Comment post number 265 was drawn by Random.org.

Congratulations! to “mitochondria24”

We will contact you at your registered email address to get your shipping address. Enjoy the “Mod Men” Giveaway of a CM Storm Enforcer Mid Tower case.

mitochondria24 will also receive these prize items from Mnpctech

One 2′ x 2′ sheet of 3M Di-Noc carbon fiber film that is flexible and lightweight and looks like the real thing. It can be installed on both flat and curved surfaces. It’s ideal for applying to the inside or outside of a computer chassis, keyboards, headsets, mice. It’s 8.3 millimeters thick, so it withstands outdoor elements too! More photos and details.

Mnpctech’s ATX Pin and Molex Removal Tools.

Save time and headaches when use Mnpctech’s ATX tools when sleeving your Power Supply and Molex connections.

More photos and details.

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Posted on June 24, 2011 by modmin

This is your opportunity to win Cooler Master’s new CM Storm “Enforcer” mid tower case from the “Mod Men.” (more…)

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Posted on May 18, 2011 by modmin


Here is a different way to look at modifying your PC cooling fan grill with a step by step guide on how we did it! (more…)

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Posted on May 12, 2011 by modmin

There is now a large variety of 140mm cooling fans on the market. They offer higher airflow while reducing noise and power consumption. Here is a step by step guide to installing a 140mm cooling fan in your side panel. This mod will help cool your video cards and processor. We will be using the Antec Sonata Proto mid tower case. (more…)

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Posted on May 10, 2011 by modmin

Congratulations! to “jackson58”

Your comment #40 was chosen by Random.org. We will contact you at your registered email address to get your shipping address. Enjoy the Thermaltake Level 10 GT full tower case and one sheet of 2′x 2′ 3M di-noc carbon fiber sheet. One Mnpctech PSU Tool and Mnpctech Molex Tool.

Thermaltake captured our imagination in 2009 with the introduction of the uniquely designed Level 10 chassis, co-designed by BMW Design Group, it was like nothing we’d seen before. With the level 10 GT, Thermaltake continues the tradition of powerful and highly expandable full tower PC chassis, providing an optimized PC housing offering sufficient room for the most sophisticated hardware available on the market today for gamers as well as enthusiasts. Particular attention has been paid to ventilation and overall ease-of-use and attractive looks. More photos and details.

One 2′ x 2′ sheet of 3M Di-Noc carbon fiber sheet that is flexible and lightweight and looks like the real thing. It can be installed on both flat and curved surfaces. It’s ideal for applying to the inside or outside of a computer chassis, keyboards, headsets, mice. It’s 8.3 millimeters thick, so it withstands outdoor elements too! More photos and details.

One Mnpctech ATX 24 Pin ATX PSU power supply sleeve removal tool.

jackson58 will receive one Mnpctech ATX Pin and Molex Removal Tool. Save time and headaches when use Mnpctech’s ATX tools when sleeving your Power Supply and Molex connections. More photos and details.

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Posted on May 5, 2011 by modmin

One of the most popular case mods is changing your computer’s Main Power Switch with a Military style switch. (more…)

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Posted on May 4, 2011 by modmin

Here is a mod guide to help cool your PC with a massive 250mm cooling fan in your side panel, similar to Cooler Master’s HAF series and Thermaltake Element series cases. You can install the fan as Intake or Exhaust, depending upon your individual needs. The case we’re using for this guide is a Lian Li PC-7plus B midtower. You can install a 250mm size fan in any case that has 12″ x 12″ of free space in the side panel. (more…)

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Posted on April 30, 2011 by modmin


“Some Modders do look like their PC.”

It’s been four weeks since our Mod Men PC was brought to life. As promised, here are the temps our custom copper water block achieved. I’ve posted the PC temps before and after overclocking the Core i7 870 to a stable 3.6 GHz. This is the best OC we could squeeze out of the Zotac’s H55. Keep in mind the H55 is intended for Home Theater PCs and not intended for overclocking.

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Posted on April 28, 2011 by modmin
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