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  1. 15 points
    OK, I'm in a foul mood, so I throw out royal edicts and stuff. Politically correct isn't my thing, either. We've been fairly lax on the rules, but we on the verge of becoming THAT ONE SITE where the project logs are dominated with posts filled only with hot air. I've seen logs that don't even have a PLAN lately.:( This stuff chases off potential enthusiasts. Imagine skimming through threads for 30 minutes and finding nothing but, "Imma gonna, but I don't know how." PLEASE do not start a thread here until you have some actual progress to show, pictures, or have even bought a camera. No one is going to "Watch this space," for months because you are going to do, "something awesome." Save the dreams, butterflies, and pixie dust for somewhere else. Here we are interested only in blue smoke, power tools, and metal shavings.
  2. 4 points
    Bill Owen

    It's 2020 and WE'RE BACK!!!!

    Apologies about the forums being offline. Hopefully we're back up for the long haul now.
  3. 4 points
    Hello there ya mod monkeys!! Well I have been busy lately! Finished up Grey Matter, started my Fractal Design build, and also started a 4x2CNC build. I took the case feet from my Fractal build and moved them to this project because I have a good idea for them. I want to thank the companies so far supporting this build, I appreciate it! About this project: Again I was looking into color schemes that are not often worked with, I wanted to do something unique and creative like Grey Matter, so I decided to use a ROG theme!:thumb: Haha just playing! I decided on a polished copper and white theme, I am calling it Cyprus 29. I came up with the name because the first copper mines in the world were located on the island of Cyprus and 29 is the atomic number on the periodic table for copper. I have some copper sheet, white paint and acrylic, polished copper finish paint, polished copper vinyl wrap. I will be using white Primochill revolvers with 1/2" copper tubing and white pastel liquid. Its going to be an interesting theme and a lot of fun to do! Here will be the compiled list of components: <> PC Components: [x] Case : Cooler Master HAF 935 [x] PSU : Cooler Master V750w Semi-modular Gold Plus [x] CPU: Intel [x] MoBo: Asus z97 Sabertooth [x] RAM: [x] GPU: 2x Evga 780 GTX [x] SSD: 2x Corsair Force LX 256Gb - Raid 0 [x] Optical: <> Water Cooling System: [x] 2x Handmade acrylic waterfall reservoirs [x] Primochill 1/2"OD PETG Tubing [x] 15x Primochill Nickel Plated Bulkhead [x] 50x Primochill Revolver Fittings - Straight Knurl [x] Primochill Intensifier Sicle Colors [x] Swiftech Apogee XL - Clear - CPU Block [x] 2x Swiftech Komodo-NV GPU Block [x] Swiftech 240mm Radiator [x] Swiftech 360mm Radiator [x] Swiftech PWM MCP35x2 Pump - With Heatsink <> Mod Parts: [x] 1/8" white acrylic sheet [x] 1/8" clear acrylic sheet [x] 3/8" aluminum clockwerk case cubes [x] 3mm white LED [x] Mod/Smart white MaxCord paracord [x] 2x Mod/Smart 20 light LED board Parts bought from MNPCtech.com M3 PC Radiator screws. PC Modders Mesh Sheets. Rubber U-channel panel edge and window trim. Alright. With all that out of the way, lets take a look at this beast of a case. First thing I did was get it out of the box and tear some of it down to start planning the component orientation. Thanks again to Cooler Master North America for the case! In case you missed them on he Black Frost Fractal build, here are the beast mode case feet from Casefeet.com. I am going to paint them copper and make white rings for them. One gripe I found about the case is these glued in filters, they are a paint when it comes to modding. So I proceeded to razor them all out. For the component orientation I decided on, I will be using the small case on the bottom as a pedestal. and I also flipped the case so the back door is now the front window so I can flip the motherboard 270°. then I did a little prep work and painted the mesh. I painted it a bright white and the plastic panels will be painted with polished copper. Ill have some of that next update. First I scuffed the mesh then washed it off. Let it dry then tack cloth it. Then I sprayed paint adhesive then the paint follow by clear coat. I am using acrylic lacquer paint now as opposed to acrylic enamel in the past. Well that is what I have for now. I should have an update at least once a week, I try for every Monday. I hope you enjoyed it and are excited as I am! Talk to you all very soon!
  4. 4 points
