Casemodding at Gamescom 2009Page: 3/4
This was a pretty good looking Bosch fridge mod, but it was very bulky.
These two systems on the other hand are pretty small.
While the next system is very long with lots of green LED fans.
Here's a modded Cooler Master Cosmos S case, this rig is named Stealth and was created by Oliver Peier from www.modding-extreme.de. Next to the system was a list with all the specifications of the system and all components he used for the watercooling. About 200-300EUR and 200-250 hours were necessary to finish this project, you can read the specifications below:
This is another strange mod, with an LCD display enclosure shaped like a giant eye.
A big and a small toxic green colored case, both with liquid cooling.
Team alphacool presented a case with a military theme.
The last case mod I spotted was a pretty weird one, this large liquid cooled system is housed in tree trunks.
And to end my Gamescom casemodding coverage here's a photo of a system I spotted at Sapphire's booth, it was labeled as Sapphire's gamescom '09 Flagship-System. Inside the Antec Skeleton was a Intel DX58SO Extreme Series motherboard, an undisclosed Core i7 processor, two Sapphire Radeon HD 4890 Toxic graphics cards, 6GB Corsair Dominator DDR3-1600 memory and the Sapphire FirePSU 625W power supply.
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