"So what's up with this mechanical keyboard stuff?"
That is an excellent question; one that is not without infinite answers.
Admittedly, mechanical keyboard people are very dedicated. And I mean 'dedicated' in the sense of being obsessed. Like any enthusiasts group, we're in it for the long-haul. And I say that with the utmost respect because I too am a keyboard cultist. "We" share the love and desire for mechanical keyboards, and everything that comes along with them. There does tend to be some 'clicks' (get it?) with keyboard people though, such as linear people, clicky people, and tactile people. And I've even seen snobbish people who only buy top-end kits created in closed private group-buys of like a dozen units only and won't even talk to the budgety people because they're 'low-class peasants'.Read more...
Hello fellow modders and watercoolers! If you’ve been at this hobby for any amount of time, you’ve probably seen one of the new trends in watercooling. WATERWAYS, or distribution plates as others call them. They’re handy for streamlining your tubing runs, and are most definitely pretty to look at in those custom builds. The only problem is that they take a CNC mill in order to make, not to mention a bit of experience with machining. One solution to this is off-the-shelf waterways from brands like EKWB, Bykski, and Barrow, however, these are all designed for specific cases, with a set hardware configuration.
Who wants a Case Labs case? --No, no, calm down....I'm not giving one away (nor would I!); I'm simply asking a rhetorical question!Read more...
The goal of this project was to give the Man with The Plan behind PPCs a new, kick-ass rig built with new, kick-ass gear. And the first case that came to mind was Case Labs!