    Mod your own PC with supplies from Mnpctech! ] OPEN TO ALL COUNTRIES! Steps to enter Giveaway of Fractal-Design Define R4 Case Mod by MNPCTECH 1. Register as new member on The Mod Zoo Forums, HERE 2. Reply to this post with description of what you would do if you owned this case? ..and when you have time, please "Like" Tokyoidaho fanpage You have until Midnight, Central Time on 5/15/14. I will announce the winner's name on 5/16/14 I'm giving away this modified Fractal-Design Define R4 Mid Tower case. The theme was inspired by the band, Tokyoidaho. I'm a long time fan of the craftsmanship of the Fractal-Design cases and their prices are easy on the wallet. Fractal was kind enough to send me their White Define R4 mid tower to modify for this Giveaway. The Define R4 retails for very reasonable $89.99 on Newegg Fractal Design Define R4 White case, Only $99 at Newegg The Fractal Design Define R4 is the midi tower in the Define Series of computer cases offering minimalistic and stunning Scandinavian design fused with maximum sound reduction, configurability and functionality. The Define R4 side and front door panels are fitted with dense, sound-absorbing material making it a benchmark for noise reduction. Moreover, the Define R4 accommodates up to 8 HDDs, all modern graphics card sizes, and multiple ventilation options - including two standard Silent Series R2 hydraulic bearing fans - to keep internal components at optimal temperatures. For ultimate functionality, the Define R4 features a front interface with USB 3.0 and an integrated three-speed fan controller behind the front panel door. Key featuresHigh density noise-reducing material for an optimal silent case - To achieve a high level of noise reduction, material with mass should be incorporated which is what we strive to achieve with the dense bitumen used on the side panelsPatent pending ModuVent™ design allowing the user to choose between optimal silence or maximum airflowTop HDD cage (5 trays total) can be rotated 90 degrees or removed for additional airflow or to accommodate long graphic cards up to 430mm in lengthThree-speed fan controller is strategically integrated in the front panel and supports up to 3 fansTwo Silent Series R2 fans included, featuring hydraulic bearings contributing to a longer life expectancy – Silent Series R2 retail fans will now come standard in all casesWider case body that allows for improved cable routing behind the motherboard – now 26mm wideNew tool-less front fan holder makes switching front fans a breezeTwo SSDs can be mounted on the back of the motherboard plate in addition to the 8 slots in the HDD trays, for a total of 10 SSD positions availableSpecificationsATX, Micro ATX, Mini ITX motherboard compatibility7 + 1 expansion slots2 - 5.25" bays8 - 3.5" HDD trays - all compatible with SSDs, 2 - 2.5" extra SSD positions3 - ModuVent™ plates - two in the top and one in the side7 - fan positions (2 Silent Series R2 fans included)Filtered fan slots in the front and bottomCPU coolers up to 170mm tall (when no fan is installed in the side panel)ATX PSUs up to 170mm deep when using the bottom fan location, when not using this fan location longer PSUs (up to 270mm deep) can be usedGraphics cards up to 295mm in length with the top HDD cage installedWith the top cage removed, graphics cards up to 430mm in length may be installed26mm of space for cable routing behind the motherboard plateThick rubber grommets on all holes on the motherboard plateColours available: Black Pearl, Titanium Grey, Arctic WhiteCase dimensions (WxHxD): 232 x 464 x 523mmPackage dimensions (WxHxD): 320 x 535 x 610mmNet weight: 12.3 kg Here are the PC Case Modding Parts & Products from Mnpctech used in this case mod 1x Mnpctech Billet PC Window Frame Kit, Black Anodized 1x Cast Acrylic Sheet Transparent Red PC Case Window 1x 12" Super Bright RED Darkside Dimmable LED light strip 1x Mnpctech Billet 280 2.140 Liquid PC Radiator grill, Black Anodized with two 140mm Prolimatech RED LED PC Cooling fans 280 billet radiator grill is mounted with 8x Mnpctech "Screw'd RED M3 Radiator Screws 1x Mnpctech Billet Overkill "Ring" Custom Gaming PC Fan Grill 1x 120mm Sharkoon RED Shark Blade PC Cooling Fan 1x Set of Mnpctech White Delrin PC Case Feet 4x Anodized RED PC Case Thumbscrews The Giveaway case utilizes Red LED light strip pictured above, Mnpctech is now offering other color LED PC light strips here, http://mnpctech.com/pc-led-lights/ White Red Green Blue Orange UV The Fractal-Design case mod by Mnpctech includes one Set of Mnpctech White Delrin PC Case Feet
  5. 4 points
    Great job on the review Jay. This is first time I've seen a radiator include a custom grill, too. I'm looking forward to seeing more Liquid Cooling product reviews on the Zoo!
  6. 4 points
    Congrats to spidey81! look forward to seeing your build.
  7. 4 points
    It can be a mess with FB voting but o well. It's all about the fun! May the best mod win and everyone have fun. :)/>
  8. 4 points
    E.E.L. Ambiense

