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  1. 16 points
    Tt Andy

    MFC 2 VOTING

    The voting is open from February 22nd until March 7th. Everyone is welcome to register on Tt Community, and vote for their favorite modders by using the desk version of Tt Community or the Tt MOD App. All you have to do is simply placing your vote on this thread. Once the vote is done, you will have a chance of winning cool prizes from Thermaltake and other event sponsors TT Premium, Tt eSPORTS and LUXA2. Thermaltake also offers up to $15,000USD cash prizes in total for the top 3 winners. The winners list will be announced in mid-March. Prizes: Core P90 Floe Riing RGB 240 TT Premium Edition Toughpower DPS G RGB 750W Gold
  2. 14 points
    Tt Andy

    Prediction Voting Event

    The MFC 2 Prediction voting event has Started! All you have to do is leave a comment on this thread, on who you think will win MFC 2 for your chance to win 1 of the below prizes! Event Duration: 12/15/2017 ~ 1/12/2018 Note: Only 1 entry per account is allowed, multiple entry's will be disqualified Prizes Thermaltake View 27 Gull-Wing Window ATX Mid-Tower Chassis Riing Plus 12 LED RGB Radiator Fan TT Premium Edition (5 Fan Pack) Smart RGB 700W
  3. 14 points
    Tt Andy

    Prediction Voting Event

    Prediction Voting Event has started! Comment below on who you think will win 2017 CaseMOD Invitational Season 1 for your chance to win! Prizes include: Riing Plus 12 RGB Radiator Fan TT Premium Edition x 3 Toughpower Grand RGB 850W Gold Fully Modular Power Supply x1 View 27 Gull-Wing Window ATX Mid-Tower Chassis x1 Event date: May 2nd ~ May 30th
  4. 12 points
    Tt Andy

    VOTE NOW! - Voting Closed

    2017 CaseMOD Invitational Season 1 Voting has started! Week 1 Voting Event (Aug 1st ~ Aug 7th 2017) Week 2 Voting Event (Aug 8th ~ Aug 15th 2017) Who made the best mod this season? vote for your winner on the Poll for your chance to win one of the listed prizes! • Core X71 Chassis • View 27 Chassis • Thermaltake Toughpower DPS G RGB 750W Gold Power Supply • Riing Plus 12 RGB Radiator Fan TT Premium Edition • Meka Pro Cherry MX Keyboard • Ventus X RGB optical gaming mouse • Cronos Riing RGB 7.1 headset • Draconem RGB Mousepad [Brazil] Douglas Alves [Italy] Filippo Borgarelli [Thailand] Chaipoj Khaowasut [Philippines] Mhike Samsin [United Kingdom] Alex Banks [China] Magic Zhu [USA] Marc Molella [Japan] Von Carlo Rasonabe [France] Olivier Maillet [Russia] Kozlov Konstantin [Australia] Ethan Cooper [Germany] Sascha Moeske
  5. 11 points
    The MFC 2 Pre Event Prediction's have Started! All you have to do is leave a comment on this thread, on who you think will win MFC 2 for your chance to win 1 of the below prizes! Event Duration: 11/15/2017 ~ 12/15/2017 Note: Only 1 entry per account is allowed, multiple entry's will be disqualified 1. View 31 Chassis 2. Riing Plus 12 LED RGB Radiator Fan 3. SMART DPS G 600W Bronze PSU
  6. 11 points
    Tt Andy

    Prediction Voting Event

    Hey guys, Thank you all for entering, Here are the winners! please send Tt Andy a private message with your name, address and contact number. We will send you Your prize at the end of the event! Riing Plus 12 RGB Radiator Fan TT Premium Edition O.s.k Nepharus zhovnir73 Toughpower Grand RGB 850W Gold Fully Modular Power Supply daisy View 27 Gull-Wing Window ATX Mid-Tower Chassis ピオク ジュン
  7. 10 points
    Boxeroverlord

    [Russia] Kozlov Konstantin

    A start there is not turning back!
  8. 9 points
    Tt Andy

    Pre Event Predictions

    2018 CaseMOD Invitational Season 1 has started! Post below on who you think will win this season for your chance to win a View 37 RGB Edition and a Floe Riing RGB 360! Event Date: 5/14 ~ 6/8 / 2018 Terms and conditions: Only one entry per account, cheaters and people with multiple IP's will be automatically removed from the contest.
  9. 9 points
    Tt Andy

