For the budget gamer, spending $1,200 on a computer isn’t too bad and can get one a somewhat decent rig. It might not be able to run Crysis 2 on Ultra at 60fps, but it should get the job done if the parts are chosen wisely. The more serious gamer could spend a couple of thousand instead but most of the time, the money is spent on hardware like its graphics card, SSDs, custom cooling and whatnot. However if you have the cash to spare and want to build a custom gaming machine, then perhaps this PC gaming case dubbed the Murderbox MK II might be worth checking out.
Priced at a staggering $1,200 for the case alone, it’s most definitely murder on the wallets of many and would almost be sacrilege to fill it up with low or mid-ranged hardware. Made completely out of raw aluminum that has been mechanically etched and then anodized, the case is put together by hand to ensure that everything fits. It might be a bit redundant given that you’ll definitely need to take it apart to put in your components, but it’s good to know that testing has been done to ensure that everything is a perfect fit. Unfortunately only 499 units will be made so if you’ve got the money to spare, head on over to the Murderbox website to reserve one for yourself.
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- Seen at: kotaku