We look at some of October's best completed modding projects
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.
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.
Neptune was the Roman god of the sea and forum user Boddaker - otherwise known as Brian Carter - has taken this theme to the limit with one of the best Lian Li V2000 mods we've ever seen.
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!
It's that time again. We've got six new mods to show you plucked straight from our thriving modding forums. Read, drool then vote on the one you'd like to win October's Mod of the Month
We've got yet another article full of modding to show you this month. Six new nominees are up as contenders for your votes, all hoping to win September's edition of Mod of the Month.
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.
With the summer drawing to a close it's time to take a look at what our modding community has achieved during the last few months. That's right, it's time for August's edition of Mod of the Month.
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.
Steampunk Frankenstein by Dana Mattocks is a water-cooled, eight foot giant of a PC featuring countless antique components scrounged and fitted together in a way only a true modder knows how! The result is an insane mass of brass fittings, cogs and wheels with eerie lighting that looks incredible.
His clean cut, super car inspired mods are always a big hit on our forums and Coolmiester's ATCS 840 is no exception. The red Ardent paint scheme commonly found on the Lotus Elise combined with lots of chrome fittings are the cherry on the cake.
David Penfold's Overclocked Orange was inspired by the winner of Custom PC's Dream PC 2008 winner, the Scan Great White. The attention to detail in his water-cooled orange monster is impressive as is its specification and gorgeous powder coating.
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!
bit-tech modding guru Max Erlandsson has made yet another stonking scratch build with his latest home theatre PC project. With beautiful lines mixing industrious looks and subtle curves make this a mod you'll really want to see!