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Star Wars AT-AT Computer Case Mod Is A Thrill To Behold
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Star Wars AT-AT Computer Case Mod Is A Thrill To Behold

4 Years Ago By Richard Darell

I have stumbled over a lot of computer mods over the years, and even though most have some factor of impressive magnitude to them, I must say that more often than not they have been done before. It’s not rocket science since most of the parts used in the community are off the shelf stuff that is distributed on a large scale. There’s nothing wrong in that at all actually, but the means to impress quickly fade when you have seen 15 different computers illuminated Vegas style. It’s just how the human mind works I guess. But that doesn’t mean that everything out there is without shine or even the cargo to make a lasting impression.

When it comes to PC mods, I just might have intercepted one of the coolest ones to date. As you guys know, I am a Star Wars fan (like so many of us here at Bit Rebels) so this one gets a little bit of a push just by incorporating that theme all over it. However, this Star Wars AT-AT PC mod is anything but boring and ordinary. Not only does it look like a million dollars invested in a piece of plastic shell, but the inside of it means serious business as well.

The creator, ASPHIAX, certainly went all out on this one. It’s one of the illest (as in cool) sci-fi mods I have seen so far, and it makes me a bit curious. The build itself must have taken some serious dedication, time, and money, but I keep wondering how it runs and how the thing is cooled. Honestly, it’s a marvel of a build. When you see it sitting there at a LAN-party, where everyone else’s computer is a plain tower, it will certainly make an impression. I am sure that badboy would be the center of the attention throughout the party. Modding is far from yesterday’s news. Things like this can make your whole week light up!

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