Battle for the Best Lighting Show with SWAFAN EX

Taipei, Taiwan-August 8th, 2023Thermaltake, the leading PC DIY premium brand for Case, Power, Cooling, Gaming peripherals, and enthusiast Memory solutions, is excited to announce 2023 Thermaltake NeonMaker Lighting Mix Invitational Season 1 has started! Starting from today, six contestants from Austria, India, Italy, the Philippines, Thailand, and the United Kingdom will show how well they can compose a light show with Thermaltake’s RGB lighting customization editing software-NeonMaker, together with the SWAFAN EX14 RGB PC Cooling Fan.

Contestants can only use the products listed above, and are prohibited from using components other than the NeonMaker to fight for the top three positions for a total cash prize pool of 5,000 US dollars. The contestants will be graded by four main guidelines including originality, artistry, utilization of the software, and the quality of their video.

Contestants would not only be graded by Thermaltake judges and the TT CEO but also carefully selected professional modders. Tt community members would also contribute 30% of the final scores at the end. Therefore, don’t miss out on the chance to win amazing prizes during the prediction giveaway event and the final giveaway event by joining the Tt community and voting for your favorite contestants.

A fascinating lighting show is coming, stay tuned, and don’t forget to show your support and vote for your favorite contestants!
For more event information, please visit:

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Software & Products

Thermaltake NeonMaker Light Editing Software 

SWAFAN EX14 RGB PC Cooling Fan (3-Fan Pack)

Meet the Modders

Ronald Bodinger, is an Austrian modder who is obsessed with changing hardware into a new look. When he was a kid, he already started to dismantle electronics. Until now, he has experience in the game console modding business and runs his YouTube channel, TekTherapy, to share his PC builds.

Vinay Agrawal, is a modder from India who currently builds PCs with his company Gamerz Nation. He has done over fifty modding projects, including one for Thermaltake CaseMOD Invitational. His modding idea is maintaining the practicality and originality of the case.

Cristiano D’anna, aka Crdmodding on social media, is an Italian modder and started his modding life in 2016. 15 years ago, he built his first computer and fell in love with PC assembling immediately. He tremendously enjoys building case mods, especially creating unique computers. 

John Lacerna, aka MadMods PC Modding, is a full-time Filipino modder. He loves the PC modding community which can share the same passion and inspire each other. You can admire his projects on previous Thermaltake CaseMOD Invitational and Thermaltake RAM MOD Invitational. 

Krittanon Kidprasert, aka Inony, a hardcore PC gamer from Thailand. He started to modify the PC in 2013. He enjoys all modding experience, always develops new skills, and never runs out of inspiration. His creative work was also shown at Thermaltake CaseMOD Invitational. 

Michael Dexter, is a case modder from the United Kingdom. He has been modding PCs for 5 years, and he likes to build PCs with basic tools that are available in any local DIY store at reasonable prices. He aims to show everyone that they can create their work of art without costing the earth.

How to Vote and Voting Rules

A voting event will be held on the Tt Community forum, and prizes will be given out to members who vote. The total percentage of the score allocated to the community voting is approximately 30%, with 15% by Thermaltake, 25% by Thermaltake CEO, and 30% by expert modders. 

The Tt Community platform ( is open to all users. We welcome you to join us by interacting and sharing valuable information and experiences. 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!