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NZXT has created some of our favorite PC cases over the years and has certainly developed a reputation as one of the few innovators in the space. But you’d probably never know
that if you saw the very first case company founder Johnny Hou designed, the NZXT Guardian. The Gundam-like monstrosity featured glowing LED eyes and a red power LED shaped
like a crystal. Even better, it came in a rainbow of colors including orange, yellow and even green. While it looks absolutely ridiculous now, things were a bit different in 2003 when it
Thermaltake Level 10….
In 2009 Thermaltake collaborated with BMW DesignWorks to create the monstrosity known as the Level 10. The company had a novel idea to compartmentalize PC components but
the end result was just bizarre and impractical. Not to mention the aesthetics were far from deserving of the BMW association and the price tag was around $270.
JPAC 412 Black….
While it certainly isn’t as extreme as some of the other examples here, the JPAC 412 Black is definitely worth mentioning. The front of this case featured two vertical light bars
designed to mimic the appearance of water bubbles. Also included was a LCD panel that displayed internal temperature. The only thing missing from the tacky fish tank ensemble
was some fake coral on the inside.
DeepCool Steam Castle….
Available in flashy red and yellow colors as well, the DeepCool Steam Castle was supposed to be a Steampunk-inspired creation. Instead, the design seemed to completely miss on
the historical element and served as a great reminder for manufacturers to keep the crazy theme ideas to the talented modders.
Lian Li PC-777B Snail….
Lian Li may be known for some case designs that are certainly out there, and some are even simple and clean. But the snail-like PC-777B was just downright puzzling. The case was
created as a 20th anniversary special product and came with a massive price tag exceeding $300. Luckily, the appearance has no effect on the speed of the internal components.
If you thought the TT Level 10 was expensive, the Xynos G3 is sure to raise some eyebrows. This $1895 absurdity is made entirely from aircraft grade aluminum and features a
7-inch display on the front of the case that can be used as an 800 x 480 extension to your desktop. It comes in red, blue, or black and also has Crysis and Call of Duty-themed editions.
Even if it was the coolest looking case on the planet (it definitely isn’t), we’d have a very hard time ever justifying $1895 on any single component, let alone a case.
The Cougar Challenger came in three exciting color schemes: orange-black, white-black, and black. The design itself was certainly out there with a lot of the other eccentric
“gaming” cases we’ve seen, but the one feature and design element that brought the Challenger to a whole new level of crazy is the power button. The banner below taken from
the product page speaks for itself.
There’s a very good reason why ASUS doesn’t make cases anymore. That reason is called the Vento 3600. Available in bright red, green, or blue the Vento 3600 was marketed as
an innovative chassis with cutting edge ventilation and a unique gullwing type of door. While I’m sure the jet engine appearance of the Vento helped with airflow, I’m quite happy the
company is now sticking mostly to graphics cards and motherboards…..
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