For all of us a trip to the Wright Brothers Museum and Memorial park in Kitty Hawk, North Carolina means a leisure stroll, for Jeffery Stephenson a.k.a. Slipperyskip however, it means an inspiration for his computer case mod. Inspired by the monument of the Wright brothers at the park, he has built the Flightline casemod in different types of woods. The exquisite computer case has a specially made back plate for its Gigabyte H77TN Mini-ITX motherboard and comprises of 167 handmade parts made from quilted maple and aircraft grade birch plywood with mahogany forming the base.
The stunning Flightline casemod isn’t just a classic piece of art for your desk; it’s a high-performance PC too. The computer case is stuffed in with an Intel Core i3 3225 dual-core processor with 8GB of DDR3 RAM and 60GB mSATA SSD for ample storage. The Flightline casemod has nicely concealed netted exhaust vents on top and uses heat pipes to draw out the heat with help of a high speed fan.
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