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EK Water Blocks' Vulture Mod-Off voting started

EK Water Blocks' Vulture Mod-Off voting started

EK Water Blocks' Vulture Mod-Off voting started

EK Water Blocks' Vulture Mod-Off voting started

 

ast year EK Water Blocks introduced their first PC Case, the EK Vulture. Don't let its small form-factor fool you: There's room for a 360mm radiator in the front. Anyway, alongside the product announcement, EKWB also announced a Vulture Mod-Off, where several modders were challenged to mod the new case. The mod-off has almost ended, and it's time to cast your votes. Who do you think has the best mod?

First up is B-Negative, which some of you may know from the OC3D Forums. His build, he named HeretEK, is an absolute beauty to look at. It features copper plumbing as water cooling tubing, and a clean, black color scheme with a touch of red (and copper). You can check out B-Negative's project log here.

 

EK Water Blocks' Vulture Mod-Off voting started

 

Another person we know from the OC3D Forums is Snef. Snef went for a white and gold color scheme, and it looks stunning. Definitely have a look at his project log too.

 

 EK Water Blocks' Vulture Mod-Off voting started

 

Montymole has a project log on our forums too. His Vulture build, called GT3 RS, is endorsed by under more MSI. He went for a clear racing theme with a beautiful black, red and grey color scheme.

 

 EK Water Blocks' Vulture Mod-Off voting started

 

Altex's Vulture is called Anvil, and it's unique to say the least. It's primary color is metallic silver, almost metal-like, with red and grey internals. 

 

 EK Water Blocks' Vulture Mod-Off voting started

 

Akira749 painted the Vulture red and named it Lady Sif. This mod features acrylic tubing and amazing sleeved cables.

 

EK Water Blocks' Vulture Mod-Off voting started

 

 

Look at the Flowers, the mod by DarthBeavis, has arguably the most unique paint job. DarthBeavis went with a The Walking Dead theme, and it looks amazing.

 

 EK Water Blocks' Vulture Mod-Off voting started

 

Malik called his mod 'Project Vulture'. This simplistic build features a black color scheme with red accents and coolant. We think it looks pretty epic. 

 EK Water Blocks' Vulture Mod-Off voting started

 

Last but not least: PCJunkieMod's Simplicity. This build features ROG hardware, but has a grey and green color scheme. Props to them!

 

EK Water Blocks' Vulture Mod-Off voting started

 

Voting can be done through this link. When you vote, you're automatically entered in a competition in which you can win one of three vulture cases hand painted by B-Negative.

 

---VOTE HERE---

  

Join the discussion on the EKWB Vulture Mod-Off and tell us who you voted for on the OC3D Forums.

 

The EKWB's Vulture Mod-Off competition has gone into voting fase. Vote for a chance to win a Vulture case hand painted...

Posted by OC3D on Thursday, 4 June 2015
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Most Recent Comments

04-06-2015, 12:54:10

B NEGATIVE
Likey!

I promise not to paint pictures of Knobs on the inside of the panels....Quote

04-06-2015, 13:08:08

crap-at-games
B NEGATIVE your case and internals is really a work of art and looks absolutely gorgeous and i especially like the copper tubingQuote

04-06-2015, 13:25:04

RickPlaysWarr
Hi
I have voted. Tough choice. I honestly say I want all the systems. My vote was for SNef as I think the over-the top detailing he did with his theme is awesome.

B-Neg I really want the case man.

--Rick--Quote

04-06-2015, 13:28:40

TPC
My vote goes to the GT3 RS
I love that color sheme!Quote

05-06-2015, 03:45:17

RizeAllard
Hi! I would like to vote, but I don't know where can I do it. Maybe I am a bit late but these moddings are awesome.
Could you please send me a link where I can vote? Quote
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