Vietnamese wins second prize at int'l PC case modification contest

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A Vietnamese has won second prize in an international online computer-case modifying contest, VnExpress reported Thursday.

According to the newswire, Nguyen Dinh Ban received 273 out of 4,000 votes cast in the contest held by world-famous forum bit-tech.net and sponsored by Intel and Lamptron as well as others.

Ban's ROG Rampage received only 20 less votes than first prize winner, L3p D3sk - Silent Workstation by Peter Brands, it said, adding that 24 competitors from across the world participated in the contest.

With "one of the most distinctive looks" and "plenty of unusual features" the design previously also won the monthly forum contest in July, VnExpress reported. The winning case was placed diagonally at a 45-degree angle, featuring primarily red and black. 

It said before the contest, Ban was already famous in computer-case modifying circles within Vietnam with the nickname nhenhophach (amber spider).

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