It’s that time of the year again. No, not Christmas, but Bit-tech’s annual awards for best casemod and custom case. They’ve got a lot of great entries this year and I don’t have a strong favorite. That said, I wouldn’t be surprised if Ali Abbas’ project receives the custom case crown.
Ali calls his creation Ragnar’s Revenge, a computer in a Viking-themed wooden case. It’s bursting with details, from its mechanical swiveling wings to the sail that covers its power supply. It’s not what you would call an organic or intuitive design, and I’m sure Ali knows that. His primary goals were to hide the PC’s modern parts, and give the impression that everything was handmade. Check out the video and photos below and you’ll see that he succeeded.
Even if Bit-Tech’s readers and members don’t pick Ragnar’s Revenge, the PC already has several awards from this year’s German Casemod Championship, including the best constructed case.
Congrats Ali! I’m sure the Vikings would’ve loved to steal your creation. Head to Bit-tech to check out Ali’s build log and the other nominees as well.