Aston Martin themed PC Case is handcrafted out of spare parts


Friendship Day is just around the corner. How far would you go to help a friend in need? While helping out is one thing. But going out of your way to building something extraordinary so that you can, is the kind of friend everyone wants. If you wonder what I’m talking about, let me introduce you to Custom PC builder Derek Smith whose friend needed a PC but couldn’t afford to purchase a new one. So what did Smith do? Well, he volunteered to put one together. But this Aston Martin-themed PC is no ordinary system: it’s an out-of-the-world mod of a Cooler Master “Cosmos S” case. Sporting vinyl wrappings and faux carbon fiber with a wood finish also feature a backlit dash clock from a 2006 Mercury Milan.

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The shining setup took 80 hours to build. The carbon fiber accents have been made using 3M Di-NOC Carbon Fiber with a matte finish, while the woodwork is courtesy “Bubinga Gloss Wood Vinyl” Di-NOC from 3M. The insides of the cabinet have featured a Stainless Steel roof flashing and Chrome side molding kit from an Auto Supply company. The PC’s modified the AMD Quad-Core Cooler with wood accents on top. The final product looks like a stunning Aston Martin, which will drive away!
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[Kotaku and Mnpctech]

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