The Modding Toolbox: A Guide to Rotary Tools
They're a staple of the modding world, but what should you consider?
How To Make Custom-Length O-Rings for Distro Plates
You've designed your plate, but how do you make it watertight?
How To Sleeve a D5 Pump
Fix those ugly, straggly wires!
Andy decided that forking out tens of thousands for an expensive 'Kaleidoscape' server was simply crackers. So, like any good modder, he built one himself, for less. In this article, he guides us through how you can make your own: from hardware to software.December 30, 2009 | 10:25
Waterblocks don't date as quickly as other components, but if you upgrade your motherboard or graphics card you may find your trusty old block isn't compatible with your new kit. In this guide we show you how to make a new clamp for an old waterblock so you can use it with new components.July 11, 2009 | 11:01
No matter how much you love it, working with acrylic (in its many forms) can be a difficult task to the new modder. We're here to clear up a bit of the confusion when it comes to bending, cutting, joining and enjoying one of modding's most versatile materials.March 14, 2008 | 08:08
The Asus EeePC is an inexpensive phenomenon - but here at bit-tech we're never happy with just leaving things alone. We increase the capacity of the tiny notebook eight fold to over 32GB, with this elegant and very simple mod anyone can do.December 27, 2007 | 00:42
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