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The 2013 Modders-Inc Staff vs Staff Mod-Off sponsored by Thermaltake final results


  The Modders-Inc Booth at Quakecon 2013 and the Staff vs Staff Mod-Off mods on display! That’s right folks / Computer Power User magazine, has been graciously covering our Modders-Inc Staff vs Staff Mod-Off in their great informative publication. Well, in the October issue CPU Magazine, which is available now, the 2013 Staff vs Staff Mod-Off sponsored by Thermaltake ...

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Modders-Inc mentioned on CNN’s website

Modders Inc., the sponsors of a contest for the best modified computers

Modders-Inc was mentioned in a article on the CNN website in the Tech section. [quote]Modders Inc., the sponsors of a contest for the best modified computers, showed off what was possible with a display incorporating imagery from the game “Fallout.”[/quote] It seems to me that case modding is making its way back into the main stream of tech and computer ...

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Modders-Inc at the Cooler Master Suite at CES 2010

Modder-Inc at Cooler Master Suite for CES 2010

Modders-Inc’s own Dewayne Carel (a.k.a “Americafreak”) created a case for Cooler Master to display at their suite for the 2010 CES in Las Vegas.What he wanted to do with the case mod was to showcase it like a new style of case. Make it modded yet make it look like something they would sell. On the Cosmos case went new ...

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NVIDIA ION Contest in CPU Magazine

Nvidia ION Contest

In the very popular computer magazine that features case mods; CPU Magazine has a full two page spread that highlights the NVIDIA ION Case Modding Contest that we are hosting here at Modders-Inc. The articles introduces the Pro Modders that are making the ION case mods and list the top five ideas that were suggested by the public for them ...

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.:vVv:. by XcaliburFX

.:vVv:. by ~XcaliburFX~

CPU Magazine saw fit to put .:vVv:. on the cover of its November 2009 – Vol. 9 Issue 11 issue. "Venimus, Vidimus, Vicimus is named after a Call of Duty/Unreal Tournament clan that McGuire has been a member and co-leader of for more than six years; he built the mod as a monument to the clan’s five-year anniversary in 2008. ...

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Modders-Inc at QuakeCon 2009

Modders-Inc at Quakecon 2009

  We had a great time doing the workshop and as you will see so did the members of the audience. They are the ones that really made the event fun. We would like to say a very heartfelt thanks our sponsors of the event Cooler Master, Thermaltake, Enermax, Antec, Crucial, and Xigmatech. CPU Magazine had this to say… "We ...

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Top 100 Web Sites by PC Mag

Top 100 Web Sites by PC Mag

We have been really hard to bring the best that we could to you our readers and friends and it looks like our blood, sweat, and tears is beinging to pay off. Thank you!

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Hawg Wild by Xcaliburfx

Hawg Wild Harley Case Mod

Our very own staff member ~Xcaliburfx~ had the privileged of getting one of his mods in the pages of MaximumPC. Mr.~X~ was going through one of his favorite local computer shops when he stumbled upon a case in the trash pile. I guess it was love at first sight and he knew that some where down deep it had an ...

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Tazz Modders-Inc’s Green Flame on the cover of CPU

Green Flame Case Mod by Tazz

Americanfreak and I are always trying to showcase our mods to help promote the site and the hobby. AF and I have been hitting one large event a year since we started Each year we try to take at least one mod with us to showcase our skills and promote the hobby. Our first year we did QuakeCon 06 ...

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Modding Article in Computer Power User (CPU) Magazine


Here is an excerpt from the beginning of the article. Dremel Dreams Make Your Chassis A Masterpiece You’ve been bitten by the modding bug and have finished your first modded case. You added a LED-lighted fan, mastered the spray can one-color case change, and maybe added a CCFL (cold-cathode fluorescent lamp). But for whatever reason, it’s just not what you ...

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