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Brimstone: An Antec SX830 Case Mod


Real Name: Loran Lindberg Age: 43 Location: Grand Forks, North Dakota. USA Occupation: I work for a bus company Years in Computers: 20+ Length of time modding: 8 years Personal Website(s): Facebook, The Build: Brimstone Words from the modder: Around two and a half years ago I stumbled across an old Antec SX 830 computer case that was thrown away. ...

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Project Spade Case Mod

Cooler Master Spade Case Mod

Jesse Palacio submitted his PC mod and give some details about it. “This most recent one, I call “Spade”.. named after a  comment made on a Case Mod I built that was featured on the Cooler Master’s Facebook page. I love modding, and do it with passion. I don’t really do it for a sideline income, but I have modded ...

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Cooler Master HAF X Black And White Case Mod

HAF X Black And White PC Mod

Christian Covarrubias had this to say about his HAF X Black and White Case Mod… “Well this is the first time I do something like this, and it really is interesting the world of case modding the project is BLACK AND WHITE and really was a design chosen because I began to paint the cabinet only and one thing leads ...

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Boydster 1932 Hot Rod PC Case Mod

Boydster Hot Rod PC

Not everyone can afford to build and own a 1932 Hot Rod but most of us dream of it. We would do whatever possible to can make a dream like that come true and it looks like Kevin Core thought the same thing. Built from a 1/8 scale remote control car hot rod shell with some special features build it… ...

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Frank N SteinPC Case Mod

Frank N SteinPC Case Mod

Every year and a half I “upgrade” Frank.  Each time I do, I want to do a little more, go a little bigger, dive a little deeper into the details.  This build was no exception.  I went with a Mountain Mods case to give me that challenge of building in an open chassis that could not hide anything, forcing me ...

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The Chains of Mephistopheles Case Mod

The Chains of Mephistopheles-1

The Chains of Mephistopheles by Jassen Clark Mountain Mods1 x     Ascension CYO (Choose Your Own)  – Back Panel Type: Horizon  – Front Panel Type: Trinity  – Window Etching: None  – Acrylic Color: Smoked Grey  – Side 3: Acrylic Panels  – Side 2: Acrylic Panels  – Side 1: Acrylic Panels  – Motherboard Tray: EATX (SSI-EEB compliant)  – Finish: Mirror Black - ...

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Artx38’s BitFenix Prodigy “Mirror” Case Mod

Artx38’s BitFenix Prodigy “Mirror” Case Mod   System: BitFenix Prodigy Midnight BlackEVGA Z77 Stinger, Intel Z77 (111-IB-E692-KR)WiFi/WiDi 300MBPS/BLUETH4 920119 GigabyteEVGA GeForce GTX 670 (02G-P4-2762-KR)Intel® Core™ i5-3570K ProcessorKingston HyperX 8GB (2 x 4GB)OCZ Vertex 4 128GB SATA3WD Green 3.5” 2TB SATA3 IntelliPower 64MB AFTCorsair TX650 V2 650W ATXCorsair Fan Air Series SP120 High Performance EditionScythe Slip Stream Slim 120mm 1600rpm Water systems: Watercool ...

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Wooden Travel Case Case Mod

wooden Travel Case Mod

Grant Anderson’s Wooden Travel Case Case Mod I built this as it was something I’d always wanted – a Bond-Style computer in a case.  It’s kind of retro and quite tactile as the case is solid wood and there’s lots of brass hinges and catches (plus secret compartments) It’s designed to fill the gap between laptop and computers – it’s ...

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Z1nC-Mods Military Case Mod


Leonardo Ziaja’s Z1nC-Mods Military Case Mod At first, I have to tell you that this is my first casemod !The Carbide 300R should be camouflaged with a net on it an some camouflage tape on the Covers. I also bought some munition dummies for a militaristic feeling! It’s not finished yet, but i’m working on it when the time allows ...

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The Psychedelic Machine

Psychedelic Machine Case Mod

Steven Ellis created a case that brings me back to the 60′ and 70′ with the black light and neon colors. The great thing about using UV lighting in a case is that you can get that bright color POP without having blinding lights. So Steve please tell us about your case mod… It was very hard choosing a name ...

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