How many of you actually have PC cases made out of anything other than the normal metal or aluminum bits and pieces? Probably only a very, very small percentage do, as the amount of time, effort, and money required to construct a custom case is monumental to say the least. One must have the passion in order to cook up an interesting-looking, fully functional PC case from everyday objects that lie around the house. The Ari Levine PC case is mostly made from Lego bricks that children use to expand their imagination, and the creator has done a pretty banged up job with all the parts meticulously pieced together to form a pleasing sight to the eye of any passers-by.
Featuring plenty of fluoroscent Lego bits, this PC case truly stands out as a colorful masterpiece. Too bad nothing can be done about the power supply unit as the bit of metal in one corner makes the entire PC case look exposed. We’re not sure how the airflow is like, but according to the specifications given, everything inside should be able to run just fine without running into overheating issues.
This unique PC case houses an Intel processor, an Intel motherboard, a CPU cooling solution from Antec, and an ATI Radeon X1300 Pro 512MB graphics processing unit to round off the list of known parts. What is worrying would be the fact that the innards of this PC case is more vulnerable than normal to external factors such as dust and accidental spills as it looks pretty exposed.