bit-tech Case Modding Update November 2017 in Association with Corsair
Here's our pick of some of the most impressive projects currently underway in our forum.
Here's our pick of some of the most impressive projects currently underway in our forum.
Ode is a musical platformer that's short on length but big on joy.
Qualcomm urges silence, though.
Still claims its software is trustworthy.
Earlier in the week, we published the best games of the year and today it's time to look back at what's happened in the technology industry over the last year. Find out which products are the best of the year, and also which innovations have caught our eye during 2008.
The carpentry legend is back - Nick Falzone, winner of our 2007 Mod of the Year competition, tries his hand at a mini-ITX gaming machine with some absolutely gorgeous results! You will NOT want to miss this one!
Lian Li is back with its latest all aluminium chassis, the PC-9. Cramming space for an ATX motherboard, and four hot-swap hard disks into a very compact design, we take a look to see whether the PC-9 is small and perfectly formed or the runt of the Lian Li litter.
We're a few days late on announcing November's Mod of the Month contenders, but as a bonus we've arranged an extra prize for the lucky winner of this month's competition. Read, vote and tell us your thoughts on this month's contenders!
Is it a case? Is it a test bench? No, it's the Antec Skeleton! With a unique open air approach to keeping your hardware cool. We take a look to see if Antec's minimalist new chassis has what it takes to shake up the PC case market.
Lian Li has extended its manufacturing capabilites with the intention of contracting in work from other OEMs.
Cooler Master has resurrected its famous ATCS line of cases with the new Cooler Master ATCS 840. With all over aluminium construction, stylish looks and a truck load of high end features, we take a look to see whether the ATCS 840 can live up to the ATCS reputation.
Pro-modder Butterkneter delivers a simply stunning slice of African savannah with his Far Cry 2 themed PS3, featuring everything from giant ants, to a human skull! With fantastic attention to detail and brilliant craftsmanship, you've got to see this mod to believe it!
Cooler Master cases are enormously popular in the world of case modding, and today we take a look at the newest offering from the case supremo, the HAF 932. Can this high airflow beast impress, or is it full of hot air? Read on to find out!
Even if you're not a fan of the series you'll want to check this out. Not only is Boddaker's attention to detail incredible, but innovations like the DVD mounting really set this mod apart from many others. We've got 12 pages and a couple of hundred photos of this mod for you to spend the rest of your day enjoying!
September has already come and almost gone, and thirty more days of modding have flown along with it. As always, we've lined up five of the best projects to go head to head in our Mod of the Month competition, each ready to claim the title for September. So grab a look and give your vote!
Nvidia recently filed an 8-K report with the SEC, stating that it had reached an agreement in the GPU antitrust class action case.
Today we take a look at the Hiper Osiris, a case made almost entirely from military grade metal alloy. Can this military wannabee pass muster and be promoted to bit-tech greatness, or will it wash out at boot camp? Read on to find out!
We take a look at the eagerly awaited Lian Li PC-XB01, the first complete replacement chassis for the Microsoft Xbox 360. Promising improved cooling and quieter operation, but at the cost of your Xbox's three year warranty, we investigate to see whether the PC-XB01 is worth the risk.
If you love inspirational wooden cases we've got a mod you have to check out. Just in time to wrap up the summer, resident modder cc3d has recycled many-a-tree in his latest project - FiveWood.
The excitement level in the office has risen in a crescendo of ohhhs and ahhhs - our Lian Li XB01 has finally arrived! Offering a replacement enclosure for the ever popular Xbox 360, join us as we unbox and give our first impressions of this warranty voiding aluminium wonder!
Just in time for i34, Paul (aka Coolmiester) has wrapped up another mod boasting some impressive hardware and a gorgeous cooling system. As always, we were more than anxious to get a look inside...
We're baaaack! The month of July is coming to a close, and that means it's time again for us to bring you some of the world's best works in progress hand picked straight from our forums. That's right, it's time for Mod of the Month for July!
We take a look at the new HTPC and high end gaming case from the Taiwanese case supremo, Lian Li. With an entirely unique case layout and design, and sporting some impressive cooling ability, it is indeed both high and mighty?
