Mod in Taiwan Final Builds Now On Show at Computex

/ 4 years ago


The InWin ModinTaiwan event is built-phase may be done, but the builds are now out on display at the InWin booth and public voting has begun! Let’s take a quick look at the builds on display. First up (above), we have the Coat of Arms build from Team BSMods, and it looks stunning, great work from team members Bob Stewart and Rod Rosenberg!


Next up, we have Titan Fall, the work of talented modders Lee Harrington and Ronald Lee Chrisianson. The external work on this build is spectacular, with some great paintwork on those custom panels, and the fiery interior as a powerful contrast.



The freakish water cooling of team MBF, showing that Gregory Rousseau and Olivier Maillet know their way around a water block and a paint job wth their “Pulsar” build.



The stunning effort of team Running With Scissors Daniel Harper and Dave Alcock, featuring digital camo, a flawless water cooling loop with hard tubing, custom cut and painted panels and some lovely cable sleeving.



The build from Bbetech “faif oh nain” certainly stands out, with a custom loop that passes through a chamber on the top of the chassis, and an “InWin” logo inside the reservoir; really cool work from Martin Blass and Stefan Blass.



Wow, Team Down Under did an amazing job of their military themed WMD build. Ammo everywhere, and every three radiators fitted to an external combat vest; not practical, but certainly original.



It may not be as crazy as some of the others, but SMPC Modding’s Justin Ohlsen and Bjorn Hall show that a slick paint job, some flawless water cooling and a few internal tweaks go a long way to making a great build.



Finally, the Kun MOD boys, Kun and Sreay with their stunning LED lighting and custom internal panel for a rotated radiator and fan mount, as well as a riser card for the GPU.



Ready to cast your votes, watch the build logs and more? Head on over to the official page and show your support for your favourite teams right here.

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