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Bit-tech Modding Update - October 2013

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SchizoFrog 8th November 2013, 14:25 Quote
I just wish there were more guide articles for n00bs to get in to modding and also water cooling.
[USRF]Obiwan 8th November 2013, 14:55 Quote
the intel Nug is incredible!
Spreadie 9th November 2013, 12:00 Quote
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Ace_finland narrowly missed out on being included in our recent Intel NUC competition but he went ahead with it anyway and this is the result.
What a pity, because it would have earned my vote.
BD Hopkins 9th November 2013, 20:53 Quote
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Originally Posted by Spreadie
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Ace_finland narrowly missed out on being included in our recent Intel NUC competition but he went ahead with it anyway and this is the result.
What a pity, because it would have earned my vote.
Same here, I would have chosen this above the others.
Phil Rhodes 10th November 2013, 12:43 Quote
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I just wish there were more guide articles for n00bs to get in to modding and also water cooling.

Back in days of yore, there were; this was once a site run by enthusiasts. Then it went commercial, and only then did they realise that it being commercial didn't really work, so now it's a big ball of advertising held together by small amounts of whatever journalism the poor guys who write for it can wedge into the gaps. As a result it's a bit difficult for them to write about making things when they have advertisers from whom you can buy things readymade.

Apparently, this is progress.
SchizoFrog 10th November 2013, 14:37 Quote
I totally agree Phil. I also think these articles are a stretch too far by calling them 'Modding Updates' when most of the projects are so loosely 'Mods' you might as well call them custom fabrications.

I miss what used to be 'CustomPC'...
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