Welcome to my page, here you can find all of My Mods, I have created since i got involved in modding
Was my first true mod, a scratch build, from a old desk and a old PC case. The Desk has been designed to accept a ATX motherboard, 3-way SLI or Crossfire, 4 HDD’s or SSD’s and its also ready to water cool all those components. Under the desk is a 480mm radiator and on the side 2x240mm radiators could be mounted for some extra cooling.
My 2nd mod. The idea behind it was to take 2 old PC cases, the bottom one being a cooler box for all the water cooling parts and the top case to be a unique one of a kind design. Apart from the mother board every thing else is modded out in one way or another. The main feature is the unique Water cooling, the double sleeved cabling, 3D printed parts, and much more…
- APPLE G5 CASE MOD / HACKINTOSH MOD ( work in progress)
A popular Mod of a very good looking case. It’s a transformation of the G5 case into a full ATX compatible case with 7 PCI slots, space for 4x HDD / SSD and some 3D printed goodness…
I have design a new version of the S7 PC Desk the 2015 version, it’s design is based on the bridge less crossfire ability of AMD’s R9 290 Series as main feature of the build, and accompanying that a sleek and stylish gamer design in black and red color scheme. I love old hardware and use it a lot in my work, but this desk deserves a chance to shine and i can not complete it with out help from some great SPONSORS. If you love the idea and the design please contact me on firstname.lastname@example.org or from the CONTACT page.
- X99 WORK STATION When serious horse power is needed for serious work, like video editing, photo editing, rendering or just crunching data there is only one solution. Get your self a Workstation. Its a X99 based system with a i7 5820K it has 6 Cores and 12 Threads and alongside for now 32 GB of 4 Chanel DDR4 RAM. Check out the link for more details
- My Main PC over the years Its a story of my main PC since my first PC in 1994 till currently in 2016. From a Pentium 75 to a i7 6700K, and all the fun stuff and upgrades in between :)