Quakecon is almost known for its custom case builders and modders, and this year is certainly no different, from an ITX minibike to full multi-loop watercooled systems there are cases to intrigue everyone. Read on to see many more slick looking custom case mods!
Quakecon has always been a show that I love attending as there are always awesome case mods there. We took nearly a thousand pictures at Quakecon 2010 during our three days at the event, but we narrowed it down to just under 100 that made the final cut of interesting case mods that are worth taking a closer look at. The BYOC area of Quakecon 2010 was a little different this year from those that we have been to in years past. It seems like the case mods were a little less extreme this year and it also appeared that there were less PC cases there in general. A good 10-15% of the BYOC looked to be made up of laptops this year and that was rather interesting as this is the most laptops that we have ever seen at a Quakecon! We still managed to find dozens of sweet looking gaming systems that were more than photo worthy, so let’s get started!