Any ideas for a PC case mod?

I've decided to clear out my assorted computer detritus (Love that word) and have decided to build myself a teamspeak/ventrillo server from the various pieces. Thing is, i have many small form factor components and no case in which to put them. I previously tried putting the PC into a Frosties (Cereal) box , with success, although the case was too flimsy. This leaves me with the following question:

What can I put a small PC in (besides buying a case) that is around the size of a 1kg cereal box or larger?

Pictures of Frosties mod

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DragonDon4 years ago
3-ring binder! LOL.
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Yerboogieman10 years ago
what im doing is adding switches and LEDs to the front of mine to control one of my fans
my computer just has a light deficiancy
crestind10 years ago
Knex Case
whatsisface (author)  crestind10 years ago
Never I'd considered lego, but knex is a BIGGG no-no
Why is that? Knex would work very well, because it naturally has holes where you can mount screws and stuff.
whatsisface (author)  crestind10 years ago
Because a) I have no Knex and b)I'm afraid that using Knex to build anything will mean that my friends would all desert me, because it's knex
Maybe you could mount a PC into a desk drawer? You could drill holes into the front for all the ports and drives.
whatsisface (author)  crestind10 years ago
Seems like a good idea. I'll use it as a backup in case iWIn fails.
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