15 crazy PC case mods

Bored with your old beige box? These enterprising modders have you covered. Gorgeous, unwieldy, and rarely pragmatic, here are 15 cases that blur the line between workhorse and work of art.

The Witch King PC



It would be great to get some additional details on this beautiful tribute case mod, but user Notorious_F.A.T hasn’t posted a worklog for what can only be described as “The Witch King PC.”

The end product of six months of work and a hefty price tag, his machine bathes the Lord of the Nazgul in a menacing red light as he perches atop the colorful chassis. The presence of one of The Lord of the Rings’ most fearsome characters adds a touch of distinction to this beautifully painted PC.

Photo: Notorious_F.A.T, at Bit-Tech

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