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  1. The winners of this year's Case Mod World Series have finally been announced. Tower Category 1st Place – VEGA by S.PiC (Russia) 818 Points 2nd Place – RAGE by Martin Muñoz (Colombia) 792 Points 3rd Place – The Old Book by MegaSkot (Serbia) 744 Points Scratch Category 1st Place – The Wheel Of Star by Modder Crow (Thailand) 775 Points 2nd Place – Codename J.A.C.K. by Krittanon (Thailand) 772 Points 3rd Place – Cyber Kitsune by Jaqueline “JACK” Abrao (Brazil) 766 Points 25th Anniversary Category MKTRX AMMO 315 by Ovidiu Gitlan (Romania) People’s Choice Award Elemental Infusion by Kanishka “Ash” Akalanka (Sri Lanka) Congratulations to all the winners and thank you to everyone for participating in the largest Case Mod World Series to date. To find out more information check out the winners article on the MASTERBUILD page. Hope to see you all in next year's competition.
  2. Hi Guys! I'm here to present my entry for the Tower Mod category of Case Mod World Series 2017! The Project is based on a Coolermaster Mastercase Maker 5T. It's called "Pure Binomial" because the theme is based on the binomial between clear and non-clear parts, in fact, the front and back panels will be almost completely transparent, allowing to see the internals from different angles. It will also feature a really complex custom loop with CPU, RAM and GPU blocks, a 360mm radiator, and three 150mm reservoirs, as well as a 755 pump. So, let's begin with sponsors and then we'll head to the modsss! Seasonic - PSU Seasonic Prime Titanium 750W Coolermaster - Coolermaster MasterCase Maker 5T Aquatuning - Watercooling, cooling in general, lighting Nanoxia/CoolForce - Pass-through fittings VG Informatica Torino - Sleeved cables Apacer Global - SSDs Panther AS340 240Gb So, let's start with the pics! A new update will come soon, the watercooling loop will start to take shape so make sure to subscribe guys!
  3. Hi, i'm MooZ from Colombia. This project will use a Elite 130 mini itx case, with some ideas on the way.
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    Good morning everyone, I will start my new project, have two characters and I will do a BRAINIAC and ROSENBERG join of MIB, I hope you like it, will have movements controlled by the cell phone.
  5. Hi guys! I´m new here! My name´s Jaqueline (Jack for short) and I´m part of CM Modding Team. Today I wanted to show you my first casemod project on the Scratch category, but first I´d like to thank some brands that believed in my work and that decided to be my partners on this project, like Cooler Master, Gigabyte. Cooler Master, Gigabyte The case I´m gonna use is a Cooler Master Elite 110 Watercooler Seidon 120 V Hardware: HyperX Savage DDR4 16GB Cpu i5 6600k SSD VGA: MOBO: The project is inspired by the Magic: The Gathering Kaladesh trailer, specifically the Filigree Familiar, an artifact fox-like creature. Some steps of the building proccess... Lots of EVA and styrofoam... Lots of freehand drawings... Lots of sleepless nights... It´s a real puzzle, don´t you think? And when the molds work out, I get trully happy... The EVA runs rings around me! I´ll post more step-by-step pictures and videos soon! Hi darlings, let´s continue with the project? At this moment I´m cutting some acrylic molds and it turned out to be really hard work! But let´s focus, we´re getting to the painting and finishing steps. I finally got the time and I edited this video with a small part of the casemod process I hope you like it .... I'm back, with one more step in the project, I would like to thank everyone who is following the posts !! :clap: Cut time... I will use these mesh and acrylic for the finishing of the structure Eyes of the project... With patience and hard work I´ll get there. Structure mounted and glued still missing some minor repairs and paints. I hope you like the result :clap::clap::clap: Time to place the screens on the casemod structure Final results after glueing and drying Returning to work carving rest of parts in eva... :rock: Last test of the EVA parts before starting the painting and the finishing acrylics ... Painting moment I want to work with aging pieces .. Preparing the cutting of acrylics Modeling the acrylics on the fox's head With much patience we are giving life to the cabinet Thermal blower is life Hello my friends come show the completion of the head of my project I hope, soon I will publish all his photos ...
