Thanks to Marc Bourgoin for sharing this! Have another fan creation for you, a Russian lad created a World of Tanks inspired PC Case from a R-123M Radio.
For those unaware R-123M is a Soviet era transceiver used in BTR-50PU carriers.
This is how it looks like:
Have to say, the PC case makes me think more of Fallout than WoT, still, amazing work.
14 thoughts on “World of Tanks PC Case mod”
Ugly as a sin tbh.
Think he is taking orders for these?
Didnt saw anything about it, think was just for personal use. :/
I don’t like that video card connection, there’s a reason why we put them directly on the motherboard and that is the amount of time information takes to reach the mainboard in the first place. Other than that, it seems pretty cool, besides the possible air flow disruptions.
I use the same pci-e extender for one of my builds. It’s not an issue at all, just as fast. I googled it to be sure. this guy made a nice benchmark: http://www.overclock.net/t/1427731/pci-express-extender-cables-benchmarked
Just go on teamspeak and roleplay like an actual radioman.
That hing is just BEAUTIFUL… I love it.
Interesting use for a PC Case Mod. I’ve seen many a case mod but nothing like this.
I made a Raspberry Pi case out of a US Army R422 auxilliary reciever. I military radio geek offered me 10X what I had into and I sold it to him, don’t know what ever happened to it.
That looks like it would heat up awfully…
That is seriously cool
Looks like a Russian radio I busted up with a sledge hammer in Iraq