We take you through a quick and simple way to spruce up your hardware with a matching colour scheme.
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As the warm weather and holidays draw near, it's a great time to get that mod underway. However if you're lacking inspiration, we've got more fantastic examples lined up again for June 2009's Mod of the Month.
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.
Corsair has a new low cost water-cooling system, the H50, and it's better than the Thermalright Ultra 120 eXtreme.
BFG has paired Nvidia's GeForce GTX 285 with a Danger Den waterblock and overclocked it. Will this make for a tempting purchase or just price it out of its depth? Probably the latter, but at least you can also read about Danger Den's new DD-GTXX285 block - it's like two reviews in one, you lucky blighters.
Online water-cooling equipment retailer closes as a result of current tough economic climate.
Water, water everywhere! Well, only if you've fitted it wrong! We take a look at a pre-watercooled pair of 9800 GTX+ cards in SLI from ECS to see if they can compete with the newer GPUs. Can the 9800 GTX+ ride the wave of awesome frame rates, or is it just all washed out? We find out!
We've all seen those non-conductive fluids that are supposed to be better than water - or at least safer. But do they cool any better? We take a look at three of the top NCFs and decide who's king of the proverbial hill...and if any of them are better than good old water.
August has been...and gone. So it's time to take a look at what our busy modders have been up to during the dog days of summer. That's right - it's time for our next bit-tech Mod of the Month!
It's been a long time in the making, but we're finally getting wet and wild here at bit-tech.net. And we're starting off with a basic primer on water cooling - so if you don't know your ΔT from your ID, it's time to put your plumber's hat on and join us.
Only a short while after Antec delivered the amazing P182, it announces another addition to the P100-series; the Antec P190.
Corsair takes another dive into the watercooling world, ditching the Hydro-Cool 200 in favour of the Nautilus 500. Both are external all-in-one watercooling boxes designed for people new to liquid cooling. Can Corsair keep us cool?
Asetek have slashed prices on their Waterchill kits, with new kits including their awesome new pump / reservoir system.