this hits on so many levels. Fantastic work.
Nice desk setup
That's awesome. Glad I could help with the idea. I recently got a few on the cheap on Craigs list for conversion.
Do it! You will love it. They are actually very practical as cases. I'm definitely doing it again.
Way better then they need to be given the tdp of the parts. Clean exit out the back and 140mm intake is very quiet too.
OMG your right... building another rn : P
Bigger, better, louder... basically more AMD/AMP
how do I fix exactly 11 cores?????
I actually set the knobs the way he likes to play
... next build is an EATX in a juke box!
Thank you PCPP for feature #7
You all give me such drive to keep up the unique builds. I'm Panning another amp pc now... this time matx. Other good studff on the way as well. Thanks again everyone for the dope comments and love <3
if I had a Mesa I'd be playing it lol
the headphone and mic jacks work. Same as any front audio to motherboard. A little transplanting magic : P
I really appreciate that! More to come I assure you : P
That's a good idea. I could run it to a matching speaker cab.
all gud... TY<3
But this has RGB! lol ty
Trust me I wanted to do that. But he has good amps and this one is crappy sounding. The size constraint was the real issue. Also I needed to ditch the speaker for a fan. Maybe next time...
I think they go with a nice mix of charm vs performance... a few of my more budget mods have been featured : P
funny you mention that... I did do a desk PC like that. It's posted on pcpp
oak like this doesn't burn easy : )
haha great track. Thanks!
Deff feature <3
xspc Ion res. pump combo. Highly recommended for beginner's first loop. Not the best pump in the world but for 60 bucks you can't beat it.
Only part off the loop that's brand new are the fittings and tubing. Everything else was carefully cleaned and reused.
The cpu and gpu blocks have their own white leds. Sorta hard to see in the pics but looks great at night. I'll ask her for more good night time pics.
Everything was second hand and can over clocks well. No point in waist good parts. The 1600 was also on a massive sale. System is also near silent when OC'd as a result of the loop. Even the pump is reused.
I love seeing fairly budget builds that look this good and have a proper custom loop. NJ! 1060 is still a great card. Looking good.
That's a great list you have. If you change the aio you could fit it in the same case we used no problem. The corsair 120mm rad we used is 2x thick so it makes up the difference and keeps the small package.
The case is the 1510. Was the right fit for the client.
Great use of the $ good for you guys!
Do a small batch or make to order : ) or even a kickstarter. I. Planning the same with my wood desk PC design.
Great custom chassis. You should consider selling them. +1
Yup. It pops out so you can get at everything and have some air.
1: I'm honestly not sure. I had these in my shop for a while before using them. Sry. something like 6in closed and 4in of travel. Amazon has then fairly well priced. I used pneumatic struts rather then hydraulics.
Case has to be open while PC is in use. Closed seals it off completely for safe travel. When open, yes, there is a lock out you can see me build and use in the video.
Outputs are on the top/side near the lockout.
Thermals are great. It's essentially an open test frame.
hopefully the EVGA and ASUS logos clue them in...
Very nice work on the pho ice. Looks great
<3 bang bang!
I really appreciate you taking the time to watch. <3
It was shipped with extra foam in that area. I was worried but asus is good stuff and when I tried yanking on the ram it was very locked in. I know that can happen and I kept that in mind. I think its good since the force would be pushing in into the socket not out from the bumps.
Yes if you aren't overclocking