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Assistance in my first serious desk modding attempt.

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So,

I wish I could use google sketchup like some of the masters here. But unfortunately I can't, Instead i have to use photoshop and attempt to design to scale there lol. I'm wanting to sink my system under plexiglass in the middle of my desk but wondering how to go about it. I thought about mounting direct to wood but how to go about securing the graphics cards in place? Some sort of pre made support frame could be useful. smile.gif.

Heres what I have so far:



My Sabertooth P67 (i7-2600k)
Probably some watercooling with PSU shielded from the rest of the system
16GB Mushkin Copperhead RAM smile.gif.
Edited by poxxxy - 2/5/13 at 7:34pm
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you could buy one of those mountain mods motherboard trays and secure it to the "floor" and the back of the desk



with that , u are almost finished biggrin.gif now a place to put the HDDs and 5.2 bays smile.gif
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