A novel and imaginative method to display your computer parts while keeping them safe is to use a shadow box as a case for a desktop computer. The fundamental steps to building a shadow box computer case are as follows: Select a shadow box with enough depth to accommodate proper ventilation and enough room for your computer's components. At craft stores or online, you can find shadow boxes in a range of sizes and designs. Plan how your computer's components will be arranged in the shadow box. Location of the motherboard, power supply, hard discs, and any other components you want to display should be taken into account. Drill holes into the shadow box's rear so that cables and wires can connect your computer's components. Make certain the holes are both big enough for cables to fit through and small enough to keep out dust and other debris.
To firmly hold the motherboard in place, install motherboard standoffs in the shadow box's base.
Install the hard discs, power supply, and any additional parts in the shadow box's corresponding slots.
Cables and cords should be used to connect each component, and they should be fastened securely to avoid any loose connections. To keep the components cool, install cooling fans within the shadow box. To increase airflow, you can also cut out or install more ventilation holes in the shadow box.
Install the shadow box's glass or acrylic front panel to protect the components while keeping them visible.
When your shadow box computer case is finished, you can show it off as a one-of-a-kind, striking work of functional art on a desk or shelf. To guarantee that the components remain cool and work properly, just keep it in a dust-free area and keep an eye on the temperatures.