The Case Mod World Series is about fuelling the growing worldwide passion for modding. It's about igniting the modding spirit - the maker spirit - on the web and right in your community.
This year, we will be running local events to involve modders everywhere.
Our winners have included everyone from first-time tinkerers to seasoned veterans, but it's not just about the hype and the prizes. The field is open and all you need is that itch, the itch to tweak, improve and go beyond what you are given.
Join a community that shares your passion, grow together and then make it your own.
Get the scoop on this year's contestants and their projects, or take a peek at the top modders from last year's competition for inspiration.
The Idea is to create a Wall PC structure from ...
Open air case with the shape of Dragon. Dragon...
DOOM - ZenModz
My new Gaming PC
Master Vision by Mpovh
Fire and Blood Mod
Project :: R&G
This was my scratch build project for 2015/2016...
Eskimod 2.0 (#Eskimod2)
The "Cyberpunk style" will be the theme of this...
Back to Nature-Ivy
Pandora Box Pegasus
CM 335U Blue&white
Lair of Grievous
I made my first computer inside a broken cello ...
PPG Corner Desk
"Der Zwerg" aka "The Dwarf"
MASTER OF DIMENSION
winter is coming
Battlefield 4 Lav-AD
LAN-Party Laptop 2016 - From The Dark Side
TriHexa 666 - Apocalypse Dragon
Greeting! Everybody wants unique house, a mach...
KAM - the wall mounted PC
The chassis is a Cooler Master Cosmos SE, and w...
The Power Cell Star Wars theamed PC
THE STAGE COACH WELLS FARGO
Ragnar`s Revenge, The Viking Computer
Venom Featuring ASUS's latest Z170 Sabertooth ...
iron man project
blackNred Wall mount by GamerzNation
Dark Side Machine - Project by tankian
Model MK-III Fulcrum
The Masters Apprentice
Get updates on the competition as it unfolds around the world, learn more about the judges, access build tutorials and find more here at our constantly updated hub.
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A Look at the Best: David Cathey
Beginnings: How a Master Clocksmith Inspired a Young Modder
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Beginnings: Experimenting on His Brother's PC
2016 Judges: Meet the Elite
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Tower Mod – must be a Cooler Master case (any size).Scratch Build
Completing Your Worklog
- Post images and a description of your mod progress on the thread you created in the Cooler Master forum. For examples, check some of last year’s worklogs.
- If you are entering with a completed or ‘in progress’ mod:
- You must be able to provide a full worklog from start to finish with images and a description.
- Your mod must not have started earlier than Jan. 1, 2015.
- Your mod cannot be an entry from a previous global Cooler Master Mod Contest.
Completing Your Modder Profile
Your public modder profile is created automatically from the information you provide during registration and can be updated at any time by visiting the Modders page.
Make sure your profile contains the following information:
- The title of your mod entry
- A description or concept of your mod entry
- Five pictures of your final mod entry (preferably 800x600 pixels in .jpg file format)
- One picture of your final entry with a clearly recognizable Cooler Master component (name specified).
Changes made to your profile page will update within five business days.
- Press the COMPLETE MY PROJECT button under your modder profile updates page.
- Once you complete your project, this will be considered your final submission and you will be unable to make further changes to your profile page.
From their respective fields of expertise, this year's judges will be basing their scores on four areas:
- complexity - the level of difficulty and detail in creating the mod or build
- design - creativity and taste in the external and internal arrangement, materials and colors
- originality - the boldness of the mod in using unique design and build aspects
- overall look - the general feel of the mod, taking into account all criteria at once
Contestants must agree to the terms & conditions before entering the competition:
By participating, you verify that:
By participating, you conclusively agree to be bound by these contest rules and conditions. This is an irrevocable condition of entry.
Contestants who do not agree to the above terms and conditions should not enter this contest.