Let’s face it, even some of the best case mods we feature are built in a typical shape: a rectangular prism. This mod, on the other hand, literally thinks outside the box by mounting the computer’s components in an vertical, open air configuration.
“The bottom of the case houses the PSU, water cooling pump & reservoir, a fan controller, and a 7″ touchscreen (underneath the radiators). The standing backbone of the case is only 3cm wide and contains the watercooling tubing, wiring for motherboard, 2 SSD’s and the RGB LED controller.”
The entire mod was built it by hand using basic tools (files, hacksaw and a small drill). No CNCs were used. Top it all off with some sexy blue LEDs and you’ve got an epic case mod! The build document was well photographed throughout the construction process to help understand how the entire chassis was built. Hopefully it has inspired your own case modding projects!