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Bit-tech Modding Update - April 2014

Bit-tech Modding Update - April 2014

Welcome to our monthly modding update article where we take a look at some of the best PC modding projects to have been completed in the last few weeks on our forum. We've got four great projects for you to drool over again this month and each one is a unique show of modding skill with its own levels of customisation. Needless to say, if you like water cooling, modding and generally awesome-looking PCs then you'll find plenty to interest you this month.

Our monthly competition, Mod of the Month will be here in a couple of days too, but don't forget you can see more awesome projects in our modding section plus thousands of projects in our community forums too as well as guides and all sorts of information on all things PC modding related.

Corsair is our 2014 sponsor of the Modding Update and to win some awesome goodies check out the information below on submitting your own projects to our modding databases.

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These are our own databases of completed projects that allow you to see what others have done with a particular case model, material or motherboard size, with hundreds of projects to choose from.

How to submit Case Mods

If you're submitting a case mod (modified case), it must be complete with noticeable modifications (these can include spray paint/powder-coat or installed water-cooling hardware.) To submit your case mod you'll need to include the following information:

How to submit case mods
  • Your forum user name
  • Case (make and model)
  • URL to your project log (which must be in bit-tech's project log forum)
  • Project name
  • Is your PC water-cooled? Y/N
How to submit Scratchbuilds
  • Your forum user name
  • Motherboard size - ATX, micro-ATX, mini ITX, other
  • Case type - tower/cube/desk/HTPC/other
  • Primary material - acrylic/metal/wood/composite/other or mixed
  • URL to your project log (which must be in bit-tech's project log forum)
  • Is your PC water-cooled? Y/N
Email your submissions to modding@bit-tech.net with 'Submit My Project' in the subject line.

The winner last month was forum user C4B12 who submitted his Cold Winter - if you haven't seen it yet it's well worth a look.

Back to this month and we have four fantastic projects to show you that have been completed in the last few weeks in our forum.

Click the pictures below or head over to the next page to see each one in detail.

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BlackBox by Nikozii

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Codename Mono by Laine

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Magnus by imersa

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Minions Mod by Ronnie Hara