Car-themed projects are making a comeback it seems, and we've recently seen plenty of original projects to delight the petrol-heads out there. We've got another this month, and forum user rchiileea is well on the way to making one of the most striking Thermaltake Level 10 mods we've seen.
Early renders in the project log, which began late last year, show a super-clean-looking Level 10 clad in subtle BMW M Power graphics. It's not our most favourite case in the world, but we're sure you'll agree that this looks pretty good.
The theme has also been applied to the PC's peripherals, and our first view of the case shows that it's been airbrushed in glossy white. The PC will also be water-cooled, providing an added touch of sophistication that brings it closer to the awesome series of cars to which the project pays tribute.
Above, the water-cooling system has been completely installed with what look like two single 120mm-fan radiators, along with an interesting Tecnofront Nano reservoir that does a great job of saving space while providing a convenient fill-port.
The M Power branding has now been applied to the main chassis, and there are now just a few more tasks left, including fitting various acrylic panels to the window holes, one of which has been etched with a picture of an all-important BMW racer.
BMW Mpower Level 10 is sure to look fantastic when it's completed, so make sure you check it out over the coming weeks. Plus, if it's your favourite project this month, head over to the forum to vote for it.