QuakeCon 2014 – Cool Case Mods at the BYOC

Those of you who are familiar with QuakeCon should know all about the BYOC (Bring Your Own Computer) area of the convention. Gamers from around the nation come to Dallas, TX with their PCs, big and small, stock and built from scratch, just for the fun of playing with others who share the same passion of PC gaming that they do.

So, we took the opportunity to walk the floor and interview the folks that put the most time and effort into making truly unique case designs. You wouldn’t know it because of the amount of energy that James seems to emanate, but these were all done at about 1:30am. Almost everyone there was either inebriated (drunk) or completely loaded up on Bawls energy drinks that were sold on the convention floor. It created a rather interesting atmosphere.

You can find more videos from QuakeCon 2014 on our YouTube page.

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2 Comments on QuakeCon 2014 – Cool Case Mods at the BYOC


On March 25, 2015 at 10:22 pm

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