HL2 and Doom3 modded cases 12 replies

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J-Dub'

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#11 15 years ago

I saw both of those in PCG or some other mag at some point.




Revenge Advanced Member

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#12 15 years ago

I'm not much of a fan of modded cases. Firstly, if they are game specific, you'll only be pissed with your decision in a few years when Half-life 3 or Doom4 has came out. Next, they are a waste of money. What is the significance in having a case covered in paint and glue and all other sorts of useless, ugly stuff. It just makes you look like a total geek. Lastly, why bother? You can get cases for the same price that are actually benificial to your system. Cases that, for instance, are made of a special metal that doesn't insulate heat well. Or a case with extra grates for more air intake.

I just can't see why anyone would get a modded case. It's idiotic.




Kilobyte

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#13 15 years ago
RevenI'm not much of a fan of modded cases. Firstly, if they are game specific,

I'm not much of a fan of Game modded cases. They seem cheap somehow.

However a case that looks as rusty and all, as the HL2 case does would be cool. I'll just steal that design, and forget to make the HL2 logo. :D

The cool thing is, that its unique. If you do it yourself then its your own case. It says something about you.

The computer culture is becoming more and more like the car culture. Trickin' 'em out, tunin' 'em up. Slappin' on a bunch of dis and dat, and outriggin them with the latest hardcore components. :cool: Best of all, when you decide to sell it, the case will be worth double, rather than half. :naughty:




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