AD11 that ZOTAC kindly sponsor to us. Design idea was simple, do it “Valentine and cute” for women. It feature one multi layer case style (12 layers) of white acrylic and red accents. The video worklog are 7 videos full EN, called Letters, that you can see at our YouTube page. This project was build to give mine girlfriend as a V-day gift and now is with WIN 8 and XBMC, as her daily PC.
Tribute to the 101st Screaming Eagles brigades auction custom MOD/Build to benefit disabled vets through PCs4VETS charity. Inspiration for this creation is VALOR in battle honoring the courage, merit and gallantry of our soldiers. The primary scheme is the Medal Of Honor. The GOLD and the Blue will be seen throughout but Bronze and Silver Stars will also be represented. Built on a Cooler Master Cosmos II case, with a ton of custom mods and additions.
Just a Fractal Design XL Black Pearl USB3.0 version modded up. Wanted something very simple but eye-catching. Had planned on not having a window, but once I got started…kept adding this and that. Ripped the window in it because everyone I showed build pics to said it would be a shame to not be able to see the interior. Not 100% finished yet. Still got a few odds and ends to get to.
For this mod I used a Silverstone TJ11. To many, this is the most coveted full tower water cooling case to own and mod. I decided to do a Steampunk mod because there are not very many out there. Not saying I could out do any of them, I just thought it would be a really fun thing to try. Most of my ideas came from looking at photos online of clothing, jewelry and just old Steampunk style photos. I also did not play very much of this mod. I just played it by ear as I went. Overall I am very pleased with how it came out and I fully plan on doing another one in the future.
Jan 27, 2015 0