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[SCRATCH BUILD] MY CURRENT PROJECT "D3SKBUILD"

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Hey guys im new to this foum and i haven't posted this on any other forum so this is the first time its getting seen,
project was started about 12 months ago and am maybe 2 months from completion,
project was to completely fabricate from scratch a desk with the pc under the glass,
i have personaly CAD drawn all laser cut parts and cnc milled the plexi myself

will have complete water cooling system with 2 x gtx560 quad rads cooling the cpu 2 x gpu's the motherboard the ram and 3 hard drives( for looks)
all ek plexi blocks, had one graphics card turn up DOA so awaiting a replacement to run the system and stress test it before removing stock coolers to fit water blocks

anyways ill post some pics and if anyone is interested i can provide more details

will get better resolution pics once its all powder coated and together

just after some feedback, and hopefully you guys like it, thanks guys

more pics at

http://s1364.photobucket.com/user/D3SKBUILD/library/

final results will be powde coated satin black inside and out and run triple 27 inch monitors but im slowly getting there

specs

CPU - AMD FX8350
MB - Asus crosshair formula V
RAM - 32gb corasir dominator gt 1833
GPU - 2 x MSI R7970's
SSD - 2 x OCZ Vector 256gb in raid 0
HDD 3 x Seagate 2tb
All EK water blocks except the 3 x bitspower black freezer hdd blocks
All Bitspower crystal ling tubing
2 x gtx 560 quad 140mm rads
2 x koolance mcp655 pumps with bitspower mod kits




































































post #2 of 24
This is more than awesome. If you don't mind me asking how expensive was all that milling and such? This looks like a very costly build. I love the look and it is seriously clean.
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Originally Posted by stringcheese166 View Post

This is more than awesome. If you don't mind me asking how expensive was all that milling and such? This looks like a very costly build. I love the look and it is seriously clean.


Hey mate i dont mind at all, all the milling i done myself so cost nothing and the laser cutter that was used is owned by the company i work for, i done all drawing myself so only cost me material smile.gifthumb.gif
post #4 of 24
holy***** talk about custom. nicely done !
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awesome looking desk. I love the combination of the desk and the computer.

question: with the lights on inside the desk and the room dark do you have trouble viewing the screen?
 
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yeah but thats not my current computer cause its no finished so hasnt bother me yet lol, all leds are on bulgin switches anyways
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That is really lucky because any milling time near me is super expensive. I would have to go to the local tech school. I love the case. How long do you plan on keeping the computer? because it doesnt seem super upgradeable
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awesome looking desk. I love the combination of the desk and the computer.

question: with the lights on inside the desk and the room dark do you have trouble viewing the screen?






yeah but thats not my current computer cause its no finished so hasnt bother me yet lol, all leds are on bulgin switches anyways
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That is really lucky because any milling time near me is super expensive. I would have to go to the local tech school. I love the case. How long do you plan on keeping the computer? because it doesnt seem super upgradeable



everything is universal mount, upgrading graphics cards and such would be the same as any system new water blocks and re plum it, even any mb will bolt down the the mb tray
post #10 of 24
wow... looks awesome drool.gif kinda jealous right now biggrin.gif
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