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Computex is a huge show for PCs. Normally, the shells that encase those PCs are nothing to think about, but case modification has a solid footing in the industry. Companies take advantage of trade shows like Computex to draw attention to themselves by showing off the most creative, outlandish and playful case mods.

Case in point, this jet fighter-ish case mod looks more like an amazing and expensive toy.

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Check out the weathering and detail on this case mod at ThermalTake's booth. 

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ThermalTake's booth is always full of awesome case mods, and this missile turret mod conveys just the right impression of threat and power. 

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ThermalTake's case mods seek to impress.

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This is as complicated as it looks, and the glass walls lets us stare at the crazy engineering inside. 

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The Klevv case has been modded for a Star Wars Stormtrooper theme.

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Computex's Nangang hall showed off massive liquid-cooled artwork made up of PC components. 

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Who needs a casing when everything is liquid cooled? Not this err... "case."

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This case mod features a holographic display that's pretty cool to look at. 

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Lian Li has partnered with Razer to mod its PC-O11 Dynamic to support Razer's Synapsed and Chroma and features integrated RGB lighting so you don't need to add your own bling. 

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This case mod at Chinese graphics card maker Color's booth features a spider appearance that's sure to scare off arachnophobes.

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This Overwatch Tracer-inspired case looks kinda odd from the side.

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This case mod features liquid cooling. Every component is immersed in 3M's Novec 7100 cooling fluid.

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This sound-inspired case pretty much rocks. 

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A touch of cuteness in this case mod caught our eyes.

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This Black Panther-inspired case may make you feel like shouting "Wakanda Forever!"

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This star-fighter looking case mod is set to soar.

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The mod resembles a bird opening up its wings. Pretty neat concept.

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The Portal case mod opens up to give you a closer look at its insides. 

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Not sure what this is, but it looks pretty neat. 

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The Quadstellar case features four separate chambers to maximize heat dissipation. 

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This case is made up of just metal sheets. 

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This case mod catches the eye with its shiny, gold parts. 

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Is there even a PC inside or is this just an empty case?

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Here's one that's out of this world!

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Who says PC cases have to be all boxy and whatnots? This one aims to look like a swirling vortex.

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How about a retro radio?

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Open-air case mods seemed pretty popular, but think about all that dust!

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"Winner, winner, chicken dinner" is the name of the game for this PUBG-inspired design. 

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How about playing foosball on this case mod?

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