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The ASUS co-sponsored, Cooler Master Mod Competition 2013 winners have been announced, with some fantastic mods taking home prizes. The two winners from the tower and scratch mod competitions are shown below with their worklog links, but be sure to see the full winners list over on the Cooler [...]
Source: Cooler Master
A few months in the making and, wow, the Parvum guys are slowly approaching close of play on their fully custom ATX PC mod (it’s a wonder they do any work!). This incredible PC mod in the making is centered around a Maximus VI Extreme and three GTX Titans fitted with XSPC water blocks, plenty of Kingston memory (also water cooled) and eight of Kingstons HyperX SSDs strapped to a MegaRAID card.
Source: bit-tech forums
Nawaphat Phatchuay of HRC High Resolution Computer Builder and Business Owner/ Builder is one crazy guy! You’ll understand why when you check out his latest build; which is based on some of the most amazing ROG products ever made! He managed to squeeze so much epic hardware into a Cosmos 2 case, that it actually appears to be … full!
Seriously, it’s simply unbelievable how many beatiful rigs there are out there. Today we came across a build called Element Copper and it looks like the modder who created this thing of beauty was ahead of his time. Why? Well, he built a rig suitable for ASUS’ Gold Rush competition quite some time before it was launched!
We’re always hunting for some of the most awesome ROG builds, and this time we came across Mhike Smasin’s SilverStone Raven RV02 mod. Mhike decided to give the case a beautiful orange paint job and some high-end watercooling. His build is overall very clean and there has been a lot of attention to the fine details. For example, have a closer look at the power supply, or the SLI bridge – very nice!
See the gallery inside. Nice job, Mhike!
Paul has made yet another mod is a work of art – not only in design, but for technical achievements like rotating the DirectCU II graphics card 90 degrees to better show it off, and putting the sound card behind the motherboard! Using the Maximus VI Formula and DirectCU II graphics card, see the full spec and build pics inside.
Source: Paul Tan Designs
Some of you might have seen recent research numbers from IDC showing that the desktop computer market is slowing down quarter after quarter, but luckily for us enthusiasts these results have nothing to do with the gaming sector, which is seeing double digit growth these days. With that in mind, it does not come as a surprise that there are quite a few great mods surfacing these days, including the quite impressive Project Hellion MK1 mod based on the ASUS ROG Maximus V Gene motherboard.