My latest Project – Project BMW M-Power was born from the day Thermaltake released the Level 10 Case onto the world, as soon as I saw the tie in with BMW design works (even though they are a design house and not BMW themselves). For quite I few years I have always had in the back of my mind a Mod in dedication to one of my old rides, A 1998 BMW M3. Ok the car is long gone and is a bit out dated, but still I thought why the hell not, A M3 case Mod on a Level 10 from Thermaltake would still look nice, especially if I kept to my old cars paint scheme, white body work, red and black interior. My plan was to do the case white, with some airbrush work with Mpower logo and BMW logo as well as a M3 airbrushed into the case, as my old ride was from the 90s and the case from the 10s I decided to go with a theme based on the modern M3. So my plan was born and yes it was finally time to get it onto action, before I move on anymore I must first give Kudos to all the companies involved for making this possible the sponsors, who without which this mod would not be possible. Despite it taking me since the release of the Level 10 case for me to get it altogether went above and beyond the call of duty. First Up – The hardware involved and what I am planning Yes that is indeed a lot of Thermaltake product and I have to thank them a lot for supporting this mod, anyway here is a rundown of the specs and pieces of this mod. Specs CPU - AMD Phenom II X6 1055T Mobo – Gigabyte 890FXA-UD7 Memory – Patriot G series 1600mhz 4 gig AMD kit GPU – Ati Radeon HD 5850 Main HDD – Patriot 120GB Inferno SSD Secondary HDD - 2 X WD RE3 Greens 1TB PSU – Thermaltake Tough Power Grand 750W Case - Thermaltake Level 10 That is basically the System specs of the rig, also in the picture is the Thermaltake Esports products this includes. Thermaltake Esports Black Gaming mouse Thermaltake Esports Challenger Pro Keyboard Thermaltake Esports Shock Gaming headset Thermaltake Esports Dasher Mouse Pad I will show some more pictures of these products as and when I get to taking apart and them, well that just about sums up the specs and hardware of what I currently have (a few little tid bits and stuff is on route and I will add accordingly to log once products are here). Next up my rough plans via photoshop airbrushing.