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Budget in price, mainstream in aspiration.
Not all water-cooling loops have to be on the level of our 1000D mod!
As the venerable CMWS 2018 drew to a close last month, we look at the mods that nabbed the top spots?
With the interior gutted, it's time to start making the custom panels, starting with the back!
Here's our pick of some of the most impressive projects currently underway in our forum.
We've picked some of the best projects recently completed in our project log forum.
We go through one of the possible methods of producing some tasteful clothing for your naked motherboard.
We've shown the method of cutting and preparing lots of tubes, but how do you actually plan the loop to begin with?
Need to draw a line or sketch a shape? Say no more, fam.
Need to ship your rig abroad, or simply want something safe and cool for LAN? Perhaps a purpose-built flight case is in order.
We're working on something big... really big...
We take a look at the process behind making a set of custom spacers for holding a glass panel in place.
We've teamed up with AMD, Thermaltake, Aorus and, Asus Strix to bring you the chance to win this modded PC this Easter!
Alex recently got to hang out with modding OG Tim Warning aka 'Hukkel'', so let's learn a little more about him.
Email us with your favourite finished projects from 2017 and be in with a chance to win some Corsair goodies.
It's been over a year in the making, but what can only be described as the G5 mod to which all others can be compared to is now finally complete! It's time to take a look at what Apple only wished it designed...
A pretty cool Xbox 360 case mod, called 'Xbox of War', has been posted on the Xbox scene forums. Jump in for a sneak peek.
CeBIT 2006: Visitors to Creative's stand in Hall 23 are in for a special treat this year: a trio of bit-tech case mods to drool over. We built these custom rigs to promote the new X-Fi soundcard range.
Master engraver, Micke Gustafsson, returns with a Fatal1ty-themed project that features a unique twist: colour engraving. Follow his work from the cradle to the (en)grave...
October 14 2021 | 15:04
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