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 -|
Custom Switches and Massive Padlocks
Even the switches at Quakecon 2010 get altered!
The massive padlock on this PC was attention getting!
We doubt this fellow drank all those cans as he was sleeping and not running around with a caffeine buzz.
The tower of pizza boxes and beverages that someone managed to stack together. The roll of duct tape made us wonder how much was used on the tower though.
Those that don't want to mod cases can go out and buy a sweet case like the Corsair 800D that is already setup and ready to run a nice water cooled PC. The only downside to a case like this is that the shipping weight of just the empty chassis in the retail box is a whopping 44 pounds! We saw a half dozen of them at Quakecon 2010 though!
Quakecon 2010 also had several macs on the show floor, so Apple fans can start coming to Quakecon and not having to worry about being outcasts these days.
Who could pass up the Quake logo and not take a picture?
All these PCs need power and Quakecon 2010 had a very nice power layout arranged for it.
Next Page - The Vender PCs
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