PC case mods aren't exactly the newest idea in town, but most of the time, these mods are just ordinary PC cases tacked on with flashing lights and other unnecessary items. Very rarely do you ever come across a PC case mod that features something built from scratch, but today I have stumbled upon (no pun intended to Digg's rival) this Digg PC case mod. According to the creator, this Digg case was built with convenience and price in mind, where all hardware within are easily removed save for the power supply.
Made from mainly 1/2" MDF (medium density fiberboard) with a few acrylic windows, this case is way cheaper than aluminum and acrylic, although dust issues crop up whenever you want to cut it. Even putting some screws into place cause problems like bulging or small fractures, so some knowledge of D.I.Y. is greatly appreciated. The final product is a definite stunner and bound to drive any geek wild. If only these were made for the commercial market - I'd so get one.