We take a look at Bitspowers full-cover waterblock for Asus' Asus P8Z77-I Deluxe.
We take a sneak peek at one of the entries to our Raspberry Pi case competition - Phame's 'Wet Pi'
With its giant PH-TC14PE picking up an award, Phanteks is back with a low profile cooler
We strap Arctic's Freezer 11 low-profile cooler to a modern LGA1155 system
Ever wanted to build your own PC case? Well we're taking our first steps too.
Asus, Zotac and ASRock are in the fight to make the most powerful mini-ITX motherboard ever
Sapphire's latest Socket FM1 motherboard promises great overclocking potential.
Zotac has applied its mini-ITX prowess to AMD's new FM1 socket.
Zotac has announced its first Z68 mini-ITX motherboards.
Chinese online services company Tencent has purchased Riot Games for $400 million.
Despite a name that will cause us all to chortle, Silverstone's new fan has design innovations
Inspired by the classic Zenith radios of the 1920s and 1930s, featuring a strong Art Deco style, this scratch built mod reaches the heights of the modding masters, thanks to integrated watercooling and parts from a classic radio to complete the design.
Silent Fibreglass PC caught our attention in 2009 thanks to its unique design and features. A custom water cooling radiator, PS3-esque design and the fact Keir had the skills to make this for a school project saw the project nominated for Mod of the Year too.
It's all over. Here are the winners of the 2009 Mod of the Year competition and also the final four winners who will be receiving reader prizes
There's less than seven days till the competition closes but there's still time to win some prizes. Vote now for your favourite mod.
This truly beautiful mod is crafted out of aluminium and real wooden panels. With the PC hardware cunningly hidden behind panels that fit the build perfectly, we experience yet another moment of modding masterclass with the Cygnus X1.
All too often we take for granted how long it takes to make something very personal. Mike Krysztofiak forges his acrylic cube over two years as he manually cuts, sands, drills his masterpiece of LEDs, watercooling and classic style.
Another month has gone by and it's time again to look at six new and interesting mods we've found in our project log forum.
Old fashioned applicances are rarely considered in modern design but Jeffrey Stephenson's Project: Ingraham is testament to the fact that they go great with modding! Jeffrey explains how it's done.
Atom + Wood is not a spam email for erectile dysfunction, it is in fact a fantastically delicate little box to house an mini-ITX Atom board, housed within a scratch built box crafted out of several different woods for contrasting effect. Click for cuteness and modding excellence within!
This cute little 17cm square motherboard is absolutely jam-packed with features from PCI-Express to HDMI and High-Definition to 65W full AMD CPU support. Could this be the ultimate low power, ultra small form factor home theatre motherboard?
All has been quiet on the Wolverine front for a couple months now. But is that because our crazy Swede has been taking a break? Of course not! Magnus is back with another top end mod, this time with a pretty mirror finish...
The photo "Pickup" by Tim Nash wins the February bit-tech Photo of the Month competition!