At bit-tech we've teamed up with Immortal Gaming to offer a rather unique case as a prize. A limited edition Lian Li AMD Spider Chassis - check out the details of this awesome competition within.
Zalman, long a staple of the ultra high-end case market, tries it's hand at a case aimed firmly at the mid range, with the GS1000. Sporting some impressive features, we investigate to see whether the GS1000 can compete in the most competitive of price ranges.
Reliably testing CPU heatsinks can be a tricky business, with so many variables capable of jeopardising accurate results. For this reason, we've re-assessed our testing methodology, and put some of the most popular and high-performing heat sinks through their paces in our new standard test setup.
COMPUTEX 2008: We've got news and another pictures about Lian Li's Xbox 360 case, as well as other new cases and a new fan controller.
COMPUTEX 2008: Silverstone goes from neat and smooth, to angled and aggressive as it attempts to reinvent the case as we know it.
The April showers have passed, so it's time to see if the month of May has brought us any great growth of excellent mods. Today, we've got another five of the best and brightest of our forums to compete in May's Mod of the Month. The prize? More work! Read on to find out why...
Akasa's Eclipse-62 chassis has been a stalwart in the company's range for a long time now. Today we look at the Mirage-62, which looks strikingly similar to the Eclipse. We find out what's different and whether Akasa has improved on a tried and tested design.
It's big, aluminium and Taiwanese - could it be a return to form for Lian Li, one of the most esteemed and respected case designers? It certainly looks that way, but the only way to be sure it check out our review!
Things have been fairly quiet from our Mod of the Year winner Nick Falzone. Granted, that's because he's spent the winter in the beautiful city of Florence, Italy studying architecture. But that doesn't mean he's not been modding - and we have his latest build to prove it.
Lian Li will launch ten new cases between now and Computex. We went to visit the company's headquarters to get the details.
Cooler Master didn't have much to show us out in Taipei, but it's working on a project that looks to give case design a new edge.
It has one of the oddest names ever, but this spiffy little Lancool case also has a lot of potential if you're on the lookout for something small, light and suitable for hauling your system around in. Let's just hope it performs well in our stress tests...
The Gigabyte iSolo 210 may look dinky and unassuming, but something tells us that there may be some minor miracles going on under the hood. It's time to go hands-on then and do a full review of this ATX chassis!
We round up this year's CeBIT tradeshow looking at the best of those that didn't make our news feed last week. We've got products from Akasa, Asus, BFGTech, CoolIT, Cooler Master, Corsair, Gigabyte, Lian Li, MSI, OCZ, Seasonic, Tagan, Zalman and more!
CeBIT 2008: The FT01 is curvy like its bigger brother, but cheaper and smaller.
CeBIT 2008: Interesting and quirky Cooler Master's Cosmos cases littered its booth this year - take a look at what we snapped.
Internal Microsoft emails have revealed that the software giant lowered the Vista Capable requirements after caving in to pressure from Intel.
We take a look at the newest Lian Li case on the market, the aluminium Armoursuit PC-P80. Not only that, but we've bagged the super-special ATI CrossFireX Edition of the case, complete with extra engravings and case details - check it out within!
Cooler Master has gone over the original Cosmos design, tweaked it and come up with this. It's got a new aluminium chassis, a revised cooling system and a funky touch-sensitive button. But can it stand up to our critical eye? There's only one way to find out...
Are you looking for the ultimate home theatre case? Well, look no further because Zalman has sent it to us - we have a look at the HD160XT Plus, a 100 percent aluminium design with looks to die for. It even has a 7" touch screen to tie it all off. Excessive? Awesome? Costly? We find out.
The Apevia X-Telstar Junior is a budget-option ATX chassis with a fan controller, temperature display, side-window and internal thermometer - but is it any good? We find out in our stress test and review!
The votes are in and the second annual Mod of the Year contest is now closed. Read on to find out who won...
The ThermalTake Armour+ may not be everyones idea of a great-looking case, but it certainly has it where it counts. We take a look at the rather striking Armour+ to see if this LAN gamers case can withstand our testing of if it is more a case of -Armour. Ha!