    Hello and Introductions

    Hi, I am Jeremy. I have an addiction; to cutting computer cases up. *Hangs head in shame* "Hi, Jeremy!"
  9. 4 points
    toby1kanobi

    Hello and Introductions

    Ahoy hoy Most of you will know me from the MNPCtech Facebook page and to a latter extent from your nightmares A professional moderator for several years turned Bill Owen's dogs body and minion Freelance system builder, graphic artist, 3D animator, modder, tech reviewer and egomaniac all on one convenient package
  10. 3 points
    Kylevdm

    Hello and Introductions

    Hello! This is going to be a thread for you to introduce yourself to us, let us know a bit about you and where you are from, I will start! **** Hello, my name is Kyle van der Merwe also know as Kylevdm, I am the host of The Mod Zoo podcast and have been around the modding scene since I was 14... I have a number of projects floating about you can see them all in my sub forum. I split my time between Glasgow, UK and Brussels, Belgium neither have great weather....
  11. 3 points
    Been a while since I've posted a project log, so for those who don't know me, or don't remember, Hi, I'm Mosquito, also known as Chris, and I'm a case modding enthusiast A coworker and I were talking about some of the case mods I've done in the past, and as a result wanted to try watercooling his BitFenix Portal case. He thought switching back to the Wraith cooler for the CPU, and doing a custom loop with a 120mm radiator for just the GPU would be all he'd get. I told him I bet I could fit a 240mm radiator in there, so that's what we've decided to go after... It actually took a lot less modding than I thought it might, as we got relatively lucky with the radiator just clearing the GPU block, but we'll get into that more later. First things first, this is the Bit Befnix Portal, for those who are not familiar Something that makes things a little weird, is that the chassis slides out of the main shell, so we had to make sure we allowed that to continue working through all this. This is what the 'stock' build consisted of. ASRock B350 ITX, Ryzen 1600X, and an RX Vega 56. First things first, gotta tear that down. With the case empty this is, roughly speaking, what we intend to make happen. Removing the back fascia gives a pretty compact little chassis. Though with some indexing pins on the bottom, it doesn't sit on the workbench very well! Next up, remove the drive cage. I'm not sure why this wasn't easily removable, as the bottom is mostly held in place by some sliding connections, but never the less there were 6 rivets to drill out After some fiddling around, we realized that it was going to be a lot more work to get the radiator mounted on the outside of the case, so we would have to make fans in front work instead. Next up, we'll have to get it to fit both fans up front, so stay tuned for that, and please ask questions, post comments, and let me know what you think. Forums are about community, whether we all agree or not
  12. 3 points
    random2k4

