Addison gaming PC case mod inspired by 1940 radio is a powerhouse
It’s been a while since we have seen a compact, yet powerful PC case mod that impresses with its retro look. Addison by Jeffery Stephenson is one such PC case mod that boasts-off retro aesthetics with a powerful computing power inside. This gaming PC case mod is inspired by a Canadian radio design from the 1940’s era. It has a mahogany enclosure with aluminum trim and a capacity of 10.6 liters.
The heart of the system is a generic water-cooled Core i7-4770K CPU clocked at 4.3GHz, Gigabyte Z97N-WiFi Mini-ITX motherboard and an overclocked version of Nvidia GTX970 video card. For storage the PC has a HyperX Fury 8GB system memory and HyperX 480GB SSD. The power supply comes courtesy Silverstone 450W modular SFX power unit. Now, that is a CPU tailor-made for high-end gaming!
Jeffery has explained the DIY process of completing this project on your own and you can follow it right away by clicking this link.