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Making Crescent Moons.
Alessandro wraps up Project Mirai with the final assembly and the process of watercooling.
More intricate work from our modding master. It's coming together.
Alessandro goes through the breakdown of the case, preparing it for the newly-created internal structure.
Alessandro introduces part one of a recently-completely casemod of the new Corsair 7000D case, Project Mirai. Enjoy.
Get ready for the Thermaltake 2020 case modding challenge Finale!
Alex strips and paints the motherboard and sees to the GPU.
Alex delves into a spot of leather craft for the next part of Project Toreador.
Intro to a promotional build for Intel and Aorus feat. Core i9-9900KS & RTX 2080 Ti Xtreme Waterforce.
Alphacool updates the CPU block lineup and refines its AIO offerings.
We've picked some of the best projects recently completed in our project log forum.
What actually went into the 'Fortnite Red Knight' case mod?
The votes have been weighed, the mods have been measured, we want the winners!
There's no school like the old-school... apparently?
October brings Paris Games Week to the modding calendar! Let's see what Alex has planned for this build...
Win a gaming PC!
As the venerable CMWS 2018 drew to a close last month, we look at the mods that nabbed the top spots?
Stock GPU connector options not tickling your fancy? Naa, us neither - let's make one instead!
Custom work is largely done; it's time to assemble the beast to be exhibited at iSeries!
For the 1000D Mega-Build, Alex integrated some Watercool Heatkiller tube reservoirs into a pair of distribution plates. But how exactly was that done?
We're seeking five UK modders to compete with a Level 20 XT to win hardware and a trip to Computex!
What happens when you're given one of the biggest consumer PC chassis on the market? Simple, you tear it to pieces!
Fed up of your PSU shroud having mounting holes placed all over it? Why not just cover them up?
October 14 2021 | 15:04
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