TAIPEI -- The Computex trade show has its roots in hardware and PC components, so it's no surprise to find plenty of awesome modded PC cases designed to impress.
Seen here is Thermalthor, located at Thermaltake's booth. It's designed by Suchao Prowphong who says he was impressed by Thor's mighty hammer Mjolnir and wanted the design to look powerful.
Also located at Thermaltake's booth is this open case mod called Project X. Made by Marcus C Vestergaard, the design is based on the Hyper-X brand.
The most impressive mod at the Thermaltake booth is this Paul Walker tribute by Suchao Prowphong called the Core X 2 Furious Mod. The designer says he loved the Fast and Furious movie and misses the actor.
You'll note that it's actually two PCs in one gigantic case.
Here's a closer look at the internals, note the carefully laid out water pipes that add a very clean aesthetic to the design.
On the rear are wings which complete the racing car look of the mod.
Over at Coolermaster's booth, the company decided to show off interesting mods from makers. Seen here is a tweak that mixes drinks based on the controller chip located on the top of the case.
An artist was customizing a case on the spot with what looks like a dragon eye.
The Tri-Max by Mike Petereyns is an all-in-one case mod that features a 2.1 surround sound system and is liquid cooled. It's meant to be a portable party device!
The Black Templar Mod by Modder Crow is inspired by Warhammer 40K and features airbrushing to give it a weathered look.
And since there's no avoiding one of the more popular shows on television right now, here's a Game of Thrones inspired mod, too.
Lian Li's cases are often clad in aluminum, but that's not the case for the PC-O7SX, which features tempered glass at the sides.
Ai Mask's Harley Davidson inspired case mod features Asus' ROG imprint and packs plenty of intricate details -- it feels like you could almost drive away on this power-packed mod.
The Lego command center houses a Asus Maximus VII Impact motherboard.
The Rogue X is designed by Ali Abbas and is a mod of the Asus G20 desktop. It features a metallic look with a gun scope on the top and was made in 30 hours.
Finnish modder Alexander Hede created the Rockcrawler X99 to house the Asus TUF Sabertooth X99 motherboard and has a rugged military appeal.
Spotted at the Enermax booth is this Captain America-inspired case. If you look at the top, you'll notice a Quinjet with Cap's trusty motorcycle.
Deep Cool's Tristellar is split into three parts to keep the heat generating components separate. It's a cool idea and pretty awesome to look at.
The Nephrite from Deep Cool keeps the graphic card away and on top, letting you showcase just how powerful your card is.
This modular case from Deep Cool didn't have a name, but like the Nephrite, lets you show off your video card.
RAM maker Avexir also had some cool case mods to show off, and this one's called Scarlet and was inspired by Ducati bikes. It uses an InWin D-Frame case.
Modder Xfastest used a Cooler Master HAF Stack 935 to create the Gundam Fighter.
Antec announced a new Signature S10 case, and this spacious tower case has slots for 14 drive bays.
Here's a look at the interior of the Antec Signature S10.
InWin's cases were pretty epic and this one opens up like a flower to showcase the hardware inside. It should also help with troubleshooting and cleaning, since dust is likely to get inside easier due to its open nature.
On Gigabyte's end is a case that could easily be mistaken for a giant toy figurine.
This Thai inspired battle elephant also houses Gigabyte's motherboard.