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This Hellboy-inspired case shocks and awes with its incredible detail.

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If you could stuff a mini-ITX board into a Mini Cooper, would you?

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The humongous Atlas case from Bit Fenix is 541mm wide.

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Lian Li's DK-02X is what you would get if you were lazy and didn't want to carve out a hole in your table to mod a PC in. This model will retail for $1,189 (£709, AU$1,280) and is set to debut in the third quarter.

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As you can see, it has space for two PCs, although one of them has to be using a mini-ITX motherboard due to space constraints.

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If you don't need such a big case, the smaller DK-01X may be a better choice. It's also $200 cheaper than the DK-02X and will be available in the third quarter as well.

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Last but not least is this coffee table model -- the DK-Q1 is ideal for the living room. Pricing is not yet available, but it will launch at the same time as the other two larger models.

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This In Win PC case is made from one sheet of aluminum and two pieces of glass.

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Seen from the top, you can see just how the metal was folded to turn it into a PC case.

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Here's what it looks like without the glass or parts.

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The ThermalTake Level 10 isn't new, but this Titanium version makes it look even cooler.

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Put your hands in the air and make some noise -- that's what I think the modder for this Thermaltake case is trying to say.

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Found at the Asus booth, this case is designed to be a powerful living room piece.

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Coolermaster wants you to get really cool with three large fans on the front.

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Try as he might, Iron Man just couldn't quite squeeze into his new suit.

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If you could build scary-looking PC cases that would freak you out at night, you'd probably build this.

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An open-air case that will collect a heck load of dust. It's impressive looking, though.

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The Liva PC gets dressed up as a cute little thing. Check out our coverage for more info.

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These Golden Field PC cases look like they have a turbine inside.

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Here's a cool-looking dust collector found at the Bitspower that will impress you with its openess and ability to cause allergies after using it for a little while.

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The SilverStone Raven RVZ01 gets jazzed up with water-cooling features.

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This ASROCK gaming PC was designed by the BMW team.

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This In Win case features tempered glass for sides and aims to show off its internals.

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This pyramid-inspired open air case is designed to fit longer graphic cards that won't typically fit in your normal cases.

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The B-2 Spirit from Rosewill is a giant amongst cases and can comfortably fit in super-large HPTX motherboards that measure 345mm × 381mm.

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