With another QuakeCon behind us, it’s time to reflect on the magic that happens every year at the largest LAN party in North America. Over 2,800 people brought their computers to the Hilton Anatole in Dallas to play games and gawk over some really incredible machines.
Ever looked at that big black box under your desk and thought it looked a little bit too modern for your Chocola-themed games room? Does it rather spoil the ambience of your human sacrifice chamber? How about turning it into something a little more traditional, like a stone shrine to Q'uq'umatz or other god of your own choosing?
That's what Dan McGrath did when he turned an already bonkers Thermaltake Level 10 GT chassis into AzTtec, a PC worthy of the ancients.