    Starwars X-Wing by RandomDesign

    Time is running out, so here we go with another update. This time, I finished the BB-8 unit that will sit at the back of the X-Wing. First, I printed and processed the BB-8 I filled in smaller gaps and coated all with some layers of spray filler. After some wet sanding, one layer of grey primer followed. Next, the first layer of color was applied. I sprayed on some white to give the BB-8 a nice uniform look to begin with. Then, I masked some spots for the first highlights. Orange was dabbed on to give it a more used look and not make it look to perfect. After the orange dried, I applied the silver parts. For more depth, I used a very fine brush and colored all small gaps in black. In addition, some small chipping effects were added. Therefore, I painted some spots black. Then, silver paint was applied. But make sure to leave a thin rim of black to create a 3 dimensional effect. Cause the X-Wing will be painted in a used look, and the BB-8 also has traveled to space a lot, I needed to weather him too. I applied brown and black color on edges to make him look a bit dirty. Now there were only two parts missing. The lights and the lense. For the lense, I used a left over, I casted in resin for another project. It was sanded to fit in the BB-8 and hold by friction. Two blue and one red LED were installed for a little illumination highlight. The entire unit also got a wash with a mixture of black paint and water to dull down the white surfeces a bit more. A servo is already included to make the head move to the left and right.
  13. 3 points
    Nicolas Bidel

    STAR WARS - The Naboo Modding

    thx for the coments. it's finished ouf, many work last days Now, go to CoolerMaster Casemod 2013 !! But there are so mutch wonderfull rigs O.O
  14. 3 points
    Ronnie Hara

    Cosmos Se- Steel Dragon

    I'm here again for new photos of the project and also for the final photos of my work all this time. I would love to thank everyone who followed this project and especially thank my sponsors and everyone who helped me in some way. My special thanks to Cooler Master, Aquatuning Europe, MSI International, MNPCTECH.com, X-Zone, Junpus Thermal Grease, Casemodder.com.br, Kizunas Cars, Acha Facil finishing the project with the stickers Final Photos
  15. 3 points
    Well, time for some final photos. I will have a later update, once I’ve had a chance to get a video posted of the screen in action… Enjoy :) I couldn’t bring myself to leave the blu-ray drive visible all the time. For how little I actually use it, I liked hiding it this way :) Um… problem? Lol That’s all for this one. Hopefully back soon with some video of it in action. Thanks to everyone for all their support and comments throughout this build, it was a really fun project. Thanks again to NZXT for sponsoring this build
  16. 3 points
    IanDD

    Project Raystorm Desk - Pine desk build

    Thanks Guys :) TBH I am used to people being negative about this build, I usually get asked why spend money to cool rubbish hardware or why have dual loops, or why don't you just buy a case, its less effort. Most people that are critical thou, are the ones who are very young, and do not use there own money for mods, or they are single with no family commitments, I am not going to apologise that my family comes before computer hardware! Personally I don't ever really worry about what hardware is in a mod, tbh it all pretty much looks the same anyway, a mobo, is a mobo and a gcard, is a gcard, they all pretty much look the same. Its the actual builds I like looking at, seeing how someone's idea's come together. Part of the design process is working with what you have, in my case I do not have a huge amount of space, so I have to design accordingly :)
  17. 3 points
    You could toatally mount the feet to the grill and have the awesomest coaster ever.:lol:
  18. 3 points
    Bill Owen

    Episode 8: Dyed Laughter

    I'm that guy, who drives a POS car everyday, to the shop that builds Hot Rods for his customers....lol
  19. 3 points
    Waynio

    Hello and Introductions

    Hi everyone :)/> Known as Waynio on forums, just left a forum with finally being too disheartened & this looks like an awesome alternative, my passion for modding is as high as ever, just my tollerance for haters has gone walkies, didn't take long at all for me that, it did only need a couple more gentle pushes for that. :D/> My skin is pretty thick but not thick enough to continue at the place I frequented the most, considering the people who are running this ship I think I'll like it a lot here & I'll join in when I can. :)/> Hope you welcome this stray occasionally mad dog (when bugged) to the zoo. :D/>
  20. 3 points
    Kylevdm

    Adding a YouTube video to your post.

