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When you got your special edition copy of Grand Theft Auto IV, did you ever think 'Hey, that would make an awesome case for a PC?' No? Well, Mark Harris did.
During a quiet spot at work, Harris took a miniITX system and saw the potential in its size. "Normally I don't see the point in buying limited / special editions of computer games," he told us, "as they come with items that you will find yourself throwing away after a while.
"Not pre-ordering my GTA IV early enough meant I had to order the special edition. I'm glad that I did."
As you can see from the screenshots, Mark took the GTA safety deposit box and converted it into a fully functioning computer.
This isn't the first time a miniITX system has been packed into a novelty box. In April, Alex Wiley packed it into a case modeled on the Digg logo. To see it, and more of the GTA safety deposit box, check out the Mini-ITX website. Some things have to be seen to be believed.
May 22, 2008
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