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Biggest, Most exotic case, cost does not matter

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InWin also has other stupid exotic cases you can look at


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I dont know if this one is still available, for me the most exotic PC case is the In Win S-Frame, a full tower open case, but support ATX motherboard as the biggest size board it can take.

https://www.in-win.com/en/gaming-chassis/S-Frame/

 

MetallicAcid built a gorgeous system called "Origami" with this case, and the system's name translates very well to the structure of the case construction which is an amazingly folded single aluminium sheet.

https://www.techpowerup.com/forums/threads/origami-by-metallicacid.218855/


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I was about to recommend you a Singularity pc case but looks like that's a few price points below you.


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YES YES YES

Please also post pictures, anyone else who comments? Thank, thank.

*excite excite excite*

 

Generally speaking, InWin does a lot of exotic-looking, far-out cases. Seeing as people have already mentioned them, I'll try to look for other suggestions.

 

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Left to Right: LIAN LI PC-Y6B, Hydra Desk, Thermaltake Level 10 Titanium Edition.

  • LIAN LI PC-Y6B (Newegg): Just don't name it Titanic.
  • Hydra Desk (Newegg): A desk can be a case, yes?
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  1. DEEPCOOL TRISTELLAR (1:00 - 2:40) - DEEPCOOL Site.
  2. Thermaltake The Tower 900 (2:40 - 4:13) - Thermaltake Site.
  3. Thermaltake Core P7 (4:13 - 5:40) - Thermaltake Site.
  4. CORSAIR Slate Prototype (5:40 - 7:02) - CORSAIR Site. The Obsidian 1000D is based off the Slate Prototype.
  5. Zadak511 Helicarrier (7:03 - 9:29) - Currently Unavailable?

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On 3/13/2020 at 5:26 AM, MkaiL said:

Take a look at this, pretty exotic if you ask me but comes with a hefty price: https://www.in-win.com/en/gaming-chassis/z-tower/

If that's too expensive or if it's for watercooling, take a look at the phanteks enthoo elite or the corsair 1000d.

Honestly im just gonna say it, I hate this case. Its just butt ugly. Even though its heavy duty material wise even the way it is assembled seemed janky based on the LTT video where they built in it. Sure its a "look how big my dick is case" but I would never want it in my house, I think In-Win makes way nicer cases than that one. But ya I guess its exotic


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