Typically, when you think case mod, you wonder just how tweaked a six-walled chassis can get. For Ville 'Willek' Kyrö, he figured that approach was much too constrictive. Instead, he used an array of heavy-duty heatsinks to actually build the frame that held the innards of Project: Passive. Needless to say, more heat pipes than we care to count were used along with what was likely miles of cable wrap, but hey, it's hard to complain with the end result. Hit up the read link to witness this thing's entire journey -- seven whole pages worth -- and make sure you've got a substantial chunk of unused vacation time before you even think of doing something similar.

[Via Hack N Mod]