More Than Cases
Some BYOC attendees went far beyond modding their case. These guys just want to go big.
Forget 30 inch LCD computer monitors, these guys needed to compensate for something. One QuakeCon BYOC attendee carted in a 42 inch plasma display.
On the other side of the size scale, this gamer modded an old style portable TV to accept a DVI connection. The retro look went over well; the only thing missing was an Atari 2600.
These gamers needed more than desktop power, they needed a real server. Rumor has it that this server was used to stream p0rn.
Notebook gaming is gaining ground as far as market share is concerned. This gamer found a way to keep his notebook cool and colorful.
Some teams declared their territory. This group planted their flag. Later, someone captured it.
Keeping cool was an active affair at QuakeCon. The Dallas heat reached as high as 108 outside one day.
More than cases got the mod treatment. I give these two a thumbs up, to say the least.
Face modding is expensive in America and is also known as cosmetic surgery. What is a gamer to do when he can't afford to mod his face, these two went with a wrap solution.
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- Page 1 [Introduction]
- Page 2 [The Truly Wicked Cases]
- Page 3 [Cases of QuakeCon]
- Page 4 [More Cases of QuakeCon]
- Page 5 [A Clear Battle]
- Page 6 [The Pros try to steal the show]
- Page 7 [More Than Cases]
- Page 8 [The Ones That Didn't Make It]
- Page 9 [Final Thoughts]
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