By Zia Askari in Taipei
Spotlight on Computex 2017
Showcasing edge of innovation at the Computex 2017 in Taipei – Gigabyte and Thermaltake, have put the spotlight on PC case modification and presented some spectacular mods.
Here are some of the most spectacular custom PC mods showcased by Gigabyte and Thermaltake.
Case modification, or commonly known as case mods, can be initiated with the help of giving changes as simple as giving your computer case a new coat of paint — and then it can move on towards much more complicated designs as showcased below.
The Alien Brain Mod at Gigabyte, totally stands out!
Taipei 101 at Thermaltake, looks marvelous!
What is Case Modding?
Case modification, commonly referred to as case modding, is the modification of a computer case or a video game console chassis.
Case modification, commonly referred to as case modding, is the modification of a computer case or a video game console chassis. Modifying a computer case in any non-standard way is considered a case mod.
Modding is done, particularly by hardware enthusiasts, to show off a computer’s apparent power by showing off the internal hardware, and also to make it look aesthetically pleasing to the owner.
Cases may also be modified to improve a computer’s performance; this is usually associated with cooling and involves changes to components as well as the case.