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Coolit Pc Casemod Gives Me the Chills

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I’m pretty sure that this custom-built PC won’t ever overheat. That’s not just because it looks like a frosty block of snow and ice. It’s actually decked out with a completely over-the-top cooling system that keeps the interior of the computer at arctic temperatures.


The CoolIT PC is named after the system’s cooling technologies, provided by CoolIT systems. 19-year old Dominic Heiße painstakingly built the entire CoolIT computer case from scratch, using MDF for the main case structure, overlays of Plexiglas cut to look like icicles, and  (I think) layers of Bondo for building up the snowy look on the surface.

The case is loaded up with a heavy duty Boreas liquid cooling rig, along with 15, count ’em, 15 neatly arranged fans in the back of the case. The whole thing is illuminated by tons of cool blue LEDs to complete the icy cold look. Check out the gallery below for more pics:

You can see Dominic’s complete photolog of the construction process over on the CoolIT Forums. Very cool indeed. Downright cold, actually.