Tweakers fall in prices casemod competition

Jan

15

2016

When the bit-tech Mod of the Year 2015 competition, three tweakers nominated, namely Alain-s, l3p and FAT. Tweaker l3p won the prize of £ 250 to Corsair gear sipping tweaker FAT ‘Scratch Builds. Mod of the Year was tweaker Alain-s from Belgium with Tristellar Whetstone mod.

The UK site hosts an annual casemodding competition. In the competition are two categories: category mod and build the scratch category. In the latter category are casemodders free to build a system based on its own design. Tweakers l3p and FAT competed for the title of best scratch builder of the year at Bit-Tech.

The Mod of the Year was Alain-s from Antwerp, also known as GoT fast eddie. He built a Tristellar-case to the Tristellar Whetstone and thus dragged the price of £ 500 on hold to devote to Corsair stuff. He used an Asus Z971 Plus motherboard with an Intel i5 processor and an EVGA GeForce GTX 980 video card, along with 32GB of internal memory.

The build of Peter Brands or l3p on GoT hot L3pipe and consists of a large amount of transparent tubes filled with coolant and chrome accents Bitspower. All that cool violence cools an Intel i7 5930K on an Asus X99 Deluxe motherboard with 64GB DDR4 memory. The graphics is provided by two Reference GeForce GTX980 in SLI. The development of the cabinet can be seen on GoT.

FAT on GoT known as FemkeToele, finished just behind Peter with her ​​Rinzier-build. Femke’s housing is inspired by Tron Legacy, her “favorite movie of all time!” According to the project log. The scratch build consists of several layers of laser cut plexiglass covered with black film where a MSI X99A motherboard is installed in. The lighting effects are controlled by LEDs that are incorporated into the plexiglass panels. Femke uses Bitspower cooling elements.

All three tweakers were already on the frontpage. Alain had the honor of being the first Belgian in an episode of the Gathering of Tweakers to play the lead with a casemod. Peter became legendary with his homemade desk-mod of aluminum in 2011. Femke was last summer in the top five of the Bit-tech competition for the best design of an Intel NUC housing. Most recently was also tweaker Asphiax the spotlight on the CES 2016 in Las Vegas with his Venator Class Star Destroyer mod.

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