This scratch build is based on the idea of having a simulator style experience of isolation (without the full motion system of movement, that is). It’s designed to allow the user to have a much more immersive experience when playing games and media. With sound deadening and internal lighting, it removes many of the exterior distractions that typically accompany computer rooms, offices, and general areas. Adequate airflow and circulation allow the user to remain cool under the most heated gaming exchanges. Having a separate cooling system and further isolation from the cabin, allows the computer components to be adequately cooled, as well, without introducing additional heat into the cabin, creating a comfortable experience for the computer and the user independently.
If after a long day at work, all you want to do is disappear into your favorite game without the distractions of home or other environments; simply grab your favorite beverage (that can be placed into one of two convenient cup holders), maybe a snack or two, and dive into the gaming sanctuary that is The Krazy Case.
MSI Z270 SLI motherboard.
LG 29″ Ultra Wide Monitor.
EVGA 850watt power supply.
16Gb G.Skill Ripjaws DDR4 Ram.
Gigabyte Geforce GTX1070 Video Card.
Intel Core i7 7700k Processor.
Raidmax, HDT, and Cooler Master Case Fans.
Cooler Master Hyper 212 EVO Processor Cooler and fan.
Logitech z506 5.1 Surround Sound Speaker system.
Corsair Strafe keyboard.
Thermaltake Talon Gaming Mouse.
Logitech G920 Racing system (Steering wheel, pedals, and shifter).
Nexus Fan controller.
Summit Racing Bucket seat.
Reclaimed Aluminum from old Da-lite FastFold Screen kits.
*Case Mod World Series 2017 Entry