In the process of modding cases, I usually wind up with extra parts or even extra cases so browse what I've got sitting around and if you're interested in something, send me a message using the links at the bottom of the page!
With the MOD2WIN contest over and Rehab back from CES, I'm having a hard time finding a place to put it. Rehab is a fully modded Fractal R4 running an Intel i7 6700K under water and a Gigabyte GTX1070 G1 Gaming with stock cooling. With custom paint, fab work, and even a hood, it's definitely one of a kind. It's taken third in the Gigabyte MOD2WIN contest, appeared at Gigabyte's booth at CES 2017, and been in a CPU Magazine article about the MOD2WIN contest as well so it's definitely an eye catcher. It's also a deal since I'm discounting it a bit after having to do some touch-up after it's cross country trip. Asking $4500, but shoot me an offer.
My pride and joy and definitely my favorite so far. It's been my personal computer for the last year and done everything I asked of it and looked good while doing it. Shinai started as an Antec P380 and received liberal doses of bamboo veneer, aluminum, and a gorgeous metallic garnet red. It runs an i7 4790k and Gigabyte GTX980Ti G1 Gaming, both under EK acrylic blocks, with hardline tubing, a D5, and two 360mm radiators. A clear acrylic panel on one side and a SSD window on the other side show off all the hardware. A CPU Magazine Mad Reader Mod, Maximum PC's Rig of the Month, nominated for Bit-Tech's mod of the year, and a 2nd place finish in the case mod competition at CPULAN prove that it's a looker. Currently listed on Ebay starting at $4000, but if interested, message me and maybe we can work something out.
Cooler Master 140mm case fans (set of 3)
Set of 3 Cooler Master 140mm stock case fans. I have two sets of these and would prefer not to sell singles, but would consider pairs. Pulled out of a Mastercase5 and have never been run. 3-pin connections. $25 for a set of 3.