This months build comes from a guy with the nickname MybadOmen. To proof that PC enthusiasts can be found worldwide in all categories and ages we can proudly say that David Lane is a 40 year old guy. David has build an exemplary nice PC loaded with little things that trick the mind. Very little is not modified to be honest.
One person we have been following closely on his build-log is Eric Soeters from the Netherlands, and although his build still is not 100% finished, it's nearly there and just amazing. He has built the chassis from ground up including some very hard work. The end result is his new PC called the "Exo-S", we'll just leave the explanation and working to the man himself as the only thing that is left after you have seen this build is to clap your hands and yell bravo ...
The Rig of the Month May 2012 is unique for the reason that it is a woody :) A wooden cabinet was revamped into a stylish desktop. The build is not extreme with flashing lights, liquid cooling and extravaganza at all -- the build very clean looks and serves the owners needs really well. Have a peek at the build from Petar from France.
The Rig of the Month April 2012 is one of these builds that you keep you eye on, all yellow all pimped. Though the innards could have been dealt with a bit more nicely, it's still a ravager of a system alright. Read article
The Rig of the Month March 2012 is not at all a power house, plain and simple components are used. The x-factor however is to be found in the chassis. It's a rim, which inside of a PC has been fitted. Though not the most classy job in the world it does make a very original customized PC. And that's exactly what the rig of the month is all about. Read article
The Rig of the Month February 2012 once again shows style and design, the detail very nice in black, white, gold with Carbon elements. Mathieu who transformed one PC into a very unique and bling build certainly convinced us. What a nice job. Read article
The Rig of the Month January 2012 oozes with style and design, the detail is just intense. Kerekes János who transformed one PC into a very stylish and clean build completely blew us away. What a perfect job. You'll know what i mean when you take a look at it. Read article
The Rig of the Month December 2011 carries the keywords dark, excellent but most of all detail. Bill Lindsay who transformed one PC into a very stylish and clean build -- we'll call it 'the Cube'. Read article
This months entry shines in an all white design, once you lay your eyes on it, it will make an indistinguishable impression. Alain-S who transformed one PC into something very shiny and glossy looking -- and he must love the 'color' white. Read article
The Rig of the Month September 2011 is straightforward, uncomplicated but downright nicely done. Tannus Cassius who transformed one PC into something very shiny and glossy looking with very little modding actually. Read article
The rig of the Month July 2011 is absurd. A Dutch guy pretty much transformed one room and a desk into a big PC. Everything you are about to see us customized, he built a table, he places radiators under the housing of the floor and has gotten everything liquid cooled with only the best gear. And then when you look at the finished product .. all you can say is WOW -- that's a guarantee. Read article
The rig of the Month June 2011 style, silence and performance are the key ingredients for the PC. A good chunk of money was spend on this Rig to get Thomas Michels his most most excellent build ever, supporting SLI and Thermaltake alright. Meet the PC of Thomas Michels, 26 years of age. Read article
The rig of the Month May 2011 is not a typical beautiful PC, in fact it's the opposite of what we showed you last month. A lot of money was spend on this Rig to get Ronnie Hara his most extreme build ever, supporting AMD ATI Eyefinity. Meet the PC of Ronnie Hara, 30 years of age. Read article
The rig of the Month April 2011 is not necessarily the most beautiful PC on the planet in fact it's the opposite of that, it is however unique and once submitted we couldn't help the fact that it stuck into our minds. Read article
The build of March 2011 is just simple and nice, Meet Anthony aka Outrance, who works as System Administrator. He has an awesome PC build, very nice. With a selection of some quality components he started building his all liquid cooled RIG. A top notch build, worthy of being Guru3D's Rig of the Month March 2011. Read article
The DIY build of February 2011 is just freakishly nice, Meet Brunel, who works in the French military force. He modified his PC very extreme, very nice. it's all done and intended for himself and believe it or not, this is not some sort of showcase model for a company, a PC 100% for himself. Oh and hey .. this is his first PC modification evah. Read article
This months winner is Adeel Hussain AKA blade, at the age of 22 he is a CFA L2 candidate, hey as you can see we have a large and wide audience alright. The end result is a stunning looking PC built themed Transformers, Optimus Prime in particular. Read article
This months winner comes from Brazil and is Ricardo Lazarotti, at the age of 35 he works in the pharmaceutical industry, hey as you can see we have a large and wide audience alright. The end result is a stunning looking PC built with style in Guru3D's house color, black and blue. Read article
This months winner is Brian Wood (buk355), at the age of 40 he works in a machine shop. The man transformed his desktop into a PC that is looking very sweet ! The end result is stunning, but you'll see it and believe it. Read article
This months winner is David, he designed an awesome rig with eVGA's SR-2 motherboard, six-core Xeon processors and Quad SLI. Value for money wise and sheer aesthetics make this rig scary in both ways ! Read article
Meet Denis Assai , a factory worker. He made his PC his extraordinary looking PC. Well, just go look, we feel that is an awesome design ! Denis Assai is the winner of Rig of The Month August 2010. Meet this man at the age of 30, with little words yet a rather dark themed PC. Oh and props to Denis for making a splendid quality photo-shoot. Read article
Meet Kyle Brocke , a mechanical engineer working for NASA. He made his PC his own Fish tank based PC. He claims that it has way better cooling then most extreme air or water cooled machines. We just go by the looks and think that is an awesome design ! Kyle Brocke is the winner of Rig of The Month July 2010. Meet this man at the age of 24 with his rather wet PC. Read article