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Cooler Master announces the winners of the Case Mod World Series

Cooler Master Case Mod series is probably the most intense modding competition every to be held to bring diverse mods from around the world. With over 120 international entries, 82 were complete submissions, 36 tower mods and 46 scratch build systems. Judges from Cooler Master side chose three winners for Tower mod and Scratch build category, while another tower mod and scratch build category in the people’s choice.

­ Usually, many modding competitions are invitational only, limiting to a handful of modders that are usually known by hardware enthusiasts. Though those mods look impressive, it doesn’t give a platform to other potential modders. In this competition, however, Cooler Master allowed many entries and not limiting it to a particular country or continent. The end result is spectacular!

People’s choice awards piled up to 21,000 votes. The category and list of winners of the Case Mod world series are as follows:

[divider] Saying that all of these builds to be impressive is simply an understatement. The winners, some of the images and links to the mods are as follows:

Tower Mod series

Scratch Build

People’s Choice Winners

The Case Mod series were judged by known names Peter Brands, Richard Keirsgieter, Richard Surroz, Ronnie Hara, Brian Farrell, Ermanno Bonandini, and Antony Leather. The winners received $ 30,000 in cash and prizes from companies like Avexir, OCZ, Asus, Nvidia, Dremel and Cooler Master.

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