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White Silence PC Casemod Wants to Suck Your Blood

 |  |  |  |  July 5, 2012


We’ve featured some crazy casemods here over the years, but I can honestly say this is the first one I’ve seen that has blood coursing through its veins. Ok, there’s not actual human blood flowing through the cooling lines of this PC, but it’s still pretty awesome.

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The White Silence casemod features a stark white case with clean modern lines, accented by cooling lines filled with blood red fluid and matching red cables. Of course, not all of the blood could be contained, and a bit of it has splattered into the case, for an extra gory effect. If Dexter Morgan had a PC instead of a Mac, this would be his computer. Well, the Authority on True Blood could always go for it.

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It turns out the system was built about two years ago, so under the hood is a Core i7 920, a GeForce GTX 295, 6GB of DDR3-1333 RAM and plentiful storage, with two 500GB Samsung SpinPoint drives, two 150GB VelociRaptor drives, and an 80GB Intel SSD.

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Check out more details of this crazy looking build over at HardwareLUXX (in German).

[via Reddit]



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