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A rather unique way to build a tech station and works quite well.
The station featuring the huge mess of wires is an electrical load station. The monster PWMs we find on EVGA motherboards not only feed power to the CPU but also distribute power to the chipsets, PCIE slots, and various PHY chips. Basically anything that needs power. Well this machine will load test any trace on the motherboard to ensure it is getting ample power and that the voltage is correct.
My vote would be to make the bezel vents a light grey and make sure all LEDs are red.