We're back with the third instalment of our on-going, blast from the past series of articles featuring projects from the very best modders in bit-tech's huge community. This time in Mod Gods we'll be looking at work from three modder extraordinaires, each with completely different styles and preferences, with more than a few of Mod of the Month and Mod of the Year trophies between them.
If you've missed our previous articles in the series, head over to Part 1 and Part 2 where we looked at other amazing projects that are enough to drop jaws and pop eyes. Don't forget that we also feature completed projects on our front page from time to time - check them out here and while you're at it, we've got over 70 projects in our very own database of completed case mods - The Case Mod Index. You can search for projects by case manufacturer to what others have done with the likes of SilverStone's TJ07 or NZXT Phantom.
As always, if you have any projects you'd like to remind us about, drop us a line at firstname.lastname@example.org or let us know in the comments.
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First up this month is another project from one of our all-time favourites - G-gnome. The project is of course, WMD. It's a staggeringly awesome take on a compact nuclear device that usually has the likes of James Bond and Jack Bauer breaking out in a cold sweat.
The subtle use of red coolant and water-cooling, and the exquisite build quality and steely looks, are awe-inspiring, and it's been a highly-requested addition to Mod Gods. If you'd like to read more about how WMD was made, you can have a read of bit-tech's three-part feature on this great project using the links below: