bit-tech Case Modding Update June 2018 in Association with Corsair

Written by Alex Banks

July 16, 2018 | 14:00

Tags: #casemod #competition #modder #modding-update

Companies: #corsair

Another month means another modding update, where we delve into the Project Logs forum to see which builds are currently in progress. June's often a month where people start new projects, with competitions and newly-released parts from Computex filtering though. As such, there are a lot of promising builds in their infancy right now. So in stark contrast to that, it seemed fitting to select likely the longest currently-running project log to feature - haha. The breadth of processes used in these four projects is, as ever, astounding, with welding, CNC cutting, recycling, turning, milling, painting, grinding, etc. all on show. Which is your favourite?

Don't forget to look through the logs themselves as I can only highlight some of the details here - believe me it's worth it!

Entering our Modding Update competition is very easy. All you need to do to enter the Modding Update is to have a build log underway in our forum with the 'In Progress' prefix on your post. You can find out more here.

You can see the latest finished projects in Mod of the Month plus more modding and water-cooling features in our Modding Section.

Corsair will be giving one lucky modder a Triple Pack of LL120-series Double Light Loop RGB fans every month. To be in with a chance of being featured in our monthly Modding Update and winning them, all you have to do is post your build log in our forums.

The project log needs to be in bit-tech's forum. We can't promise to feature all projects, but everyone is in with a good chance of getting in.

Last month, the winner was Starwars X-Wing by random2k4. Congratulations! We will contact you soon regarding the prizes.

We regret that Corsair's worldwide coverage with shipping no longer includes South America and Africa due to continuing issues with shipping to these locations. This is beyond our control, so we sincerely apologise to anyone in these areas, as we'll be unable to honour their prizes for the foreseeable future.

This Month's Contenders

Station Launch by MPC

MAD MAX Tribute by mnpctech

Project Metallurgy by Maarten/Pine

The Iron Turnip by Cheapskate

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