Sometimes, what’s available just isn’t good enough, or isn’t personalized enough. Modding is the process of customizing your hardware or software to do things its original developer didn’t intend. From custom computer cases to modified games, we can help you mod your personalized masterpiece.
To celebrate the one-year anniversary of the Prodigy M, BitFenix is now building it in more colors.
Corsair's Commander Mini can function as a central hub for all your fans and Corsair Link compatible devices.
MSI's new motherboard is perfect for black and white themed builds.
How to enable Cheats/Mods on the Origin Version of Dragon Age: Origins Introduction In this tutorial we will...
The grand prize of this contest is a trip into space worth $200,000.
Scythe's new fan controller has arrived.
Ever wanted to pick the exact colors for your own enclosure? Now you can (sort of)!
Parvum's S2.0 case is made of acrylic, and comes flat-packed.
Icy Dock's new Flex-Fit Trio Accessory can hold up to three hard drives in a single 5.25" drive bay.
Corsair has announced a number of new Air Series fans, all with LED lighting.
Lamptron has introduced the FC5V3 fan controller with adjustable display colors and an initial 12 V burst.
Gigabyte changes the PCB design of the GTX Titan without changing it.
EKWB has announced the arrival of a new CSQ among CPU blocks with a cleaner design.
Sharkoon has announced a simple accessory that would make empty optical drive bays useful.
A user from the EEV forums has figured out how to turn a GTX 690 into a Quadro K5000 card, or at least make it appear so.
Go modders go!
It's an All-In-One "Ultimate Combo System" from Ben Heckendorn.
We set out to build a PC with completely customizable LED lighting. And when we say the PC, we mean the whole thing. The mouse, keyboard, gamepad, enclosure, memory, fan controller, and even power supply are...
If you're a case modder, you may want to consider trying your hand at winning this competition.
PC game modders can now get their hands on the source code for Doom 3: BFG Edition.
John Carmack hasn't forgotten about the Rage modders waiting patiently for their toolset.