2020 Thermaltake RAM MOD Invitational Season 1 Brings Eight Global Modders Together To Modify Our TOUGHRAM
2020 Thermaltake RAM MOD Invitational Season 1
Brings Eight Global Modders Together To Modify Our TOUGHRAM
The first RAM modding competition in the world
Taipei, Taiwan－November 19th, 2020－ Thermaltake, the leading PC DIY brand and the number one choice for PC modders worldwide, is proud to announce that the first-ever RAM modding contest in the world will be starting today!
Within a month, eight contestants from the Philippines, Spain, Thailand, Malaysia, Australia, U.K., Italy and U.S.A. will be modifying our TOUGHRAM memory modules to their own design. Participating modders are given a specific time frame to modify the RAM heatsinks, without changing the overall appearance and layout of the RAM itself. Contestants must only use our TOUGHRAM modules and cannot add the ram to a motherboard or a PC build though they can create a stand or platform for the modules but the overall modules must remain intact with the original design and it will be the main focus.
The competition is held on Tt Community forums and from November 23rd to December 7th will be the Prediction Voting Event, followed by the voting event which starts on December 25th 2020 and will run for a total of three weeks. Everyone is welcome to register and vote on Tt Community. You will have the opportunity to win fantastic prizes to level up your setup.
Contestants will compete for the top three positions with a total cash prize pool of $7,400 US dollars and they will be graded by their originality, Design concept, Final photos, and their video quality. If the contestant made a stand for the ram, the modder would need to show both with stand and without stand photos and videos.
Grading will be by the Thermaltake judges and the TT CEO, but also carefully selected professional modders. Tt community members would also contribute 30% of the final scores for each contestant. So, don’t miss out on the chance to win some amazing prizes every week during the prediction giveaway event and the final giveaway event by joining Tt community and vote for your favorite RAM mod!
The winner list will be announced in January 2021
More details about the event can be found at: https://rammod.thermaltake.com/
2020 Thermaltake RAM Mod Invitational Season 1 Highlights
Mod with TOUGHRAM
Built with the highest quality of components to the highest of standards, the TOUGHRAM delivers outstanding gaming performance with its stunning aesthetical design. Its pure aluminum heat-sinks not only enhances heat dissipation, but also offers durable construction. In addition, the brushed aluminum heat sinks and the 98g/0.22lb modules provide a more sturdy touch for the user, revealing true elegance from inside out.
Meet the Modders
Corey Gregory, a Modder from Australia who owns the channel Designs By IFR and with many years of experience in modding and competitions such as our CaseMOD Invitational. Other than that Corey has created many viral mods that has taken the internet by storm such as his desk mod.
Franco Martinelli, a.k.a Warboy is a modder from Italy. His specialty is creating special paintings with airbrushes and has customized everything from cars to motorbikes to PC’s. His airbrushing skills will bring a lot to the table in this contest.
Ahmad Syafiq Hamman, is known as HammanChronicle in the PC modding world, he started serious modding in 2016 when he was invited to our global modding event CaseMOD Invitational. His passion on design inspires him to create many more amazing PC builds.
Michael John Lacerna, a.k.a MadMods PC Modding, started his hobby over seven years ago, influenced by Tantricmodz and JP Modified and started off in a small corner of his house to something he does full time. Being able to share that passion and just the process of building something with his own hands is what he lives for.
Aitor Larrañaga, also known as Hardk or Hardkmodder studied computer science but ended up working for his family company as a painter and remodeler. He loves to challenge himself every time he gets to work on a mod.
Siwasak Sirisomboon, a famous modder from Thailand who goes by the name Modder Crow and owns his own computer shop also called Modder Crow. He has won numerous casemodding events and is out to win more.
Richard Ord, goes under the name AML Custom PC and is a father, husband and a PC builder.
He lives in the northeast of England and started modding around 2014 and did his first sponsored build in 2017.
Ron Lee Christianson, from specializes in airbrush, prop making, and PC modding. He has been working in the video game industry for the past 20 years and fortunate to work with industry leaders, game developers, celebrities and recently received the Award of Brilliance from Intel Gaming.
How to Vote and Voting Rules
A weekly voting event will be held on the Tt Community forum and prizes will be given out to members who vote. You can choose to vote via the desktop or mobile devices.
The Tt Community platform (http://community.thermaltake.com/) 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!
For more details on 2020 Thermaltake RAM Mod Invitational Season 1, please visit:
Official Website – https://rammod.thermaltake.com/
Tt Community Forums – http://community.thermaltake.com