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Wall Mounted Mini ITX Build.Complete.

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Here is my scratchbuilt wallmount PC case.Its pretty basic build and far from perfect but hey..its better than the alternative wallmount cases i could find.

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Its not entirely done yet,needs power switch and hardware as waiting for Ivy Bridge.However it does have Silverstone SST45 450W SFX PSU,Corsair 60GB Force 3 SSD,2TB WD HDD @5900RPM.

There will be a 50'' tv arriving next month to go along side it and i will be building another the same to house a wii and xbox.The build is my 1st attempt at modding or building a PC case,it may not be perfect but i hope it inspires other beginners,all the build was done using very limited tools and materials,lol,and utilising my very poor woodworking skill.Just goes to show that it can be done by anyone so give it a go.My next build should be better for sure,i have learnt lots off lessons.smile.gifsmile.gif
Edited by crossy82 - 3/28/12 at 12:27pm
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where is the motherboard going? this looks cool.

edit: just saw the next pic
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Sorry for the way i had to display pics,would only let me post each seperately.
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The motherbord will go above those hole above the HDD,you may be able to make out the edge of a square plate,that the motherboard tray.Soon to have a Asus P8Z77-I-DELUXE when releasred.smile.gif
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