    Pre Event Predictions

    Thanks guys for entering, we will release the winners soon so stay tuned
  10. 9 points
    Boxeroverlord

    [Russia] Kozlov Konstantin

    Greetings to all. Finally I have got around and there was time. Tell us a bit about plans and thoughts. Tower 900 this is a lovely spacious enclosure in which you can implement quite interesting projects. But I still see a universal system all in one matter of fact I will try to implement. in the meantime, all the glands going. A few photos for starters.
  11. 8 points
    Tt Andy

    Voting Stage Two

    2018 Thermaltake CaseMOD Invitational Season 2 - TT Talent Stage Two - Voting has started! All you have to do is vote for your favorite modder for this season on the poll on or before 12/4/2018 11:59pm PST! We are also giving 3 lucky voters the chance to win a Level 20 VT chassis, just for voting! so don't miss out! Below are the videos by the modders: UK Alex Banks Alex_Banks_UK-A_life_of_colour__Season_2.mp4 Argentina Andrés Sebastián Barés Andres_Argentina.mp4 Brazil Douglas Alves Douglas Alves Brasil_Brazil.mp4 Germany Stefan Ulrich Stefan_Ulrich_Germany.mp4 South Africa Stuart Henning Stuart Henning - TT Casemod 2018 S02 - TT Talent Round 2.mp4 Vietnam Nguyen Dinh Ban Ban_Vietnam.mp4
  12. 8 points
    Boxeroverlord

    [Russia] Kozlov Konstantin

    Hello! Came the first package body.
  13. 6 points
    Tt Andy

    Prediction Voting Event

    The Prediction Voting Event has Started! All you have to do is comment below on who you think will win this seasons CaseMOD Invitational for your chance to win our NEW Core P5 Ti Edition! Event date: July 6th 2018 ~ August 3rd 2018
  14. 6 points
  15. 6 points
    Boxeroverlord

    [Russia] Kozlov Konstantin

    In General the procedure was completed successfully, under the hood was dry, the pasta which falls off in pieces, now the CPU is planted on the "GM" actually a few photos.
  16. 6 points
    Boxeroverlord

    [Russia] Kozlov Konstantin

    Greetings to all. The mechanism is launched and operates quite adequately.A few photos of the build process glasses under drives and video working hoist. Video link IMG_0265.mp4
  17. 6 points
    Boxeroverlord

    [Russia] Kozlov Konstantin

    Hello/ Exactly my concept of the system should be compact and productive. Finally milled panels, now it became clear where that should be tightened. Generally work for the day and everything should be like a native. the main feature that the upper part team as the sandwich factory and will be used I\O panel.
  18. 5 points
    Prediction Voting Event (September 20th ~ October 18th) ALL you have to do is vote for your favorite modder on the poll above for your chance to win Level 20 VT chassis or a set of ToughRAM! Level 20 VT TOUGHRAM RGB Memory DDR4 3000MHz 16GB (8GB x 2)
  19. 5 points
    scumbherg_119297

    MFC 2 VOTING

    Jesse Palacio! FTW!
  20. 5 points
    Thanks guys for entering, the event is now over. We will pick the winners soon, Please be sure to check back on our social media or this thread to check if you have won!
  21. 5 points
  22. 5 points
    Boxeroverlord

    [Russia] Kozlov Konstantin

    Hi friends. A little late with photos and project, but that was the reason.) A little about the work done 1) Identified tanks 2) For the fitting screwed back wall 3) Finally marked out, and screwed the tray to the motherboard 4) For fitting attach the monitor looks good) In General, I began the process of final Assembly. According to the plans be customized to the end fit to the motherboard, to suit all chassis, wait for the fans and power supply and finally to collect electrician. And today came another package from TT.
  23. 5 points
    Boxeroverlord

    [Russia] Kozlov Konstantin

    Hello/ Came another parcel, in her memory from V-color, video Card ASUS STRIX 1070, the processor from Intel 7700k. In General photo for the seed and I went to scalp))) ON the key issues 1) waiting for komplektuhu 2) all painting respectively 3) Pinned SSD V-Color RGB backlit))
  24. 5 points
    Boxeroverlord

