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Hybred Casemod Combines Pc, Display in Single Box

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This bold all-in-one computer borrows its combo concept from the iMac, but is actually a gaming PC. Modder Ville ‘Willek’ Kyrö always liked the idea of small-form-factor computers, but wanted the expandability and power to run his PC games. Being a talented modder with numerous cases under his belt, Willek decided that could have his cake and eat it too.

HyBred PC Casemod by Willek

The Hybred Gaming PC takes up residence in a custom-built aluminum box, housing both the PC’s motherboard and a 17-inch LCD panel. The system runs on a reasonably speedy Athlon64 3500+ CPU, with graphics powered by an ample nVidia GeForce 6800GT on a PCI-e bus.

Hybred Casemod by Willek

In order to keep things cool, Willek separated the power supply from the computer, placing it inside an industrial-strength external case, complete with matching accent lighting.

Hybred Casemod Power Supply

HyBred PC Casemod by Willek

The whole machine is illuminated by tons of LEDs, which makes it glow a bright orange when the lights go down. I especially dig the glowing Titan aluminum fans which provide plenty of visual interest from the back of the case.

iMac, eat your heart out.

[via Metku Mods]



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