TR forumite krazyredboy has finally completed his simulator PC. The "case mod"—if it can even be called that—is his submission to the Cooler Master Case Mod World Series 2017 contest. He's finished up just in time, as submissions for the contest close tonight at 11:59 PM (GMT-11).
The finished version of the "Krazy Case" ended up a blue-and-white box with ample room for one person to sit inside and game with either mouse-and-keyboard or wheel-and-pedals. The player gets to enjoy 5.1 surround audio, a 75 Hz ultra-wide-screen display, and complete seclusion from the world around them. LED light strips provide a bit of interior illumination, and the "case" even has cup holders.
Bob has the whole adventure from start to finish catalogued here in the TR forums, and you can check out the dozens of pictures he's provided there. You can (and should) show your support for our krazyredboy over in his thread on the Cooler Master forums. Here's a pic of the gerbil himself inside the
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