PC towers are one of the most eye-catching parts of a PC setup, mainly because it’s the most significant part but also because there are those who get creative and design a unique build. While some are just concepts, many that you can find on Pinterest are working towers, Here are a few.
Full Acrylic Case
PC towers usually have a transparent panel on one side so PC owners can appreciate the build inside, but this particular design comes with all transparent panels so they can see every wiring, lighting, and component inside the PC. While it can be pretty to look at, there is the ventilation issue. However, you can always poke holes in there to provide airflow.
Star Wars-Themed Case
While some are limited to rectangular towers, this build went above and beyond, A user built a fully functional PC tower in the shape of an All Terrain Armored Transport (AT-AT) from Star Wars, which was introduced during “Clone Wars.” It takes a lot of planning to make sure that the components fit in such a complex space.
At some point, you’ve probably wanted one of Batman’s toys and gadgets. It’s undeniable that the Batmobile is one awesome car, but can it be used as a PC tower? Using an RC Batmobile from Walmart, a man named Kevin Core built a case mod using an AMD Sempron 2800+. It even comes with the lighting you’ll find on the Batmobile.
This is not exactly a “case” since it’s more of a panel that you place on a wall. But, it deserves a mention because of how brilliant it is. This custom case has all of the components attached to a thick piece of board, and it appears spacious as opposed to a cramped PC tower, which will significantly help with keeping it cool.
PC cases that come in all shapes and sizes are usually separate units, but this one has been built into the table for the entire PC setup. It is even topped with a glass sheet so you can look into your build like how you normally would with a tower. It’s a great space saver, but it could be troublesome when your components start to heat up from the lack of ventilation.
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We’ve all had a go at Minecraft at least once. Fond memories are created with that game and its simple pixel graphics are still attracting players to this day. This particular case appears as if it was created in the game using the soil block and lava. You can still see the PC components which somehow match the Minecraft blocks nicely.
This case has all the things steampunk-themed items tend to have such as cogs, pressure gauges, tanks, switch valves, bronze finish, exposed tubes, and more. Of course, if it starts steaming, that would not be a good sign. Still, it makes for an incredibly creative design for a PC build.
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