    Hey all, As many of you may have noticed the software behind this board is different to what you will have used before, and in my mind it is awesome! However, getting YouTube videos to embed in posts is different. [media]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XX26IQf9dsA[/media] Using the above, will give you this.
  21. 3 points
    frickmeister

    Hello and Introductions

    Hello, my name is Bill Frick (Yes, it's really my last name and Please don't ask how I got it, I was kinda born into it) and I've been drooling all over myself looking at many past and current mod's. I was dragged here screaming and kicking by Toby1Kanobi and have never bothered to look for an exit since I realized his curse was really a gift. I currently reside in Spring Hill, Florida but claim Detroit as my original stomping ground.
  22. 3 points
    John Hanlon

    Hello and Introductions

    I've been doing computer software and testing since before PCs were invented. Retired now. I've been modding computers since the early 1990s when we didn't even have a name for. I'm glad to be here.
  23. 3 points
    Bill Owen

    Hello and Introductions

    Hello and Welcome! I started Mnpctech in 2001 and modify PCs for high profile clientelle around the world. We also design and manufacture our own modding accessories which are available at online retailers that include frozencpu, kustompcUK and performance-pcs. I live to mod in the frozen tundra, Minnesota
  24. 2 points
    Cheapskate

    Puddidium235

    -Hey, kids. Remember how I said the bad tolerances would bite me in the butt? ...Yeah. Those are some really bad tolerances. I may be breaking this up and trying again. For now, I'm tweaking the reservoir model and focusing on that. I also have to figure out how to level the tube cut. I apologize for taking baby steps here, but there's so many places I can screw up. ---Old post/New post--- I probably should drop what little I have. I ran into another hiccup, and then got more vacant property. -I milled the test gears sometime around Feb. That's a 1mm bit to get into the cracks. -This is where I figured out it was the cheap bits that was making stuff out of spec. I managed to get perfect friction fits on the stainless steel shafts. That mismatching profile on the small gear was bothering me, though. -Yep. the middle gear doesn't mesh. So I can't continue the reservoir until I find a solution, and I can't make the chassis because I can't get mill parts from China... By the way, Buy stuff from MNPCTech so he can mill me some parts some day. -On that note; With my rental repairs, I've always had what I call the "end of the week/month" jinx. Whenever someone asks if I'll be done by the end of __X__, Something happens to make more work. Something breaks, the city floods, etc. Right before Corona hit, 5 separate people asked if my current repair job would be done within the end of March. So I guess you can blame me for the current chaos. -I used this time to clean up some of the garage, though. I thought this could use some paint after 80 years of abuse.
  25. 2 points
    More work on the handles. I made grooves in the handles using the big router in previous picture. Now just cut both of those in half and I will have my four handels. And a few pictures without tape.
  26. 2 points
    Defyant

    Defyant's Light Blade

    And some vids of the active music sync Heavy doof .... turn ya music dooooown! something a bit softer. something a bit more boring '
  27. 2 points
    Bill Owen

    Future Guests?

    It would have to be a Monday with 7am start for Daniel, since hes in Australia. How about you as our guest this Sunday, @bungwirez Do you have a decent webcam and Mic? PM me for details btw, We're having Robert Hallock from AMD on next Sunday, so post ANY questions you have about AMD
  28. 2 points
    Cheapskate

    Corsair 350D Overwatch Case Mod

    Well, You are in Washington. I figured the paint wasn't even dry yet. Laser means you can get some serious stuff made. If you can draw it out in 3d, you are set. -Think like those wooden dinosaur skeleton models.
  29. 2 points
    What are some movie inspired case mod themes you would love to create or see? Here are some I would love to do in mod someday. Escape from New York! Planet of The Apes BULLITT The THING, Kurt Russel version
  30. 2 points
    THRASHER2

    Show Us Your Workshop!!

