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PC Case Hack – How to Make a District 9 PC Case!

I have to admit to enjoying the movie District 9, it’s one of my favorite movies in the last 12 months or so.  If you want to build a PC case that strikes resemblance with some of the District 9 gadgets, you can see some of the pics/photos provided over at MNPCTech.com.  I would have to say they did a fantastic job of making this PC case, I WANT ONE!

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DIY Pyramid PC Case Mod!

If you are looking to mod your PC, a pyramid PC case mod such as this one not be a bad idea after all.  You might even be able to sell bunch of these as pyramid-scheme business too.

1- Drilled and installed 2x 80mm fans on each side of the case for better air flow. 2- Installed Sound Sensitive Cathodes in the bottom of the case with sensitivity control knob at the back of the case. 3- The 3.5 pay at the top of the case has been modified to fit the 500GB WD hard dri

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Recycled PC Case Idea!

Here’s a great idea for a computer, all built with recycled cardboard to replace the plastic.  Of course, you can’t really replace every part in a computer with cardboard but doing as much as you can could possibly save a whole bunch of power every year.

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PC Case Hack – How to Make a Mineral Water-Cooled PC!

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Do you need a custom PC that’s going to provide a LOT of cooling power?  Well, you are in luck as there’s this hack that shows you how to make a mineral water-cooled PC without costing you an arm and a leg like the PC mod that uses no PC fans, or the pool-cooled PC.

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Antec Skeleton “Open-Air” Case!

Sometimes it pays to really think out of the box and surprisingly, Antec, the company famous for making enclosures for custom PCs, have released their new “Open-Air” PC Case dubbed “Antec Skeleton”.

From what I can tell, this is a great idea for any of you trying to take your PC to the max by overclocking the sh*t out of it.

I think Antec has really done something good here, we should expect all the rest of PC Case manufacturers to follow soon.

The Antec Skeleton is a truly revolutionary enclosure. With a uniqu

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DIY – How to Make Mirror-Finish PC Case Mod!

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Here’s a really cool PC Case mod, a DIY on how to make mirror-finish PC Case surface.

Spray paint your PC case and give it a mirror finish. You won’t need expensive painting equipment and supplies. You’ll find most of the products I used at hardware and automotive stores.

3M Perfect It III Compounds and 3M Imperial Hand Glaze is usually sold in Autobody Supply Stores, but I’ve linked them to an online resource. I prefer using carnauba type car wax, but any automotive

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Thermaltake V1 CPU Cooler will not fit most PC Cases!

Maybe it was just a picture, but the above pic does make it seem like the Thermaltake V1 CPU Cooler is too big to fit in most PC cases.

As you can see, the CPU cooler actually fits well inside a PC case while the cooling metal fins are designed right next to your power supply and vent fans for maximum cooling.

I think this CPU Cooler might cool most CPUs pretty good. (of course, don’t compare it to

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DIY – How to Make an Egyptian PC Case!

Anyone up for an Egyptian PC case mod???

Looks freakin’ authentic.  Maybe they dugg it out of an actual pyramid…

Conceived and constructed by Chris Kramer (a.k.a “Jadragon”), his EgyptMod PC is detailed with intricate hieroglyphics and encrusted with jewels. I’m especially mesmerized by Eye of Ra detail crafted from brass and inlaid with polished malachite and verisite.

In the QuetzalMod Feathered Serpent case, I suggest

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