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Project: Rogue – A Case Mod Resembling a V6 Engine | Watercooling, V6 Engine, NZXT, Case Mod, ATX Motherboard | Desktopped

Project: Rogue – A Case Mod Resembling a V6 Engine

posted September 22, 2009 ·

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Project Rogue is a case-modding project by Craig Brugger of Losias.net that resembles a V6 engine. This case sports a 10.2 LCD screen, easily removable hard drive bays, and some other neat features. More details and photos available in the full post.

Project: Rogue

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About the Mod Project “Rogue” is a case-modding endeavor by Craig Brugger over at losias.net that took nearly ten months from conception to completion. The final product resembles a V6 engine and carries a lot of neat features. Some of these features are watercooling, a 10.2″ widescreen LCD monitor on the front, an ATX motherboard, hard drive bays that are removable without opening up the case, built in fan and lighting controls, custom built plexi-glass windows, automotive digital gauges, and more. The case is built from an NZXT Rogue.

The Rogue was entered in the Nvision yearly case mod competition in San Jose where it managed to take down second place despite a fairly large field of competitors.

A full work log of this project can be found at losias.net.

About the Modder Craig Brugger is a case modder and hardware fanatic who blogs frequently about his projects at his website losias.net.

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Project: Rogue - A Case Mod Resembling a V6 Engine, 4.2 out of 5 based on 13 ratings
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