Cooler Master Case Mod 2013

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Judge #1

Trib Light Cycle

Brian Carter aka ‘Bod Mods’

1st Place Winner in 2011 Scratch Mod Category - Tron Lightcycle PC

"Back in high school, I was always tinkering with cars along with my friends. We all had hot rods and raced at the drag strip every Wednesday night; we were also into paintballing. Soon after we started playing FPS games on our computers, which was just like playing paintball in real life, so our attention changed from cars to computers, hot-rodding them instead. That's when I decided to be different; I put a light and window in my rig for the next geek-fest (as we called it) and so it began. That was 2004. I've built over 20 case mods since, and can't stop! It's a great artistic outlet for me, and quite therapeutic as well. Case modding is the culmination of all my passions, past and present."

Judge #2

L3p D3sk

Peter Brands aka 'L3p'

2nd Place Winner in 2011 Scratch Mod Category - L3p D3sk

Peter is an electrician by day and case modder by night. Peter’s mods have gained massive followings with the likes of L3p L4n, Parvum, AlCu and L3p D3sk. After took 2nd place in the Cooler Master 2011 scratch mod with L3p D3sk, it garnered massive media coverage from the likes of Engadget and Maximum PC and went on to become Bit-Tech’s mod of the year 2011, Guru3D Rig of the Year 2011, etc. With such popularity, Peter and his team have started to offer the Red Harbinger for sale with is hugely inspired by the L3p D3sk.

Judge #3

Richard Surroz aka DarthBeavis

Richard Surroz aka DarthBeavis

Founder of Out of the Box Mods

Richard has been one of the early modders that burst into the modding scene back in 1997. His company, Out Of the Box Mods, now does a lot of custom projects for companies like Intel, ATI, ASUS, Crucial, and NVIDIA. He is also present at a lot of gaming events such as PAX and PDXLan, be sure to check out this insane gaming rigs at these events. He has won three CPU Magazine covers. Aside from modding, Richard is also Chair of The School of Information Technology at an ITT campus where he includes liquid nitrogen over-clocking, water-cooling, and case modding in his teachings.

Judge #4

Antony Leather

Main Contributor to Bit-Tech's Mod Column

Antony is a veteran modder of 10 years. He regularly spots the best up-and-coming mods from around the world. Antony covers the modding sections for Custom PC magazine and Bit-tech.net and provides most of the content for both. He is also often invited to different modding related events across Europe as a judge.

Judge #5

Asus

ASUS has long been at the forefront of the growth in the IT industry. While the company started life as a humble motherboard manufacturer with just a handful of employees, it is now the leading technology company in Taiwan with over 12,500 employees worldwide. ASUS makes products in almost every area of Information Technology too, including PC components, peripherals, notebooks, tablets, servers and smartphones.

Judge #6

GeIL

GeIL memory is one of the most trusted memory professionals in the industry. In the year 2000, with the vast knowledge of tweaking and producing some of the world’s fastest DRAM modules, GeIL shook the PC enthusiasts market and changed it for the better. The introduction of the first ever memory heat-spreader, the dual-channel packaged memory kit and lifetime warranty are all innovative concepts GeIL introduced in the PC DIY market from 2000~2003.

Judge #7

Cooler Master

Cooler Master Design Team

 

Cooler Master is announcing the 2013 Case Mod Contest, with cash and hardware prizes that total up to US$20,000, sponsored by: ASUS, GeIL and Plextor. Previous years have produced some incredible builds and gone on to gain strong fan followings worldwide. We look forward to seeing the artistry and innovation of the 2013 entries. Modders are invited to enter in one of two categories: "Tower Mod" and "Scratch Build." Hardware plus cash prizes await the 1st place x 1, 2nd place x 2 and 3rd place x 3 winners of the two existing categories.