    [Russia] Kozlov Konstantin

    Hello. Received the package with the components. Sent the motherboard from ASUS and SSD from V-Color and the tradition of the photo. The case is currently disassembled for painting.
  25. 5 points
    Boxeroverlord

    [Russia] Kozlov Konstantin

    Greetings friends. ON the question whether it is possible to mix the liquid the simple Answer is Yes, if its composition is the same true with the liquid type "pastel" can not ride because it has a dense color. Some time passed and now that has changed. 1) was added 2-tube light is made of standard 50 cm tubes and fittings Thermaltake Thermaltake c RGB backlight. 2) Estimate the so-called sole the one in the middle. 3) there are 2 radiator from Thermaltake RL 480. 4) Also, while trying on tanks with pumps them there is the place in my opinion. And what happened photo))
  26. 5 points
    Boxeroverlord

    [Russia] Kozlov Konstantin

    Hello came the first shipments of iron. While briefly visited, what was to come. In General, it is now possible to accelerate. Follow the news and possibly over the weekend a couple of reviews to do on some interesting elements that deserve special attention.
  27. 5 points
    Boxeroverlord

    [Russia] Kozlov Konstantin

    A little render, the process is in full swing. I think this week will arrive the panel and will collect.
  28. 4 points
    Teszty66

    Alternative to TT RGB software

    New version on github Any issues with new version should be posted on github This version is deprecated and will not be updated, left for archival purposes. ------------------------------------------------------------------------- How it looks. Make sure you are not running this program and the official one. They will both stop to work. To install you run "RiingPlus.Service.exe", it will ask you for administrator rights (needed for temperature reading), and then follow the prompts. If installing as custom user enter username as ".\<username>" and your windows password. To uninstall run it again. Then you run "RiingPlus.Gui.exe" to control the service. If you see a "waiting for service" dialog, the service probably failed to start. You can check why in windows event log. By default your current settings will be left untouched, you have to create a new profile, select fans that will be in that profile and click save. Each fan can only be in one profile of each type. The types are: Normal Boot - when saved will apply fan speed/rgb settings at pc boot, after saving will revert to Normal profile for each fan if present Shutdown - will be applied when service/pc is shutting down There are no error prompts and the app will just revert to correct/previous settings when saving if something is configured incorrectly. By default the temperature update is every 250ms, and fan speed update is every 2500ms. This can be changed in "config.json", not available in gui yet. Ofc I give you no warranty that it will work, or that your pc wont catch on fire. You can read posts from people that have it working. If something wont work, ill try to update but dont expect 24/7 support. How to update (service): Stop "Riing Plus Controller" service via "services.msc" or "net stop" Drop new version on top of the old one replacing all files Start the service How to update (GUI): Stop gui if running Drop new version on top of the old one replacing all files Changelog: v1.7: Removed empty port detection as it causes too many issues v1.6: Fix race condition when trying to set the fan to 0% speed in PWM mode Fix fan list sorting v1.5: Add support for mixing many temperature sensors (min/max/avg) This change means you will need to set temperature sensors again for each profile and re-save them. Or you could, while the service is off, edit each line in config.json like this: "TemperatureSensorIdentifier": "<sensor>" to: "TemperatureSensorIdentifiers": ["<sensor>"] Correctly handle pc sleep/hibernate events Fix hanging tasks when service is shutting down Hide disabled config controls v1.4: Fix critical temperature not working Fix detection of empty ports v1.3: Allow installation as LocalService v1.2: Fix detection of unused ports Add "Off" speed mode v1.1: Add ability to set temperature sensor per profile Update openhardwarelib (support for newer intel/amd processors) Fix controller sorting Ignore critical temperature on manual speed mode Backup link RiingPlusController_v1.7.zip
  29. 4 points
    Thanks guys for voting , it was a great event with great ideas! Please give us a couple of days to check and go over the results, we will announce the winner soon
  30. 4 points
    This is my concept for the TT Talent 2019. BUILD NAME: J.A.R.V.I.S Reborn The lighting design on the front and top are rough due to time spent and would be more detailed and better looking should I get the chance to build my design. I won't say much more as the video is a bit long, sorry :/ Would like to Thank Thermaltake for the opportunity they have provided us with and I wish everyone good luck and congratulations for making it to stage 2!
  31. 4 points
    Tt Andy

