Sometimes you need to think inside the box.
Gauges replace the conventional chassis on this automotive-oriented build. Sounds about right.
It's time to break out the fishing gear.
This box could be featured in Fallout 3.
This is what happens when you cross BMW’s design with a coffee-maker.
It might not be pretty, but it sure is transparent.
Just because your girlfriend works at a True Religion factory doesn’t mean you have to drape your PC in denim.
There are cups for pens and pencils on the sides, and paper clips fit too.
The perfect marriage of acrylic and steel. Only the power cable looks out of place.
The green slime monster is alive! This PC fits in with the post-apocalyptic theme from earlier.
Another win for the nothing-but-acrylic look.
Now we know what Lian Li’s prototype looked like.
Some turbulence is nice to see (even though we typically spend our time trying to get rid of bubbles).
This rim might not be to everyone’s taste.
If you're going for effective cooling, might as well chill your soda at the same time, right?
Turning it inside-out. We see what you did there.
We always like to see a V2.
This probably isn’t the right enclosure for an AMD graphics card.
This is how you build a Mini PC.
Another Thermaltake knockoff, though this one could have been made by Ikea.
Since we’re keeping it natural, here’s another biodegradable case.
This thing looks like a mixture of Raidmax, Aerocool and a hotel in Dubai.
And because we’re on the topic of architecture, here’s another skyscraper.
Sometimes bigger isn’t better. Things went a bit too far here. This setup would probably be great for a cryogenic storage facility.
This thing looks like it could keep your heart beating during surgery, despite those swords at each corner. Consult with your doctor before use.
At least the lighting’s nice. Cables can actually be hidden, you know.
We don’t think this is standard Army issue.
There are always ways to recycle a nice empty bottle.
This is the PC from page 17, taken from a different angle. I realize mods are largely subjective, but it still doesn’t look any better to me.
This is a great Gothic appliance for hardcore rockers who like to keep their rooms clean.
There isn’t a rat in the case, but…
This giant drum has perfect airflow – as long as your leg doesn’t get tired.
Presented without comment!
We call this stainless steel drum the “Tide” model. Either way, temperatures top out at around 90 degrees Celsius.
We opened it, and now we know that it’s dead.
This PC literally has a backbone.
If you’re confused by all of this, then you’re not alone.
No need to throw it out – it’s already there.
The rolling PC table for the couch. Just add a burger, a soda and the remote control.
Igor Wallossek is a Senior Contributing Editor for Tom's Hardware DE. He tests and reviews CPUs, GPUs, games and headsets.
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