Case Mod

  cheap 21:32 12 Mar 2010

This is my first attempt at a case mod. What do you think. :-)
click here

  Forum Editor 23:01 12 Mar 2010

It looks like a computer case with a big blue illuminated panel on the side.

  cheap 23:20 12 Mar 2010

I replaced the perspex side window with a thin tank and filled it with a liquid that gives it a swirl affect. It creates vortexes as it swirls round and is quite relaxing to watch.

  Awshum 23:23 12 Mar 2010

bit more detail on what you did..... components, tools used etc.

I have to agree with the FE's:

"It looks like a computer case with a big blue illuminated panel on the side."

  Awshum 23:25 12 Mar 2010

I posted before I seen your last response.

  Awshum 23:27 12 Mar 2010

Some inspiration for you: click here

  cheap 23:31 12 Mar 2010

Unfortunatly the night video doesnt do it justice, but it had to be filmed in the dark so as to show off the blue from the cathodes inside. I also posted a daylight video to show the swirl affect more clearly.
click here

  rdave13 23:50 12 Mar 2010

Does it make your games run faster? Your computer last longer or is this an artistic thing?
Err forgive me but I can't help thinking what is the point of it?

  carver 08:08 13 Mar 2010

The point is he tried to make some thing different, to stand out from the crowd.

  Awshum 08:24 13 Mar 2010

Have a look at this one: click here

This one answers "yes" to all of your questions.

  Quickbeam 09:44 13 Mar 2010

I tend to look at the display screen more on mine...;)

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