7 weird and wonderful custom PCs from Quakecon 2012

Aug 16, 2012 No Comments by

Quakecon’s headlining event is the Bring-Your-Own-Computer (BYOC) LAN party. It’s the largest annual LAN party in North America. This year’s event brought nearly 3,000 machines together to share a two-gigabit connection in the Dallas Hilton Anatole. Besides the good games and good people, the BYOC also brings out the more creative types. There were a few amazing computer case-mods at this year’s show.

The LAN TROOPER lights up the room in time with music.

The TROOPER’s purple reflects off Silhouette’s tinted case.

The mechanical keyboard is fully functional!

The big red button, however, is not. Still pushable though!

The outside of the unassuming Plasma Controller.

Cracking the case reveals the AMD goods within.

Silhouette’s powder coat and mirror tint keep it classy.

Silhouette’s exhaust panel kicks the flair up a notch.

NVIDIA was well represented by the Inspiration.

Inside the case of Inspiration.

This machine’s orange was pitched perfect.

The water-cooled and custom badged 800D

A detail of The Avengers at work.

 

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