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Fix those ugly, straggly wires!
Alex shows how to make your loop wet without getting the components moist.
Fed up of your PSU shroud having mounting holes placed all over it? Why not just cover them up?
We go through one of the possible methods of producing some tasteful clothing for your naked motherboard.
It may seem rudimentary and redundant since you can buy one, but sometimes it's better to do it yourself. But PSUs are dangerous, no? Forumite Darth Invader helps us to navigate the dangers in your grey box.
After the successes of Sangaku and Yuugou, Nick Falzone (aka Greensabbath) is back with his latest wood and acrylic fusion - Project Nakamura.
Kurtis Kronk takes us through a quick and simple USB key mod which even a novice can handle and which anyone can have fun with.
You asked for it, you've got it. Ken Gypen is back with another Linux tutorial that builds on the last one, securing your ports and stripping out the bloat of your Ubuntu server.
Have you wanted a full-functionality web-server, media host, bit-torrent client and NAS box, all fully remote-controlled? Want to build it out of spare parts? Well then...
The month of May is drawing to a close, and so it's time to take a peek into the forums for another look at the project logs.
Hot on the heels of Nick's awesome Yuugou mod, it's time to see what some of the others in our forum have come up with. Has spring fever kept our modders down? No way...
It's almost the end of March, and our modders have been busily working away in the forums. What has the end of winter brought us? Let's take a look...
Here we are wrapping up February 2007, so it's time for another project log update. Let"s take a look at some of what our talented modders have been doing over the past month...
The holidays are over and it's time to get back in the modding groove. To round up some of January's most promising mods from the scene, we've chosen four top-notch projects. Take a look!
£125 is an awkward amount of Christmas. We investigate to see what exactly that amount will buy you in the world of the gaming enthusiast - games, monitors, RAM, graphics cards and steering wheels. Budget doesn't have to mean bad!
We take a look at some of the hottest modding projects over in the bit-tech forums - some great potential, some great pics and some great modders.
We take a look at another selection of some of the hottest mods from the bit-tech Forums. This month we've got a custom-built widescreen projector, three Cooler Master Stackers and a Shuttle XPC.
We investigate how easy it is to build one of these unique-looking systems from scratch. Cue sore fingers, battered heatsinks and very bad cabling.
We take a look at some of the hottest projects in the bit-tech forums. Spied this month - some awesome plastics work, a couple of V1000 mods, an incredible auto-part scratch build and more woodworking mastery from the creator of Sangaku.
We check out the progress of some of the hottest mods in the Project Logs forum right now. A return from Modsquad, a Ferrari paintjob, a custom Cooler Master and a hand-built CNC machine in this edition!
There is an enormous amount of active worklogs over in the bit-tech forums. Today, we pluck out four of our favourites and clue you in on the updates, the trials, the errors and the finished articles.
We pluck four worklogs from our busy Modding Forum and find out the latest progress. In the spotlight this week are: Resident Evil T-Virus, Far Cry, Trashed and the sublime Dark Blade by G69T.
The tagline for the film was 'Whoever wins, we lose'. However, when engraving master Micke Gustafsson is inspired to do an Aliens vs Predator engraving mod, bit-tech readers are definitely the winners!
Earlier this month, we opened a competition giving away an ECS nForce 4 motherboard to the best Project Log in our new-style forums. We've rounded up a shortlist of contenders, you guys pick the winner!
Inspired by Namco's RPG, Xenosaga, Bill Ryder modded a stock Koolance case into a 2005 version of KOS-MOS, the female android weapon system. We just dig the blue hair really.
Are all those IDE, SATA, PSU, HDD, DVD, USB, LCD, PCIE, VGA, DVI, SCART, RF cables getting on your nerves? Want to do something to tidy them up a little? Whether behind your TV or inside your rig, this guide will show you the different types of cable tidying products and what they're good for.
When Vivendi Universal wanted a custom case created on a tight time scale to promote their latest mega-hit, F.E.A.R. , they came to us. Take a walk through the creation of the custom case.
bit-tech is looking a little different today, and we've made some changes all round. Have a read in here for our orientation guide!
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.
When is an LED fan not an LED fan? Antec claims they were the first to invent the idea but the modding community suggests otherwise. We investigate