Case mods provide some giggles, sure, but how many of them that we've seen previously would you have actually bought? If I were in the market for one, this Hammerhead HMR98902 would be top of my list.
Not that I'm suggesting you try it out, naturally. But if you had to ensure something—or someone—slept for a very long time with the fishes, Modder D. Heiße's concrete PC mod is heavy enough to do the job.
Modder Saibot transformed an actual working motorcycle into an actual working PC, taking it from 70mph to a Core i7 920 CPU. Not to mention those LEDs, which lend it a certain boyracer appeal.
As you can see, modder David Penfold completely went balls out with the orange paint to create his PC homage to the movie A Clockwork Orange.
One year ago, some Popular Mechanics editors set out with the broad goal of building the most ridiculously extravagant PC mod they could. This is what they came up with.
Those wizards from the T-Zone PC DIY Shop in Japan have been showing off two of their latest PC mods. One has been built in a toaster, the other in a lunch box. The original idea was to have the liquid crystal display popping up from the toaster, but they were unable to manage it. Nevertheless, we can't complain about…