The project is designed by two very prolific modders in the community that want to show off relatable and realistic examples of modding, park picking and really how modding is done. They're focusing on entry-level gaming to show that modding can be an activity for everyone with every budget.
The project will run for six weeks and have weekly updates showing off the progress they'll make. You can sign-up to participate right here. After the first project, more will happen for six weeks at a time with appropriate increases in value and performance of the parts. The winner can win a modded gaming system.
The whole event is being partnered with AMD, GIGABYTE, Kingston, Western Digital and Thermaltake, who is very excited to be partnering with the two Australian Modders, Chris and Corey.
One of the first systems might just involve a little carbon fibre and this here cooler from Thermaltake.
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