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 Tool Box PC and The Monster PC
This PC powered Craftsman tool chest was spotted at Quakecon 2009 and it looks like the owner updated his video card and added a few more stickers to the front of it!
This monster PC is the one that won the custom case contest for Quakecon 2010 and featured nine hard drives and God only knows how many PCs.
At the very bottom of the PC there are two doors that hold UPC battery backups that can sustain the whole rolling PC in case it blows out the power on the electrical grid that it plugs into. It also features a mini-fridge that keeps up to four drinks nice and cool.
If you need to go mobile and use a laptop just open up a drawer and grab the laptop!
The owner said that it took over 7000 hours to create this sucker and we can say it likely cost that much to make it and fill it up with hardware as well.
The final result was a PC that not only looks good but is also functional. Here is a closer look at the PC that was on the top of the chassis. The diamond tread plate looks amazing and really set off the case with the lights on.
All the mounts for the drives had to be custom made and it really helped make this case mod stand out from any other that we have ever seen before.
Next Page - The Mini Bike PC & Dirty PC
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