Legit Event Reviews
The Best Case Mods of Quakecon 2010
|Product:||Quakecon Case Mods|
|Date:||Sun, Aug 15, 2010 - 12:00 PM|
|Written By:||Nathan Kirsch -|
The Vender PCs
Richard 'DarthBeavis' Surroz had his mouth dropping airbrushed case at the ASUS booth and we had to take a closer look at it.
One of our favorite cases was actually found at the ASUS booth and it
was this Danger Den case had some nice air brushing done on the acrylic
panels. The case had stickers over the private parts, but nothing too
wild was under the stickers as we had to take a look to see what they
were trying to hide.
The front of this case has plenty of fans for airflow as you can see the eight 120mm fans that are used to pull air into the system.
All of the sides of this PC looked killer, which is nice and something many modders forget to do. You can see more of this amazing case here.
Kingston did a killer HyperX wrap on a PC chassis that made it stand out from those that didn't have a slick paint job or wrap.
CyberPower had a number of cool systems that were up and running in the booth that they shared with MSI.
CyberPower also had a very cool system that they brought that used Corsair 800D PC chassis up on display.
DigitalStorm had a BLACK|OPS HAILSTROM system setup in the ASUS booth.
One of the prettiest cases at Quakecon 2010 was the case pictures above. This case uses parts from ASUS, Intel, Patriot Memory, Antec, and Danger Den and was epic. The heart of the system is the ASUS Rampage III Extreme motherboard, an Intel Core i7 980X processor, four ASUS GeForce GTX 480 video cards, Danger Den PC case and their custom water cooling.
The case is red and black like most of the other cases at Quakecon 2010, but it had an amazing look to it. The water blocks on the video card with the massive 4-way SLI connector look like art work or something. This is a case that you dream about!
We are going to conclude this article with this case that was also at the ASUS booth and it was simply killer. It had two PCs
inside with one running an NVIDIA GeForce GTX 480 configuration and the
other running the ASUS ARES video card. With this case you don't have to
pick what graphics card you want to go with as you have the best from
both AMD and NVIDIA all in one PC case!
We hope that you enjoy our case mod coverage of Quakecon 2010! If you plan on going to Quakecon 2011 be sure to start that case mod now and please don't go red and black!
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Page 1 - Quakecon Case Mods and Interesting Designs
Page 2 - Massive and Small Case Mods
Page 3 - Gas Mask PCs and A Huge Wood Box
Page 4 - The Tool Box PC and The Monster PC
Page 5 - The Mini Bike PC & Dirty PC
Page 6 - More Big Cases and a Little Red One
Page 7 - Cases With Flare
Page 8 - The All-In-One PC Mod and Stickers Galore
Page 9 - Custom Switches and Massive Padlocks
Page 10 - The Vender PCs