Case mods are all about the stunning, custom design and lightings. From the flat looks of a run of the mill computer to the inspired ambiance that draws wows. Modifying your desktop PC requires skills that combine art with the geeky. Â We’ve seen hundreds of case mods custom built on themes ranging from comic strips to movies, but these are just downright fantastic.
The site from Germany features some of the â€˜worldâ€™s most beautiful computer systemsâ€™. Dare we disagree? Sleek with an aluminum finish, the photos show an advanced work in black and white tones. And what looks like some good cooling capabilities. Here are two snaps to draw your wows.
We donâ€™t know about the â€˜mostâ€™ but these same guys do make â€˜someâ€™ of the beautiful computer systems. The stylish case mods from Lian Li combine beauty with looks and the V1200 is an example.
With this mod we make it a three in a row display of PC Mods from the guys at Million Dollar PC. This one is a surreal creation on four legs.
This looks like a cool work in blue.
Are you awestruck? So were we, when we did a post on it some time back. This Wall-E inspired case mod is all in metal. Carefully put together in 18 days with some heavy duty workmanship. The Wall-E build is close enough to be a twin.
Dubbed the R2D14m by designer Pavel Rafalovich, this beast lives in a shiny sleek enclosure.
A galactic war scarred computer meets alien cube from space? Inspired by Portal, of course.
The stunning build in white complimented by and orange-red LED glow is one of our favorites. This is another dream case mod from Million Dollar PC.
A geeky rendering of a Beijing building, this case mod is about ambient effects using LEDs. The picture below on the left is ofÂ the building; the case mod is on the right.
- Get some more examples of geek art in our Fantastic DIY CaseMod Pics.
A case mod that becomes a passive cooling device using heatsinks and clever design.
A video how-to on how to cool your PC using mineral oil.
Bonus: Build a Fridge in your PC
Okay, so it’s not a stunning, sleek mod like the ones above but it was too incredible to leave off the list.Â An overclocked PC that feels, looks and does like a mid tower mini fridge. Itâ€™s a PC that dispenses cold beer!