  6. Rocket League is one of my go to easy to play relaxing games with 800+ hours on it its something that I very much enjoy. This had led me to want to do this Case Mod. I have some great ideas and after I get the last few parts this project will take off. Stay Tuned
  7. Hi guys, I’m Marius, modder and PC enthusiast from Romania. Recently I bought a Cooler Master N200 case in order to use it for my mATX system. I like the minimalist look of the case but I think there are a few things that could be changed :D. First of all, who needs an optical drive (or an FDD) in 2017? Especially when the mounting of one would ruin the entire design of the front panel. In order to “repair” that I took my dremel and I started to cut and redo things. Before moving to actual work I would like to thank to Seasonic Europe for the sponsorship I received (an x750 power supply). So… like I said, the front panel of the case required a new look. In order to do that I glued the plastic cover of the 5.25 bay to stay there forever. For the floppy gap I took a piece of plastic and glued there. After the glue dried I used some automotive body filler and I use it to fill those small gaps between the 5.25 bay cover and the rest of the front panel in order to achieve an “one piece” front panel. I sanded the excess and applied a coat of primer. The next thing i did was to redo the front mesh of the panel, because the original one had those cutouts in it (for ODD and FDD). The mesh I had was quite thick (almost 1.5mm) and it was very hard to cut and bent, but after almost two hours I managed to do it. You can see the result beneath: When it comes to modding I have a saying :” You can’t do modding without getting hurt!”. As you can see beneath I was right once again : The next step was painting the mesh and the front panel. After that I started to work on the interior of the case. Because N200 is an mATX case you can’t hide the wires very well so I decided to make a PSU cover to solve that problem. For this operation I used pieces of cardboard for templates and some 4.0mm acrylic which I bent it with my home made “tool”. I don’t like those covers that cover the entire bottom of the case so I made it a little bit different. The last thing that I had time to do it was to prepare a “cozy” area for the SSD. Why there ? Well… because I like to keep the interior as clean as possible . This is for now, next week-end I hope to finish the PSU cover (plus other covers and things) and do the final assembly as well. Did I forgot something ? Oh …. yes… P.S.: I’m really sorry for the quality of the pictures, but this is the best my phone can do (i9505) . Also I’m sorry for any writing mistakes.
  8. Project Made it Mine is a direct association with Cooler Master and there motto Make It Yours. For this project I have started with a Cooler Master Master Case 5t and I have literally stripped it completely down and have started to rebuild this into a case that really meshes with my personal design ideas and concepts. I want this re design to be overall a little bit smaller then the 5t with a lot of style, functionality and performance. This project is well underway and ill update this post with some progress pictures soon so stay tuned!
  9. Hey Guys this is a project I finished a few months ago but I havent actually taken it live online I have waited until now to bring to you by Chrome ROG. With this build I really wanted to go for a very clean yet classic ROG theme with Chrome/Red Highlights. Ill be updating this log over the next few weeks so stay tuned!
  10. Hello guys. I give early threads of my 2016 project, lowrachel. This project is based on the lowrider culture and robotics. Among the elements to be used, will be highlighted in flake paint blue to red with medium shade of purple, pinstripe cuts and leather. Robotics, lighting and turning on your computer is controlled by Arduino by phone with access via bluetoooth. My special thanks to Cooler Master Brazil the opportunity to bring this beautiful project to 2016 casemod world championship!
  11. Hi, my name is Mickee from Makati City, Philippines. This is my first full on case mod and work log. I would like to thank you in advanced for spending time on this. I will be using an old Cooler Master USP100 handed down to me by a good friend. There is no specs for the PC yet as I am still looking around for good deals. At the end of this project we will be looking at a Military Themed BTX form factor chassis, top mounted GPU connected via PCIe riser and DIY computer peripherals there are still more modifications that I am unable to explain as of the moment so I will just update this work log with pictures as the fun progresses. Sorry Everything is dusty because our house is under construction. I will put the power supply and radiator in this new compartment. The bottom part of the chassis will be replaced with a flat aluminum sheet so I dremeled out the bumpy area, the cut does not need to be perfect because it will be covered anyway. So I need something thick for the panels of the bottom compartment It is broken and was thrown away by the owner. Cutting the panels to fit I am doing it way off the line as I do not trust my unstable hands. Creating the GPU shroud on top of the chassis. That's all that I have for now, Thanks for tuning in, Cheers!
  12. Final Pics and also i wanted to say thank you to all my sponsors Cooler Master Gigabyte Plextor Here's the Final Shots