Bit-tech Modding Update - January 2015 in association with Corsair

Mod of the Year is now behind us (if you missed all the eye-candy you can see all the fantastic projects here) but that also means we have a whole new year of modding to look forward to.

We start 2015 with our first batch of completed projects that set the bar pretty high, despite being the first we've seen to be completed in the last month or so. Unsurpringly we've got a Parvum case in the mix, plus a very interesting case mod using In Win's D Frame Mini. Finally, and to quite a bit of fanfare on social media, new case company Hex Gear is here too, with case modder snef's latest build.

We're delighted to have Corsair as our 2015 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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Bit-tech Modding Update - January 2015 in association with Corsair  Bit-tech Modding Update - January 2015 in association with Corsair Corsair will be giving one lucky modder their choice of six fans every month. To be in with a chance of winning them, all you have to do is enter your project to our Case Mod Index or Scratchbuild Index.

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:

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
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 this month in our random raffle is forum user thechoozen who submitted his fantastic Cooler Master Mystique case mod 'Peacemaker' to our Case Mod Index. You can see the full log here.

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

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Icy Blue Angel II by snef

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LUMO by B NEGATIVE

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MOD04 - Parvum ITX Enthusiast by HackJoe



Click on the images above to see the projects or click here to go to the first one.
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