Bit-tech Modding Update - January 2016 in association with Corsair
It's our first Modding Update of 2016 and one thing's for sure - we've already got loads of projects to look forward to this year. This month we've got some old hands and newcomers in our forum creating some very different projects from water-cooled scratchbuilds to wooden masterpieces.
This year our Modding Update has changed to focus on in-progress projects, taking a back seat to Mod of the Month, which now looks at completed ones. We'll be featuring at least three projects every month (more if there are projects in similar stages of construction) - that's over 30 every year, all of which should be judged on their originality, execution and potential - after all, they won't be finished so you're not voting on the eye-candy just yet.
Corsair sponsors all our modding competitions and the winners from the forum votes pick up some fantastic prizes too plus they ship to nearly every corner of the globe meaning everyone can take part.
It will be giving one lucky modder their choice of six fans every month. To be in with a chance of being featured in our monthly Modding Update and winning them, all you have to do is email us
with a link to your in-progress project with *submit my mod* in the subject line.
The project needs to be in bit-tech's forum. We can't promise to feature all projects, but everyone is in with a good chance of getting in.
Unfortunately due to issues with high shipping costs and customs/import duties, the prize may vary for the following locations: Russia, South America
Click the pictures below or head over to the next page to see each one in detail.
Hydrofoil by Ironknocker
Project mATX by Jeffinslaw
Scout by InsolentGnome
SkyVue by slipperyskip
Click on the images above to see the projects or click here
to go to the first one and head over to the forum to vote for your favourite