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SSR-X is a fabulous Carbon Fiber PC case mod inspired from Jets

Carbon fiber computer case mod

Modding of PC cases can be a spectacle or it can even end up in a complete disaster, all depending on creativity and designing. A bit-tech forums user “Cleveland216” aka Dave Biro has completed a magnificent mod marking a respect to aircraft design. The modding has been done using carbon fiber as well as aluminium core for the outer shell of the case and the final result is awesome. No doubt he calls himself the Carbon Fiber King. Dave built a very complex aircraft like design to fit the computer parts in place. Sharp edges in the mod enhance the beauty of his design.

A life sized Wasteland Ranger PC case mod is programmed to kill

life sized Wasteland Ranger PC case mod

Wasteland Ranger is a mark of respect to “Fallout 3” by a Bit-Tech forums user ‘TheGreatSatan’ and also the owner of ‘PCModHouse.’ A full mannequin has been used to make this computer case mod. But, it is not as simple as it sounds. The mod has been detailed to the core and many exciting accessories have been added like a Nerf Gun. Looks are customized to be as per a California Ranger.

Stunning ‘Black Widow Spider’ case mod built from scratch

Black Widow Spider case mod

Ali Abbas is an ace in computer case modding. He has worked on many projects and has made many spectacular case mods. His latest mod is “The Black Widow” case mod, which has bagged first prize in “German Casemod Championship 2012” in ‘Casecons’ category. The inspiration for the design of the mod came from a real Black Widow spider. Most of its features are unique like widow nets of steel, the way of powering mod on/off, and many more to follow.

Ben Heck gives tank-like motor control and joystick-like foot control to a wheelchair

Ben Heck wheelchair

Ben Heck is known for hacks and mods on gaming consoles. Never did he thought about hacking for a nobel cause, but this time Ben Heck actually did it for a physically disabled dad, who is about to become a father. Josh Benhart visited Ben and requested him to build a wheelchair for him that he could use while carrying his newborn along. Ben couldn’t refuse and he took the project, although, the project wasn’t able to complete on time, Ben finished it with great zeal.