Read and vote on six of the best new PC modding projects from our forums
This is our pick of the best in-progress PC mods and scratchbuilds from in forum this month
We've picked six of the best in-progress projects - vote for your favourites
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Forum user Pfaffen's project is a working miniature replica of the famous Cray-1 supercomputer.
Sleepstreamer's ARES packs an Asus Ares graphics card, six Intel SSDs and and Corsair water cooling
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Forum user GinoTheCop turns his dreams into reality with this beautiful scratchbuild.
Is this sub-£60 case with built-in fan control a bargain or a box of fail?
His first project took our forums by storm - nearly a year later, AnG3L returns.
We joined some of Europe's best modders in Spain at Campus Party Europe.
We take a look some of the best projects on on our forum that we've seen throughout the month of February. Make sure you vote for your favourite in this latest instalment of Mod of the Month.
Pyramids have ancient and futuristic auras about them thanks to the Pharaohs and films such as Stargate. Henk Hamers, bit-tech's very own 'Gup' Pyramid-shaped mod was one of the best projects of 2009. Check out the in-depth write up, pictures and video!
You might be a Dremel daemon or jigsaw juggernaut but if your project log is filled with dark, blurry photos, you're not doing your PC the justice it deserves. Here are some tips and tricks to make your project log sparkle.
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.
We're back with a batch of six new projects in 2010's first installment of Mod of the Month. It's already shaping up to be another fantastic year for modding with plenty of work having been done over Christmas.
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.
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.
BluBawx by E.E.L. Ambiense is in league with the simplest yet highest quality of acrylic scratch builds out there. If cute mini-ITX mods are what you love to see, you'll certainly want to check this out!
Forum regular thechoozen, otherwise known as Martin Blass, talks us through his awesome Cosmos Dragon mod which features copious amounts of green and black acrylic as well as custom made watercooling hardware!
He's one of bit-tech's most prolific modders and Lumière Noire clocked up over 70,000 views on our project log forum. Lumière Noire is now complete and E.L.L Ambiense is here to take us through the build from start to finish.
Asus' Rampage II Gene is small, looks great and boasts top notch overclocking meaning micro-ATX can at last be sexy. Sleepstreamer takes us through his Rampage scratch build that melds acrylic, aluminium and a tasty black and red design.
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.