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Modded cases at Cooler Master

Modded cases at Cooler Master

Carbon Overclock - we'll get you the full build on bit-tech soon!

CeBIT 09: Paul from Coolercases, and Tom from Snailmods had their Cooler Master artwork out for all to see at CeBIT this year. To be honest, I had no idea they’d finished them (I should have followed the project logs closer) but from speaking to Tom it sounded like the work wasn't done until the last minute, meaning CeBIT was the grand unveiling for these mods.

Paul's case (the red one) has two out of the three Zotac watercooled GTX 295s in Europe inside (the third being shown on the Zotac stand itself) and, just like the Skulltrail mod that was part of last year’s Mod of the Year competition, this Core i7 Smackover setup boasts professional build quality in cable management and its dual loop red and black watercooled design.

The Carbon Overclock made by Tom is a buffed up ATCS 840 with a little less on the outside – the subtle customisation looks good and goes well with the flares of green. OK, so it’s not the most elaborate and crazy mod on earth, but given the time constraints to get it finished for CeBIT, the build quality is exceptional.

We've organised with Paul and Tom to get coverage of the builds on bit-tech very soon so you'll soon see how they came to be, but in the meantime drop into our project log forum to get your fill of many awesome mods.

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ParaHelix.org 5th March 2009, 14:16 Quote
Good efforts and well done but seeing a case that has that plastic look makes me cringe, one reason I like Lian-Li is their solid looking metal cases.
devdevil85 5th March 2009, 17:21 Quote
That's just sick!
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