- Why ROG?
- About ROG
- ASUS Gaming Motherboards
- Crosshair & Crossblade Motherboards
- G Series Gaming Laptops
- Gaming Monitors
- Gaming PCs
- Graphics Cards
- Headphones & Headsets
- Keyboards & Mice
- Maximus Motherboards
- RAIDR Express SSD
- Rampage Motherboards
- Sound Cards For Gaming
- TUF Motherboards
- Article Tags
Currently viewing the category: "PC Mods"
We received over 130,000 votes for Dream Gaming Machine! So we’re happy to announce the 13 lucky winners who just won both an ROG Gladius gaming mouse and a Whetstone gaming mouse mat for the ASUS ROG 10K Bonus Giveaway!
Find out if you are one of the lucky winners in the Dream Gaming Machine competition, and see which three mods were voted the best!
“First of all, we would like to start with a big thank you to ASUS ROG Romania. Some of you might have tuned in this weekend, to the DreamHack convention in Bucharest, Romania. ASUS ROG was there, and prior to the convention they held a modding competition, which we couldn’t attend, because of some technical issues we had with the motherboard in our mod. A few days later, after the modding competition had ended, we posted pictures of our mod online. The guys from ASUS Romania were very excited about our project and called to invite us to DreamHack Bucharest, to display our Mod alongside the other winners of their competition.”
ASUS PC DIY team has interviewed Richard Surroz, the pro-modder behind Project Snowblind, and Primochill owner, Brian Farrell, also gives an insight into the creation of its unique, open-air Praxis chassis.
It’s not everyday that somebody can come along and create a mod truly different and with such spectacular style. SnowBlind with its laser/plasma cut Praxis (Primochill) chassis was showcased by ASUS at CES 2015.
Gear up and hit the tundra with ACE Finland’s Sabranco Humvee, packing the latest TUF Sabertooth Z97 Mark S. A radio-controlled Hummer was used as the base for the mod, to fully reflect the TUF Series’ tough and durable spirit, while a Cooler Master Nepton CPU cooler was a perfect accessory to mimic a roof rack. See the full gallery inside!
Source: Project Log
Cooler Master has announced its annual case mod competition aimed at enticing world wide PC modders to win $20,000 worth of prizes. Like previous year’s, ASUS has sponsored the event along with popular hardware makers Intel, OCZ, GeIL and Dremel.
There are two categories ‘Tower Mod’ and ‘Scratch Build’ and also a ‘Rising Star’ category that encourages new modders to get in on the act!