Water-Cooling on a budget!

Group buying is a viable option for PC gamers and modders wishing to build a PC on a tight budget. It allows you to benefit from the lower price of ordering as a group and save the valuable pounds and pennies which could be spent upgrading other aspects of your build. We are now offering a wide range of ALPHACOOL water-cooling parts up for vote on our website here. You can also request any ALPHACOOL products not featured here by e-mailing us direct at theteam@crowdcartel.co.uk

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Water Cooling Group Buys starting Sunday!

Starting this Sunday (25th of February),  we will be kicking off a month of water-cooling group buys for our members. We have teamed up with Alphacool to offer a variety of water-cooling components for a great price and with a very low order quantity minimum. Building your custom PC on a tight budget? This is a great chance to buy some of the market’s best components at a super low price. Items are already available on our voting page here! Need an item but don’t see it featured? Don’t forget you can request an item using our request form here or by e-mailing us directly at theteam@crowdcartel.co.uk!

Our favourite 5 custom builds using Tai-Hao Miami key-cap sets.

Since we are featuring a group buy for the TAI-HAO Miami key-cap sets we thought we would feature some of our favourite builds found online.

 

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This beautiful build by IMGUR user heimdall931 could be one of the neatest examples of keyboards using the Tai-Hao Miami key-cap set we have ever seen. The colour-coded flexible cord gives this keyboard a playful character the CrowdCartel team is absolutely drooling over!

 

Source: IMGUR

 

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Our second entry was this awesome retro build by GeekHack member sdiearly . The light grey Zowie board works so well with the Miami key-caps and creates a super-cool aesthetic that transfers you back to the 80s.

Source: GeekHack

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This awesome back-lit build by Reddit member hondasuzuki civic is just mesmerising to look at. It looks like it came right out of the set of Kung Fury 👽

 

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Source: Reddit

 

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Proving that the Miami key-caps work well with nearly any colour board.

Source: Pinterest

 

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Our last entry is from Reddit member MareDoVell who used the extra key-caps left over to customise a second plain black keyboard. The results speak for themselves!

 

Source: Reddit

 

You can join our group buy for the Tai-Hao Miami key-cap sets here!

 

 

 

 

 

 

Our favourite 5 custom builds using Tai-Hao Sunshine key-cap sets.

Since we are featuring a group buy for the TAI-HAO Sunshine key-cap sets we thought we would feature some of our favourite builds found online.

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This compact black board keyboard by Reddit user fire_spark looks great next to those fly-knits. The Tai-Hao Sunshine key-cap set looks exceptional on an ultra compact keyboard build and has a really nice contrast when installed on a plain black keyboard.

Source: Reddit

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Proving that the Tai-Hao Sunshine looks good on all size keyboards this is a 104 key build by user sdiearly on the geekhack forums.

Source: Geekhack

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The Tai-Hao Sunshine key-caps on this Filco board gives such a unique retro vibe it had to be included on the list. By user caprisunkraftfoods on the r/mechanicalkeyboards subreddit.

Source: Reddit

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In contrast with our previous featured build, number 4 by Reddit user KoobaCzech features a shiny metallic purple board that completes the pink to yellow gradient of the key-cap set.

Source: Reddit

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Last but not least is this awesome installation of the Tai-Hao Sunshine caps on an Asus Strix keyboard by imgur user Mucheditwow. We love how the brand new Sunshine keys work in contrast with the old factory black ones.

 

Source: Imgur
Honorable mention to Youtuber M_tt who has a video which shows him installing the Tai-Hao Sunshine caps on a Vortex Pok3r keyboard:

 

 

You can join our group buy for the Tai-Hao Miami key-cap sets here!