Rig Spotlight: PCJunkieMods | Blue Horse Studio's Corsair Modding Challenge Assassin's Creed Build

GeForce Garage, Rig Spotlights

At PAX Prime, Corsair unveiled the Modding Challenge sponsored by GeForce Garage. Three incredible teams. Three incredible mods. Over the next couple of days, we will be highlighting each of the mods.

We've already checked out the Mod Dudes' Fallout build and Modder's Inc's Star Wars: Battlefront build. Rounding out the entries is a supergroup collaboration of PCJunkieMods and Blue Horse Studios and their Assassin's Creed build. As the MOD24 team formerly known as Team Mongoose, Ron Lee Christianson and Lee Harrington are no strangers to stiff mod competition. Read below to see what went into this absolute gem of a build.

Online voting ends on the September 23rd, so please visit Corsair to choose your favorite and be eligible for a chance to win one of the rigs as well as other awesome prizes.


Why Assassin's Creed?

We haven't see many mods based on Assassin's Creed, so we wanted to create an old world theme that tied into the entire feel of the game franchise.

Assassin's Creed Build Specs

Component Product
Chassis Corsair Carbide 300R
Graphics Cards GeForce GTX 980 Ti
CPU Intel i5 4690k
Motherboard ASUS Sabertooth Z97 Mk2
Memory Corsair Vengence Pro (Silver)
Storage Corsair Force LX 256GB
Power Corsair HX850i with Red Cables
Cooling Corsair H100i GTX

Another detailed mod from you guys... please walk us through the build.

We choose the Corsair Carbide 300R as the base for our Assassin's Creed project.

The case is made to look like a pirate treasure box with wood grain panels, clay sculpted and molded pieces,and some bad ass airbrush art. The entire build process took about 3 weeks.

Ron sculpted the skulls, locks and other ornamental details out of clay.

We used a mixture of polystyrene and ABS to fabricate the effects panels along with polymer clay and RTV silicone mold making process for the skull, lock and buckle straps.

A custom window was made to complete the theme of old world treasure box, while showing off the hardware inside.

We did a faux wood grain finish on the front 5.25" bays and other areas on the chassis.

The back side panel was airbrushed with the Assassin's Creed emblem.

We also made the custom rivets from polymer clay along with the ornamental details.

For the interior, we tried to keep as nice and clean as possible.

We opted for no internal lighting so that the Corsair and GeForce logos on the AIO and GPU stood out on their own.

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