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Creating a Case for a new pc


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Hello community, im a good fan of the show, its a shame that cuz of computer troubles i had to stop watching it, but im getting new pieces for a computer this december, and while i was doing research on where should i put it together, i was looking at many generic cases and had the idea of actualy making one myself, i know that is posible.

So i was hoping to get ideas from the great minds that inhabit this forum, maybe information, opinions, and what ever else you can provide me to make an informed decision or just make the freaking case. :P

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I was going to say steampunk, but both lego and steampunk have been over done. Maybe find an old log/stump large enough and hollow it out and mount everything inside, make exhaust ports for fans, etc, then add a table top to it and its then sort of hidden and mutli-functional. Someone also did one(clustered) inside a filing cabinet and had wheels on it, so it was easy to move, but maybe something like a toolbox or tackle box that you can carry around would be cool too(micro atx or mini-itx).

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I bet a Deer head would make a sweet case.

with smoke that shoots from its nostrels and red led lights for eyes! :)

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thanks for the input, but i was going for a more common approach in a way, all the main pieces are coming in lik 2 weeks, in a for of a atx case would be the right size, for mounting how will i go for it?

something like buying a old case and using the inside as the hull for the new one? or something like that?

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Are you looking at something portable, minuscule, or massive?

I don't have many ideas when it comes to anything generally small, but if you're looking at a larger build, some ideas can include a suitcase mod (more like a weapons case or a large tool chest), grill mod, or custom fabricated towers and all.

I saw a sick mod about a year back of a guy who built a fully water cooled PC in his table, which had a glass covering.

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