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The Wondrous PC Creations Found At Germany's CaseMod Competition

PC case modding is serious business, with international competitions held and lots of money to be made by crafters who can turn drab desktop towers into unique works of art.

Case modding has also become a big part of many computer and video game conventions, where you don't have to be a household name in the case modding community to show off your skills.

The 14th German CaseMod Championship (DCMM) recently went down at Gamescom 2015, where the entries were broken down into five categories:

regular CaseMods, self-planned and self-constructed cases (CaseCons), consumer electronics recreated with a twist (CE Mods), Cases on the Move (Mods with moving parts), and the 24-Hour Challenge, where "two-member teams spend 8 hours a day, for three days, building a case from the same parts at the show."

The big winner was master modder Ali Abbas, who created the wonderfully complex "Ragnar's Revenge" CaseCon, which he shows off in this very comprehensive video:

(YouTube Link)

Explore The Wondrous Creations Of Germany's PC Casemod Competition at Polygon

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