Rocket League inspired build with CNC cut internal panels to enclose a 240mm AIO with custom paint with decals. We also added individual cable pass-throughs. Our very first build and what has kickstarted everything else.
I worked with be quiet, TeamGroup and BitFenix featuring the Dark Base 700 on my very first project. It was also nominated for Bit-Techs Mod of the Month award.
Featuring an AMD 2990WX our Phantom Gaming themed build really can take on anything. We worked with a range of partners on this including Cooler Master, AMD, ASRock and Team Group.
Custom PSU shroud, internal panel, top and front logos with backlighting throughout.
For my third build I was delighted to be asked by ASUS if I could have my Ghostbusters project ready in time for EGX. It turned our perfectly and was very well recieved by the modding community.
We featured props from Ben of Kent, cast from the original film used parts and added my own twist to this build.
Once again I worked with be quiet!, AMD, and TeamGroup whilst adding Alphacool to my list of partners.
Featuring the Pure Base 500 from be quiet!, this build really was a labour of love. It was my first time ever hard lining a system and it turned out fantastic.
Featuring a painted ASUS X570-e and custom bulkhead, its a stunning little system running a 3700X from AMD. This was also our second Bit-Tech Mod of the Month nomination
It’s not every day you are asked to complete a project under NDA for a product launch. After Pure Pastel, Pastel DX celebrates the release of the be quiet! Pure Base 500DX and is an evolution of the original system.
The placement of the tube reservoir certainly made a statement and offered something truly unique. Bit-Tech kindly nominated this build for another Mod of the Month competition.
Mistral features a wide range of EVGA hardware and is the project based on winning the EVGA Gear Up program in September 2019.
This build features subtle case mods to improve ventilation in the DG-77 and rocks a 9960X on the X299 platform. We didnt go all out on cooling this time, settling to just run a CPU loop for something a little different.
Another be quiet! based build on the AMD platform. 3D printed case mods and hard lined loop will come together to house a truly worthy system.
We joined up with Antec for a special build in the P120 Crystal, featuring an Intel 8085K, PoweColor Red Devil 5700XT, custom loop and some 3D printed parts to produce a system that really catches the eye.
The names quiet!, be quiet! If Aston Martin ever built a computer, we are pretty sure that this would be it.
Moto GP and custom PC builds can only mean one thing, an Antec Torque build with a 2010 Valentino Rossi Yamaha M1 theme.
After the first build, we just have to do another but this time with hardline custom loop and some other little extras thrown in for good measure.
A very special project for Powecolor that will be wearing a Walking Dead theme.
What’s better than Aliens? We are pretty sure this will be a first for a PC build!