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ASUS shows off some alternative PC builds

ASUS showcases some alternative mods this year including a Rockcrawler, Star Wars AT-AT built out of LEGO and a car engine chassis
By: Chris Smith | Modding News | Posted: Jun 2, 2015 9:39 pm

Computex 2015 - The modding scene is strong this year in Taipei, with companies like InWin, Thermaltake, Corsair and ASUS showing off great builds made by modders from all over the globe.




ASUS has introduced some 'alternative' builds to its arsenal this year. Pictured above is the Rockcrawler X99 backed by an Intel i7 processor and Corsair power supply, helping display the TUF motherboards that ASUS claims cannot be broken - as covered by us yesterday (local time).


There is also a Star Wars AT-AT look-alike LEGO build sporting the ASUS Republic of Gamers (ROG) Logo alongside this interesting engine-like PC chassis by Chinese modder Ai Mask.




A similar PC engine chassis has been constructed before by this master modder, but this time it's backed by a full ROG color scheme, an AMD Radeon Matrix R9290X video card and a Rampage V Extreme motherboard.





Note: The Rockcrawler case does operate as a normal PC.

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