Just when you think you have seen it all with regards to innovative computer cases, along comes the watercooled NES computer case mod. Modder/gamer Robert Whamm created the case mod for the Cooler Master 2011 Case Mod Competition, a competition that seeks out the best custom computer tower mods and scratch computer case builds.
Cramming the guts of a computer into a gaming system is nothing new, but cramming a complete water-cooling system in addition to all the components of a modern-day PC into a gaming system is definitely something worth talking about. The PC features a Sony Blu-ray Drive, TopPower Flex ATX 300 Watt PSU, a i5 2400 3.1 ghz quad core processor and 8 GB of PNY Optima DDR3 ram. On the non-tech side of things, the computer has been tastefully painted black and features an homage to classic Nintendo games such as Excitebike and JAWS.