    Here is the Mod Garage Clean....
  31. 2 points
    I just mounted my post drill (drill press) in the garage this weekend... though I don't think it's quite what you had in mind lol
  32. 2 points
    The Winner of the case is "Catking" I will PM you today, to congratulate you for your full name and address :D
  33. 2 points
    thank you very much my friends for the comments
  34. 2 points
    Photos of 810 for PureOverclock.com painted by Brad Galvin for Mnpctech, ....we're packing her for shipping out to Stan Miranda today... I love how the exterior of the 810 fit this paint theme
  35. 2 points
    Complx

    RGD - Scratch Built Monitor Stand

    Going to check three things off the list stuff do to: - Cable management - Lighting - Minor Monitor Adjustments Here we go! Finished! So currently all that is left on my to do list is: - Make USB hub that will sit flush with bottom of one of the monitors - Painting or anodizing the hinges Stay Tuned!
  36. 2 points
    drougnor

    What's your Modding soundtrack

    I have to go with Iron Maiden - Powerslave - One of my all time favorite bands and when building PCs, who doesn't want MORE POWER?
  37. 2 points
    Bill Owen

    Phanteks Enthoo

    Yay! Hello Bill, Thank you for your interest in our case. We will be delighted to have you review our case. I will contact you as soon as we get our inventory in maybe around early July. Thanks again for your interest. Sincerely, Phanteks
  38. 2 points
    Thanks to some Members buying a few larger cases, I made room for more Chrome Shelving. You can never have enough Shelving :^)
  39. 2 points
    Modding boy - I just wanted to thank you. After seeing what you did with the grill you made it taught me that some complex things can be made with basic tools. I'm sure your not the first to do this but you were the one that took the time to post it at the right time for me. I'm working on a back panel and it is working for me, A little time and patience and a lot can be done. Anyway you have really helped me and thank you.
  40. 2 points
    Andrew_k

    New Corsair H80i and H100i!

    Corsair announced a new line of H80 and H100 coolers today. The updates look very promising, and it's always nice to see companies innovating on existing ideas. Some of these improvements are quite daayumn impressive... The [MAGNETIC!] mounting bracket, increased performance, and software UI to name a few. I like! Improvements include: Improved rubber tubing (better flexibility and durability) OD increased to 14.3mm (correct me if I'm wrong, Brits, this should mean 1/2"ID, 3/4"OD tubing diameters) Now shipped with Corsair's new fans designed for better rad airflow Completely new magnetic fully universal mounting system. No screws, no hassle, scratch resistant. [To clarify, this is for the mounting bracket on the back of the mobo] (is this real life?) Out of the box ready to interface with Corsair's V2 Link software. No more button on the heatsink itself. You can now use a pretty and effective UI on your PC instead! Customizable (via software) RGB LED logo. Prettttttttyyy! Source: http://www.corsair.c...id-cpu-coolers/
  41. 2 points
    Win with the Mod Zoo & Mayhems & Specialtech Updated 07 Nov 2012 Prizes have been donated to us from www.mayhems.co.uk and http://www.specialtech.co.uk/ Lets keep this as simple as possible. Say hello and introduce yourself below in this post and if you already have a rig with any of Mayhems products in, post a Picture for a extra chance of winning. Rules This Comp is open world wide. Mayhems or the Mod Zoo are "NOT" responsible for any import duty incurred. Any one can enter that includes Mod Zoo Staff. None of Mayhems Staff can enter. Mayhems is sole responsible for this comp. Mayhems will Pay for postage of the items however we will choose if you get concentrate or Full premix based on were in the world you live. Mayhems will contact you via PM through The Mod Zoo forum if you are the winner. You will need to supply your details. These details will not be passed onto any 3rd parties and are only used to send you your prizes. No money will be offered in place of goods. The comp will close on the 30 Nov 2012 Winners will be announced soon after How to Enter Simply say hello and introduce yourself below If you have a Mayhems Product in you PC all ready post a Picture of it and we will enter you 2 times. For a bonus chance post a link on facebook or twitter to this Post and all so link in you facebook or twitter username so we can check in the same post. Prizes 1st Place Prize = £50 worth of Mayhems Coolant products from our store + XSPC AMD / Intel Raystrom Block + Koolance PMP-450 High flow Pump + Lamptron 12" UV CCFL Kit and Lamptron 4 x CCFL Power inverter with Alu Housing. (if i find any more stuff ill add it on) 2nd Place = £40 worth of Mayhems Coolant products from our store 3rd Place = Random Gift set of products from Mayhems.​ Have fun and enjoy you stay. If you have any questions not related to this comp please make a separate thread and ask away.
  42. 2 points
    k.3nny

