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This PC case doubles as a foosball table

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Computex is a wonderland of crazy PC mods, and this year is no different. We've seen cases that look like a miniature airplane, to one that resembles an old-fashioned record player. What is arguably the most insane of the lot, however, is this one made by Taiwan-based I.I.D Maker Studio. Yes, that's a massive PC, complete with MSI X299 Gaming M7 and MSI 2370 Gaming Plus motherboards, MSI Geforce GTX 1080 Ti Gaming X graphics cards, a Thermaltake watercooling rig, six small displays fitted along the inside walls, all housed inside a make-shift and completely functional foosball table. Because, you know, the World Cup is coming up. But also because it looks absolutely incredible. Have a closer look at this amazing tribute to computing, and football, in the gallery below.

Gallery: Foosball table PC mod at Computex 2018 | 9 Photos

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Raised in the tropics of Malaysia, Nicole arrived in the United States in search of love, happiness and ubiquitous broadband. That last one is still a dream, but two out of three isn't bad. Her love for words and technology reached a fever pitch in San Francisco, where she learned you could make a living writing about gadgets, video games and the internet. Truly, a dream come true. Other interests include baseball, coffee, cooking and chasing after her precocious little cat.

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