Gamers gathered for QuakeCon 2010 at the Hilton Anatole Hotel in Dallas, Texas this year.
The main exhibit hall.
Some of the analog hardware id Software was giving away at this year's convention.
ASUS showed off some high-octane rigs at the company's booth.
What better way to accomplish some extreme overclocking than with a little liquid nitrogen?
ASUS brought plenty.
Organizers predicted over 3000 participants in the conference's BYOC (Bring Your Own Computer) portion of the event.
One of the more amusing case-mods among the BYOC participants.
Alienware's Hummer H1 was one of the more popular centerpieces of this year's exhibit.
Nice use of three vertically oriented monitors.
A gamer tries out some 3D gaming at the nVidia booth.
More 3D gaming.
Friday's panel on "Building Blockbusters" featured (left to right) Todd Howard of Bethesda, Tim Willits of id Software and Jason West and Vince Zampella of Respawn.
Asked about one of the more compelling gaming moments he had recently experienced, Zampella described whistling for his horse in Red Dead Redemption only to see his trusty steed obliterated by an oncoming train as "jaw-dropping."
See you all at next year's QuakeCon!