After an absence of a year or so, we're pleased to invite back bit-tech forum user Mankz with his modding forum update. He'll be reporting every few weeks on the best new and ongoing projects in our Project Logs forum, as well as any interesting threads from our Modding forum too. Anyway, without further ado, let's hand it over to Mankz:

Our forums have seen a whole raft of new projects recently, starting with Nautilus by lenne0815. The project features CNC mill work, plenty of carbon fibre, use of split moulds and a crazy idea - need we say any more?

Meanwhile, nhenhophach has created one of the most fantastic acrylic cases we've seen in his project ROG RAMPAGE. You'll find custom water cooling parts, a completely custom built case, top-end hardware and much more in this project from Vietnam.

You might think that putting a mini-ITX motherboard in a full-size ATX case would leave a lot of empty space, but not in thechoozen's Corsair Graphite 490T bullet. In this project, thechoozen has cut the case in half, removed the excess space and then put it back together again, combined with a killer paint job and custom panels.

Meanwhile, we've been looking at Nexxo's early plans for his Metaversa 2.0 in the modding forum; a project with influences that range from motorcycles to antique microscopes, which all led to a great discussion on steampunk. We've also had a little sneak peek a t-DSC- by deathstarchris. He's not revealing very much at the moment, but we think the pictures say enough.

And last, but by no means least, we have our two-time bit-tech Mod of the Year champion Attila and his newest creation, Cor Leonis. If you've seen any of his previous work, you'll know what to expect: beauty, precision, hand-made aluminium parts - it's all there. However, this time there is a water cooling setup too.

Seen any other projects or mods we should know about? Then let us know in the forums.
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