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CMG - With the PC continually heading towards a smaller and smaller form factor, what is your take on the future of case modding… is it a dying hobby?
BeWize - The situation in Russia is very different from US and Germany. Modding here only starts its way up the mountain. In a year or two I think it’ll be on the top and then it’ll be a “standard” – it’s the time it’ll die as an exclusive art. We even now are trying to break this standard and invent new technologies for better results. I don’t really know what will happen in the near future but I think that big cases will remain for a looong time in our life. A lot of people love big and spacey cases.

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