No one messes with this gaming PC on treads

I can't decide which is more rad, the fact that a guy decided to take a Thermaltake Level 10 and make it even more killer-looking or that his name is Stephen "LeatherFace" Popa. Whatever dude, you deserve all the rad points you can get because this is one slick PC mod.

Stephen's gaming PC (ROG-R) looks more like something the U.S. Army would deploy in Iraq than a machine to play Crysis on. Regardless, the man of the hour managed to pop the entire rig onto a custom-made set of treads and attach a robotic arm to it.

The best part is that the treads actually operate with a remote control. According to Stephen, the entire PC cost him about $3,000 and features an Intel Core i7 processor that's overclocked to 4.0GHz, 8GB of RAM, 165GB solid state drive and water cooling system.

It's not the first time we've seen a remote controlled PC, but it definitely is the most rugged-looking one — even if it's only all for show.

Stephen LeatherFace Popa, via Slippery Brick

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