If you’re looking for a sleek and envy-inducing way to house your very expensive hardware, then look no further than the Murderbox II. Most people can build a very powerful, high-end gaming PC for $1,200, and even then that’s a bit steep, with beefy builds ranging from $600-$800 depending on the desired performance. Hell, oftentimes you can purchase a solid gaming PC for that much.
But if you’re looking to be one of only 499 people in the world, you can throw down twelve hundred smackaroos to stuff all your computing goodies inside something that Rob Halford would ride out onto the stage if you slapped wheels on it. Gallery behind the cut.