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Wahoo Computers Custom ATC-201 Modded Case

From first glance, Wahoo’s ATC-201 mod looks more like a work of art than a computer case. The custom paint job covers everything but the back and bottom panels of the case, and is one of the most impressive we’ve ever seen on a computer case.

As we move to the front panel of the case we can see the level of detail Wahoo Computers is able to incorporate into their work. From installing a custom painted 5.25" LED display drive to repainting the optical, floppy, and flash memory drives silver, no expense was spared on this case and we can see that Wahoo is capable of doing just about anything in their mods.

Here we can get a close up on the front panel, looking at the front panel fan controller and floppy / flash memory drives. Wahoo wired each fan controller to every 80mm fan in the case, allowing you to control how fast the fans operate in your system.

When we look to the side panel, we can get a closer look at the killer side panel window that Wahoo put on their ATC 201 mod. Cut to perfection with laser, the case’s side panel is enough to grab even the most hardcore enthusiast’s attention.

And now we’re onto the most impressive part of the case, a hand painted Dragon, inspired by the work of Roger Dean. Dean’s website has the original picture of the work that inspired this case, artwork that according to Dean’s website was voted the second

successful album cover design of all time by readers of “Rolling Stone” magazine. The work itself is just simply stunning, amazing that something that looks so good would make it onto the side panel of a computer case.

And now we can get a prospective view of the case’s back panel, and also another look at the amazing dragon painting on the ATC-201 mod’s rear side panel. Notice the top panel of the case not only has an 80mm exhaust fan, but Wahoo installed two custom case handles to make carrying the case around a lot easier.


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