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2015 Thermaltake CaseMOD Invitational Season 2
Brings Ten Top Case Modders Worldwide Together to
Create the New Core X9 MOD

Taipei, Taiwan-August 3, 2015-Thermaltake, an industry leader in computer chassis, thermal solutions, and power supply units, today brings back the international modding event of the year, the 2015 Thermaltake Case MOD Invitational Season 2. The event is held in the Tt Community, featuring ten of the world's top case modders from the United States, Canada, United Kingdom, France, Germany, Australia, Russia, Thailand, and Philippines. Contestants will use various Thermaltake liquid cooling components to transform the Thermaltake Core X9 E-ATX Cube Chassis into a brand new creation!

For more details on the 2015 Thermaltake CaseMod Invitational Season 2 please visit:

Beginning on September 1st, everyone is welcome to register to vote for their favorite modders on Tt Community (, and enter to win the Thermaltake Riing Patented LED Radiaot Fan. Thermaltake is proud to present this exciting casemod invitational event, and the winner of Season Two will have their MOD displayed at our CES (Computer Electronics Show) 2016 showroom in Las Vegas, Nevada.

CaseMOD with Core X9 Chassis
Season one's winner Suchao Prowphong from Thailand's Core X9 MOD piece "Core X2 Furious" a tribute to the "Fast and Furious" movies series' actor Paul Walker, was displayed at Thermaltake's booth at 2015 COMPUTEX Taipei. This MOD piece garnered a lot of national and international press attention, and made it into many best COMPUTEX MODs lists created by well-known media around the world.

The Core X9 E-ATX cube case continues Thermaltake's tradition of creating innovative liquid-cooling system cases. Featuring a cube design, the series offers endless stacking ability and expandability, which allow enthusiasts to create massive liquid cooling systems for single systems, file servers, or even dual systems. Users can customize the chassis for the best viewing presentation with an interchangeable window and I/O panel design. The Core X Series definitely delivers outstanding cooling performance and compatibility with extensive DIY/AIO LCS and overclocking components.

Meet the Modders

Alex Ciobanu from Australia, administrator of the Facebook page "Simple Modz," has been a PC enthusiast his entire life.

Brian Carter has been modding for more than 10 years; his work can be seen in numerous magazines and modding websites, and he has won several modding competitions.

Dave Althingy, from the United Kingdom, is a "hobbymodder" who runs the Facebook page Mods by davido_labido to show his passion for casemodding.

Edgar Marckmann (also known as Eddy Kuz), from Germany, begins his mods with the NZXT Phantom and Silverstone TJ07and is the admin of the Case Modding Deutschland (CMD) Group on Facebook.
Jengki, from Thailand, founded "World Media Plus", his most famous build is the Iron Man casemod, followed by a series of MARVEL mods based on Captain America and Spiderman.

Jesse Palacio "JP Modified", from the Philippines, has been modding since the mid-2000s and creates mods for some of the biggest hardware companies in the world.

Jonathan Garlit, from Canada, also known as "SpH!Nx" and "Kazuma" on a few online modding community websites, made a first scratch build last year on a Mini ITX chassis, "Dotabox," and continues to push himself further and further.

Mathieu Heredia, from France, co-owner of Watermod, has won several competitions for modding including the Bit-tech mod of the Month, Guru3D rig of the month, Maximum PC rig of the month, and ASUS R.O.G mod of the month.

Maxim Kisin "Mksoft Maxim", from Russia, joined the competition "King of the Modding 2008" with the project "DeskTop Multimedia PC"; he excels at handling different kinds of materials such as wood, plastic, stone, and even bones.

Ron Lee Christianson, from the United States, owner of Blue Horse Studios, builds custom PCs and comes from a long line of artists; has poured his whole heart into painting and performing anything creative.

How to Vote and Voting Prize Highlight
A weekly voting event will be held on the Tt Community forum, and prizes will be given to members who vote. The total percentage of the score allocated to community voting is 35%; 10 % is given to Newegg, and 55% to Thermaltake.

The Tt Community platform ( is open to all users. We welcome you to join us by interacting and sharing valuable information and experiences with one another. Most importantly, your opinions and ideas will help us better understand your desires and expectations of our products and services. Don't hesitate; come register and vote for your favorite modder right away!

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