2023 Thermaltake CaseMOD Invitational Season 1

Final Voting Starts Now

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2023 Thermaltake CaseMOD Invitational Season 1 Brings

Taipei, Taiwan-January 31st, 2024-Thermaltake, a leading PC DIY brand for premium hardware solutions, is delighted to announce the final voting of the 2023 Thermaltake CaseMOD Invitational Season 1 has started. Started in October, this 4-month journey is reaching its end, and the modders did a fantastic job modding the CTE C750 Air Full Tower Chassis and now is the time to select the winners!

The 2023 Thermaltake CaseMOD Invitational Season 1 Final Voting is held from January 31st to February 14th, 2024. The top three winning contestants will receive up to USD 15,000 cash prizes in total, and the winners will be announced in February 2024. Hence, if you want to support your most-liked modder and win prizes, do not hesitate to become part of the Tt family. Everyone is welcome to register on the Tt Community forums and vote for your favorite mod/modders. After logging onto the platform, all you have to do is simply cast your vote on the voting thread. Once you have completed the voting, you will have the chance to win some amazing prizes from Thermaltake, including a CTE C750 Air Full Tower Chassis and a TOUGHRAM XG RGB D5 Memory DDR5 6000MT/s 32GB (16GB x2). Prizes will be given out to randomly selected voters, don’t miss out!

Meet the Modders and their amazing Mods

[Canada] Derek Wilson combined his outstanding craftsmanship and puppet-making skills to construct a PC house together with the puppet buddy “Brickwell.”

[China] Bai Lin integrated building blocks and the representative colors of the original Super Mario Bros on his mod, bringing everyone back to this classic game.

[France] Wael Kadri blended the vintage charm of Route 66 and the modern technology of PC hardware, creating a visually stunning case modding.

[India] Maulik Patel is a master of painting, and he fully showed the beauty of mirror artwork and Indian traditional mural craft through his modding.

[Italy] Marco Di Silvestre crafted a game-themed “Super Mario Bros.” build, utilizing 3D printing to recreate the game scene details in reality.

[South Korea] Seung Jae Lee re-imagined the case with innovative cutting-edge technology, resulting in the creation of a neat and sleek snowflake shape.

[Thailand] Ponsarud Romvilast chose purple and white as the main colors of his CTE C750 mod, and he made an ultra-clean case with irregular-shaped panels.

[USA] Timmy Parker was inspired by race cars, using lots of polished stainless steel to build an industrial-style mod with many delicate design details.

How to Vote and Voting Rules

Voting will be held on the Tt Community forums. The total percentage of the score allocated to the community voting is approximately 25%, with 15% by Thermaltake, 25% by professional modders, 25% by sponsor judges, and 10% by Thermaltake’s CEO Kenny Lin.

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