Modding a 3DCool Hellstorm 2000 Full Tower Case

Encrypted_God - November 9, 2006 08:44PM in Cases

As we always stress here at GT, the most important part of a computer system is the case.  Without it, our parts would be all over the place and would be quite unorganized.  Now with that in mind, we've been hacking away at cases to make them perform as well as their visual aspects.  It makes no sense to make it look great, but suck hard in the cooling department right? You definitely need the right tools and that can cost upwards in the hundreds.  So in comes a few retailers who heard these pleas, one of them being 3DCool. Based in Rochester, NY (go upstate NY!), they have been using the slogan "Freezing Computers World Wide" since April of 1999.  They have lots of case accessories that cater to the overclocker and case modder.  One of these items, is their line of Hellstorm cases.  These pre-modified beauties have been engineered to be the best in cooling.  One feature that definitely shouldn't be missed, is the use of automotive paint to finish off their cases.  We're going to be taking a look at the Hellstorm 2000, a completely modded case based on the Inwin full tower.