Well the concept of a lego case does sound kickass, but what about the cooling inside the case? It the cooling sucks i rather have my cosmos case.
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If you have decent fan placement, cooling shouldn't be an issue. Or just use water cooling. That's a pretty amazing use of LEGOs, though!
LOL, that's awesome, hahahaha.
04-04-2009, 11:36 AM
(This post was last modified: 04-04-2009, 11:38 AM by creamsoda.)
I don't really like lego cases.
If you want to see some VERY nice looking cases, go check ocforums. They have a thread dedicated to cases, and some of the members have some insanely nice cases.
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i made a pc case out of cardboard once, it was pretty epic. (i made it cuz the pc case i ordered arrived after the hardware parts, and i didn't want to wait xD)
i think i might want to make a lego case in the future; the cool thing is that you can make it 'fit' your mobo and stuff, so that you don't have to cram everything in an already-built case.
That's awesome and all, but i have to agree with cream. I've seen some pretty awesome cases, and that by far is high on my list for awesomeness, I'm just not that into the idea of lego cases, and of course you know that guy had alot of free time on his hands to do that. xD
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