    [Round 1 Ended]

    Hey guys, Just wanted to say a big thank you for all the people that entered, entry's after this post will not be counted but please feel free to continue to post! Thank you for all your help and we will release the winners of round 1 within the next couple of days so look out for it! Andy
  32. 4 points
    PLEASE READ Event Launch – Stage 1 (2019/3/29 – 2019/4/15) To enter, all you have to do is create a tread on TT community “2019 casemod invitational tt talent community league” thread with your basic information and a video on why you should be selected to be TT’s Talent (The video has to be between 1 min – 5 min long). The theme of the Video should include a personal bio and why we should choose you as the next TT Talent, you need to also include experience about using Thermaltake and your modding and PC building experiences. Previous experiences with Thermaltake can be added Final Video Submission Date is 4/15/2019 This event is in no way sponsored, endorsed or administered by, or associated with Apple Inc. Talent Selection - Stage 2 (2019/4/15) - TOP 12 contenders are selected by Thermaltake. Top 12 contenders are selected, contenders are sent TT Products for review. The contenders will need to create a video on the items sent, basic introduction. Contestants will be required to create a 2nd video mentioning what their plan is to mod the Level 20 Full Tower Chassis. CAD drawings or 3D Renders or sketches. Video must also talk about how Thermaltake products can help with such mod. At this stage all contenders progressed will win $500 USD Stage 2 Voting (2019/4/17) Top 12 contenders that are selected, will be put into a poll and public voting will commence. Voting will be held on TT Community Forums. 30% Community and 70% by Thermaltake to ensure fairness of the event. Computex (2019/5/28) Winner will be flown to Computex to join Thermaltake at Computex for the week, hotel and flights included! Winner will be one of Thermaltake's dedicated media for the show After Computex Winner will be sent the Level 20 chassis and everything that is needed to put the concept together. (Only TT hardware included) Level 20 GT Battlestation (2019/6/22) Creation of the winning concept begins
  33. 4 points
    Aramus

    MFC 2 VOTING

    you have completely wasted your time on a rant you have little understanding of. the voting is to get the audience involved only so they have their own pick. who they chose and why they choose them is completely none of your business. some here even voted for a build that is not even finished for reasons that are their own. the vote count has little value and the winner is still determined by the Judges who are going to be other modders and sponsors. so sit down, free your nipples and relax. go peter brands!
  34. 4 points
    STUART_GGF

    [Australia] Stuart Tonks

    And the video
  35. 4 points
    Tt Andy

    Prediction Voting Event

    Thank you for entering : Event closed We will announce the winners for both giveaways soon!
  36. 4 points
    Tt Andy

    Pre Event Predictions

    Hello guys, Thanks for entering, Here are the winners! Toughpower Grand RGB 650W Gold Full Modular rithemking Water 3.0 Extreme S alxder Riing Plus 12 LED RGB Radiator Fan x2 MisterCOM nKwoel Please send Tt Andy a private message with your name, address and contact number on or before July 1st 2017 to claim your prize
  37. 4 points
    Tt Andy

    Pre Event Predictions

    Comment on this thread who you think will win 2017 CaseMOD Invitational Season 1 for your chance to win one of the prizes! Event date: 3/30/2017 ~ 4/27/2017 Prizes: Riing Plus 12 LED RGB Radiator Fan (2 sets to be won) Toughpower Grand RGB 650W Gold Full Modular Water 3.0 Extreme S
  38. 4 points
    Boxeroverlord

    [Russia] Kozlov Konstantin

    Thank You! Hello, I made another unboxing Second oldest model among the Thermaltake radiators of size 282.5x129x64 mm and intended for installation of two 120 mm fans. Package comes with 8 long screws M3 30 mm 4 screws M3, 8 mm long and 3 plugs with thread G1/4” and a special key for them. A distinctive feature of the RL series radiators – availability of ports G1/4” on both sides of the radiator, which in some cases greatly simplifies the wiring of the circuit. RL240 made of galvanized aluminum, the stated density is a 14 FPI (fins per inch).
  39. 4 points
    Boxeroverlord