    Coolermasters CES show case

    This, I am ashamed this is dutch :(/> All text and commentairy in dutch! pics speaks for themself! http://nl.hardware.i...bon-mod-systeem *dafuck?
  43. 2 points
    Let me add this thought up. In the other hand, voting in 30% is still a good idea. Why??? Because if we rely in judges only, the winners will depend on judges taste not on the deserving winners, why? because I experience this a lot of times before. (I'm not questioning or attacking our CM Judges) but think about it. Judges should be architects, industrial designers or engineer or someone who really understands "Designs" and principles not just modding. Modding today is not just about doing holes in a pc or parts, it should have a sense of design, because without design, then modding shouldn't be a contest, because everyone can blow holes or cut metals or bend materials, but doing it with style and design, that's where we can truly say: "WOW! That mod project is awesome". Before, I already joined many contest that rely on judges, and I never got a chance even in the 3rd place. I was so discourage, I said "it's unfair". Then I joined voting based contests, and there were times I won by 2nd/3rd but there are times that I didn't win. I was discourage again, I said "it's unfair!". So what's my point? The point is, whether its voting or judges based contest, if we don't change our attitude whenever we are low in votes or not chosen by the judges, any contest will always be unfair for us. Instead let's try our very best to mod and present our work.
  44. 2 points
    Heard rumors there will be pro modders judging
  45. 2 points
    JakeGFX

    Upcoming modder

    Don't forget tutorials. I suggest this. http://www.youtube.com/user/monstermawd?feature=results_main I'm sure Mr. Owen will be familiar with this.
  46. 2 points
    The day AMD leaves the desktop market is the day I stop building PCs. I refuse to work and buy products in an industry with no competition. Also http://www.dailytech.com/Reuters+Claims+AMD+is+Pursuing+a+Sale+AMD+Denies+it/article29192.htm AMD is looking at ARM into the future, something Intel has been avoiding so far - Intel has done some ARM work, but nothing big. But I suppose with AMD heading that way Intel will, just like x86-64, dual cores, quad cores, hypertransport (intel called theirs QPI), Hub architecture, IGP on package and the list goes on...
  47. 2 points
    Andrew_k

    New Corsair H80i and H100i!

    They are appealing to a lot of people, that's for sure. It would be nice if they eventually get to clear tubing with different colored coolants. Bring it even closer to custom watercooling without the cost and effort.
  48. 2 points
    toby1kanobi

    USB Mod

    One does not Simply mod a Data stick
  49. 2 points
    If anyone wants to see a MECH 5 here is MEDALS OF VALORs AZIO Sponsored DI-NOC'd MECH 5
  50. 2 points
    Bill Owen

    material fabrication

    Aluminum followed by Acrylic.... because they're both Easy to Cut & Lightweight
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