MSI and EK team up to cool the CPU and power delivery on its MPG Z490 Carbon board
What's the best way to evaluate a game about dismantling spaceships? Break it down.
Rick straps on his spurs and prepares for High Noon with Mimimi's games' follow-up to Shadow Tactics.
Back from the depths of modding history, via the bit-tech.net wayback machine - we remember the first mod from our very own macroman. He shows us how he created a winning case - stealth mod heaven!
A true halloween delight - you can own a piece of work from the master himself, Macroman. That's right, Rock is giving away the notebook as a promotion.
You've already seen the music amp mod that we created for the X-Fi. Check out how Chris 'eddie_dane' Newman and Dave 'macroman' Williams put together an Orac-style gaming system.
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.
Three and a half years ago, Dave Williams stunned the modding world with the unveiling of Macro Black - a case mod truly ahead of its time. Today, we revisit this classic project in a modding Blast From The Past.
The Lubic Jules surfaced in Japan this week - a funky perspex case by all accounts. We can't help but feel it is strangely similar to our own Project 3G Clear from 2002.
When VIA asked us to produce a case mod for ECTS 2004, we jumped at the chance. Using Polygfx Caseskin designs, we produced a mean, green K8T800 powered machine.
This guide will tell you all you need to know about modding a humble PSOne LCD into a 5 inch display for your case mod
Want to funk up your case but lack the required airbrush skills? The Polygfx CaseSkin lets your Photoshop do the talking.
Dave Williams, aka macroman, converts a watercooled beast from Koolance into, well, a different water cooled beast.
Intel asked us to create a show case to celebrate the launch of the Pentium 4 3GHz processor. Macroman had the job of creating Project 3G Clear
Macroman controls his fans one BiT at a time by building his own PWM Fan Control circuit
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