    [Russia] Kozlov Konstantin

    Hi All ) Decided to make a quick anpak mechanical sensor of fluid flow from the company Thermaltake. Of the key features are the following: 1) the Materials from which made the inner elements ABS plastic skimmers and the impeller and PETG tube with a length of 85 mm, as the case 2) sets: a large set of unnecessary pamphlets, the flow sensor (with mounted red impeller, and two red skimmers (part-time stops for the impeller) inlet and outlet), 2 replacement impeller (white and black), 2 sets of interchangeable skimmers (stops) respectively, one set white, the second black color 3) Two compression fitting in black with internal thread G1/4 From myself I will add: the design is a simple one, it is a mechanical flow sensor, end fittings have only one drawback (and it's painted pretty well) on other fronts without complaints, a total of 3 o-rings on each fitting, the ability to combine. In the end, you can use:).
  40. 4 points
    Boxeroverlord

    [Russia] Kozlov Konstantin

    Greetings friends. After some thought I decided to make a controller. In the project there will be many devices with RGB backlight and do not want to fence the garland of the wires of the control units. This quickly decided to make a controller to control the whole electrical project. Here's some specifications that will make the controller - 2 channel stepper motors technology quiet control stepper motor StealthChop channel for 12V RGB strips channel for RGB backlight Thermaltake channel managed LEDs WS2812B - the ability to connect an external display - 4 analog inputs for sensors to tradition photos while only the Board itself without soldering )))
  41. 4 points
    Reapervon

    [Japan] Von Carlo Rasonabe

    Project: Tt X ROG Mechanicore Hi guys! I'm Von Carlo Rasonabe A.K.A. Reapervon, I will represent Japan in this year's modding contest. I would like to thank Thermaltake Technology inc, especially to Andy Cheng and Kenny Lin for giving me the chance to be part of this competition, it's such a great honor! and also Thank you so much to all sponsors of this event!!! ASUS Reapublic Of Gamers, Thermaltake e-sports, Luxa2, V-color and Intel. My entry for this year's competition is inspired by the Mecha and I named it "Tt X ROG Mechanicore". Good luck to everyone! If you guys want to know more about me, here is my FB https://www.facebook.com/ReaperVon and my FB page https://www.facebook.com/ReaperVonMods/?ref=page_internal. Past project with Thermaltake Weapon of Mass Destruction Core P3 Archangel Versa N24 Trans-Reaper
  42. 3 points
    Vote for your favorite Level 20 GT Design concept! 2019 Thermaltake CaseMOD Invitational Season 1- TT Talent / Community was a success and its time to vote, All you have to do is vote for your favorite Level 20 GT Design Concept in the poll above! Check out the amazing videos by all the contestants this season! For voting you can WIN yourself a Level 20 RGB Keyboard! PLEASE NOTE: Only 1 vote per person, all votes will be checked via ip and multiple ip's will be banned. VOTE DATE: 4/29/2019 ~ 5/8/2019 Morgan Winberg Devin Waddell Luís Alves Genevieve Baad Calen Saddler Douglas Vieira Alves Richard Ord Ahmad Syafiq Hamman Claricce Lim Amelia Rosina Rob Deluce Sanjaya Bhanu
  43. 3 points
    Tt Andy

    [India] Pramod Hambir

  44. 3 points
    JPModified

    [Philippines] Jesse Palacio

    Hello Everyone!!! Here it is.. SENTRY. My aim was to create a competition worthy build by keeping the original design fundamentals of the Core P90. It is after all the case that is to be showcased so I didn't want to hide it. People who either know me personally, or follow my work know that these kinds of builds are not what i do on a regular basis but since this is for competition, I went the extra hundred miles. I have learned plenty of new things with this project like wood work and use of the CnC. I put a lot of effort in completing this build. Like all my other work, I am proud. No matter how little, or large the project, i always make sure that I put passion as my main ingredient and enjoy the experience. Special thank you's to Intel, Asus, Plextor, Team Group and Thermaltake for making me part of their competitions for a THIRD time. Win or lose, it is always a pleasure to work with these companies. And last but not the least, Thank you to Emmanuel a.k.a Silverghost for teaching me basics on electronics, woodwork and use of the CnC. Thank you also to Ldan Cristano for being my assistant. Thank you Team JPModified: Sid and of course to my dearest Fiancee.. my heart, my soul, Gebby for... pretty much everything. enough talk. ENTER: S E N T R Y
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