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post #11 of 15
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So, now that pictures work fine, could anybody actually make a comment on my wonderful work?
Great work from a limited "item".

I hope though you find and or get an actual computer case someday.
post #12 of 15
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Originally Posted by nickt1862 View Post
Great work from a limited "item".

I hope though you find and or get an actual computer case someday.
I wanna build my own. personally I think it's much better like this because it's compact.

This computer hosts my home samba server.
post #13 of 15
What?...... No window? Nice job + rep for the unique-ness.
post #14 of 15
Haha, clever! I like it
[and a good-looking shoebox to boot, nothing super-flashy]

I'd also be interested in temperature -- how's your graphics card, sitting against the PSU like that?
post #15 of 15
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What?...... No window? Nice job + rep for the unique-ness.
I'm thinking of using some panty hose as fan filters. I'll ask my girlfriend for some and see what I can if she let me have one.

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Haha, clever! I like it
[and a good-looking shoebox to boot, nothing super-flashy]

I'd also be interested in temperature -- how's your graphics card, sitting against the PSU like that?
Since it's a server (I'm actually booting into run level 3, aka console mode, the GPU is not even getting any load. But anyways, the generic and loud PSU has an exhaust fan that sucks air from the GPU, so they kind share the same fan.
It's an old XFX 6200 LE, shouldn't overheat on full load in any case.

Sensors indicate temperatures won't go past 35 on the CPU.
And the case material won't light up below 400°F according to my girlfriend. The CPU will fry long before that if it doesn't automatically shut down

The GPU is there for convenience, the onboard card has only a VGA connection, and my monitor, in case I have problems with virtual access, has only a DVI and HDMI port.
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