Reminding us of Thermaltake's monster Level 10 PC case, this is actually the Edelweiss PC, the handiwork of Pius Geiger and in fact initially constructed all the way back in 2006. Updated this year with a crisp new white color-scheme, the water-cooled Edelweiss separates out drives, graphics and power-supply, and then illuminates them with a discrete but effective lighting system.
Full hardware specifications of the PC are unknown, but the Edelweiss PC does have a FATAL1TY motherboard, dual graphics cards and a DVD burner. We're assuming that along with the color update, Pius also slotted in some more impressive hardware to take advantage of the heavy-duty watercooling system, too.
Add in the excellent cable-routing, and you've got a mind-blowing case mod. No word on how much all this cost, nor how long it took, but we're guessing the answer to those questions are something like "a lot" and "a long time".
[via Hack N Mod]