The creator of this casing is Pete Edge. He used 3 weeks of his lunch hour to complete the "casefancasefancase" (that's how he call it :))).. and it's actually working. Wonder how's the performance of casefancasefancase? Here's the result from Pete Edge's experiment:
"The main difference between the casefancasefancase and any normal case is the system or mainboard temperature. After prolonged use it remains pretty constant at about 23-24 degrees Centigrade.
The CPU temp is not as greatly affected, basically because I am using the standard fan/heatsink supplied with the CPU. If I was to shell out for something with big copper fins on it I'd probably notice a difference."
Now, who dare to say his CPU casing is cooler than casefancasefancase? :))