Modder gi0v3 has boldly gone where no modder has gone before with his LEGO PC 1.0. The LEGO PC 1.0 is a computer case made entirely out of LEGO blocks.
Encasing your computer in a box made of LEGOs may not seem like the best idea, as computers in closed boxes are prone to overheating; however, Gi0v3 was genius enough to drill holes into his LEGOs to increase airflow.
The result is a computer case that not only looks cool but is probably more efficient at keeping its components cool than a high-end case -- a good thing, as this computer is running some serious hardware. According to Technabob, the Lego PC 1.0 has an "AMD Athlon II 605e quad-core CPU running at 2.3GHz attached to an ASUS Mini-ITX board. It’s fully-outfitted with USB3, SATA3, Bluetooth and WiFi, and has 8GB of zippy SODDR3-1333 RAM. It’s also got a pair of Samsung 250GB hard drives, a slot-loading DVD-RW and an ATI Radeon HD 5570 GPU." Consider your world rocked.