Need some inspiration for your own case mod project? Without fail, Computex brings out the best of the best of the computing scene and over-the-top case-mod showcases are quite a treat for your eyes. We compile some of the most bling case mods that we encountered on the show floor.
Looking to build your next small form factor desktop? We've rounded up a handful of mini-ITX and micro-ATX cases for your consideration. But don't judge them by their size – some of these will still enable you to cram full-sized power supplies and NVIDIA GeForce GTX 980 Ti cards in them.
We all have plastics that had yellowed with age. Keyboards, mice, printers, gaming consoles - you name it. And no matter how you scrub it, you just can't get back its original color. Or can it? Here's a method that you can try at home. Caution: It's not for the faint-hearted.
Custom water-cooled rigs? Color-coordinated builds? Our HWZ members have got it all covered. Hit the link for some of the coolest rigs you'll find in Singapore.
The NZXT Noctis 450 is an improved take of the older mid-tower H440 chassis. With a new exterior and two color variants, the Noctis 450 also boasts of some new features in an attempt to distinguish it from the H440. We take a closer look at this interesting PC casing.
Cooler Master just held its "Make It Yours" seminar. Join us as we get up close and personal with some its innovative products that are targeted at the PC DIY community.
The Cooler Master MasterCase 5 is the company's latest mid-tower offering. It boasts of flexible cooling options with a more-than-ample supply of air vents. Most importantly is the FreeForm modularity system of the MasterCase 5, a new design concept that's touted to offer flexible upgradability options. Let's find out more!
Antec has been teasing their bold new Signature Series casing for sometime now, but it's finally out of the bag at Computex! We take a closer look at this stylish, easy maintenance S10 Signature casing.
ECS showcases the LIVA, their full-featured sub-$200 Bay Trail mini PC at Computex 2014 and brings out the lighter side of casemodding.
The ASUS ROG Front Base is a control panel that fits into your PC chassis' 5.25-inch drive bays. Working exclusively with specific high-end ASUS motherboards, the panel allows one to control fan speeds within the case, select audo EQ modes, and even overclock the system!