Made known to us by Jaiyen Watercooling, this build brings back some old modding trends in style - a slew of colors, components and modifications.
It seems the current trend is to create cases that are spacious, space-age looking and extremely simplistic - so here's something a little different. Looking messy and unorganized at first glance, the reason we like this case is because it's different. Offering SLI ASUS video cards, a full watercooling setup and what seems to be four sticks of Hyper X DDR3 RAM - this case looks more awesome every time you take a glance.
We admit, it's certainly a love or hate thing. Sending this to a few modder and gamer friends of mine, I've gotten some extremely mixed reactions as to the color scheme and styling - what do you think?
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