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post #82 of 202
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I can't say I could come up with anything remotely close to anything this good but why didnt you use riser cable http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B004XD74MC/ref=pd_lpo_k2_dp_sr_1?pf_rd_p=486539851&pf_rd_s=lpo-top-stripe-1&pf_rd_t=201&pf_rd_i=B0054CQM74&pf_rd_m=ATVPDKIKX0DER&pf_rd_r=1QQDB5W8SC9317VAHP9N
you could have put gpu any where in the casewith two risers cables.
I'm sure you thought of it just wondering why.

Still such a nice build
 
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post #83 of 202
were do you put the power cord?

If you were to claim that a mod "that is done right" You would considered the design flaws, and with every build has design flaws. It's what makes all our builds unique, I look at your build, I can't fault the workman ship but i think your forgot the overall idea.

Its a suit/briefcase computer. What ever you wish to call it, the casing is portable. Your choice of board being a mini-itx your choice of powersupply could have been somthing like this

http://www.made-in-china.com/showroom/hopely/product-detailgoMJXYLVYEck/China-Mini-ITX-Car-PC-ITPS-Power-Supply.html.

Without thinking to much into it, using that psu and a simple power inverter and a battery you could have made a switching system to switch from mains to internal power. Modified a trickle charger to charge your internal batteries.

I can think of so many ideas that you could have implemented, you could have done away with a keyboard using a touch screen.

My point being is the possibility's are endless , The idea itself is a suit/briefcase computer, it's by no means a new concept. The keyboard is clipped on externally? This kinda of build should see the case open the same way a laptop does with the keyboard and screen being attached inside.

Your workmanship is brilliant, calling your build "done right:" is unfair to the people that have built briefcase pc's and fulfilled the objective .

The objective of a briefcase computer is to be self contained and what makes it unique is that it's concealed. You've inter graded wireless? Wireless hotspots don't have power points.

This is food for thought, It's constructive criticism.
Edited by sil3nt_dr3ams - 2/11/12 at 11:36am
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Every time I think Lando I think

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Now that's smooth.
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post #85 of 202
This build is amazing and is one of the best case builds I've seen.

However, why did you choose to use VGA instead of DVI-D?

Overlooking the video cable, this is 10/10 in my book!
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Was worth the sub! Great build. thumb.gif
post #87 of 202
Once again I find myself in one of your threads praising one of your well-crafted, ingenious pieces of work. Great work as always! smile.gif

Edit: Out of curiosity, how much does it weigh?
Edited by JCArch - 2/12/12 at 8:45am
post #88 of 202
I think the op said right around 20

@op
The build I linked to probably does weigh like 35 lbs, but I would lug a 60lbs brief case to work to be able to pop open 4-way SLI with a mech keyboard and 120hz monitor tongue.gif (Ik it's not what he did, but from my math it's posible tongue.gif)... Infact I think I'll probably build one the capable (the gear is too expensive for a second build) just for funnsies rolleyes.gif
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Originally Posted by eskamobob1 View Post

I think the op said right around 20
@op
The build I linked to probably does weigh like 35 lbs, but I would lug a 60lbs brief case to work to be able to pop open 4-way SLI with a mech keyboard and 120hz monitor tongue.gif (Ik it's not what he did, but from my math it's posible tongue.gif)... Infact I think I'll probably build one the capable (the gear is too expensive for a second build) just for funnsies rolleyes.gif

Thanks, I was wondering because something like this would be perfect to take with me to my design studio classes. I have a netbook now and there is no way it will run Photoshop and opening a large PDF can take forever. I have thought about getting a laptop, but this would be so much cooler!
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Careful when you lug that thing around, someone might think you're a terrorist or something, lol. Really, you should check out those FBI fliers or w/e, how to spot possible terrorist activities, lol.

Really cool though, I like the idea a lot, I would totally want one if I had the money to afford this, making your carry PC's would be so cool.

We'd be like those paris hiltons with their bags, except suitcase PC's Lol.
 
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