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My baby, a Silverstone TJ08-E!

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TwoOctavesUp: That's so tidy! Beautiful!
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Just received my SilverStone FT03 black today
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Heres my Beastly Silverstone SG04-FH named "The Eliminator" ;p built over the past months as several
spontaneous ideas appeared in my head, enjoy some eye candy biggrin.gif

Rear 3/4 view showing the 13.3' screen and adjustable horizontal feet
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Landscape View to allow for gaming at proper resolutions, instead of gaming on portrait
(which I don't advise unless your doing eyefinity) smile.gif
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I love comparing SFF to full tower cases especially when yours has more POWUHH!!!!
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Another Nice comparison picture from left to right. SFF to mATX to ATX to Full ATX.
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Then during early October I decided to do a bit of cutting to the chassis seeing as my 2600k
on idle was 65 degress STOCK :O
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Another angled pic before it went to be painted. the extra rectangular cut-outs allow you to see the back of the mobo smile.gif
I could not put it on the Right side panel as that is where my screen goes biggrin.gif
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Back from paint, whilst being painted I took the liberty to make a new bottom panel out of 1cm acrylic
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Then I received the USB 3.0 upgrade kit and started to shorten the cable. its stock size was roughly 45cm!!!
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This was certainly new to me to strengthen (and make it harder to bend) they put string within the cable why??
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After i had finished shortening the USB 3.0 Cable i proceeded to fit the bottom of the case. I must say it turned out very well
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After 2 Hours later I finally assemblled the computer after all of the difficult cable managing (if there was any ;p)
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Completed product showing top fan and the rear of the motherboard
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Close up of the Rear Motherboard visual mod
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Volia!! Completed Computer
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Now I am just waiting for my 3 Enermax Twister Bearing Vegas Trio which I did order 2 weeks
before Christmas and have still not received them, once they arrive this will set the computer off an night biggrin.gif

Running nicely on 4.6 GHz on 1.355v on idle 35 ~ 40 and on load 50 ~ 60

Now to wait for then new line of processors coming April biggrin.gif so I can have an overclocking frenzy!!!!

I hope you enjoyed looking at my build and it may have inspired some newcomers, if you have an idea to do on your computer don't be afraid to give it a go biggrin.gif

I wish everyone a safe and fun 2012 biggrin.gif
Regards Greg
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Heres my Beastly Silverstone SG04-FH named "The Eliminator" ;p built over the past months as several
Volia!! Completed Computer
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is that a monitor mounted or installed in that case if so more pics on how its done please biggrin.gif
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lol its actually a tv mounted inside the computer, unfortunately at the time of modding the tv to go in the case I didn't think to take pictures frown.gif but if you would like to know, the tv I used is a vivo 13.3' tv screen

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The reason being is because i want to use HDMI so i can convert it to minidisplay port to I can feed it out the case to the graphics card. the motherboard for the tv is the size of a gtx 580 so i just attached the tv motherboard to a PCI slot bracket

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the most trickiest part was lengething the wires for the tv to display, after I completed that the wires needed to be twisted crazily to prevent interference on the screen as I had encountered fuzziness like a tv on no channel only it was fuzzing on my hdmi input frown.gif
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after i had solved the interference problem i just went and lengthened the infared sensor so i can use the remote as well as the daughter board for the tv input buttons which I had mounted in the 3.5 inch bay in the door
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Then for the TV PSU I mounted at the rear of the case
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And that's the entire process just connect the TVs hdmi to the graphics card and you should get input, as I said im sorry from not taking pictures at this point as this process essentially make this computer get the wow factor
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lol its actually a tv mounted inside the computer, unfortunately at the time of modding the tv to go in the case I didn't think to take pictures frown.gif but if you would like to know, the tv I used is a vivo 13.3' tv screen

The reason being is because i want to use HDMI so i can convert it to minidisplay port to I can feed it out the case to the graphics card. the motherboard for the tv is the size of a gtx 580 so i just attached the tv motherboard to a PCI slot bracket

the most trickiest part was lengething the wires for the tv to display, after I completed that the wires needed to be twisted crazily to prevent interference on the screen as I had encountered fuzziness like a tv on no channel only it was fuzzing on my hdmi input frown.gif

after i had solved the interference problem i just went and lengthened the infared sensor so i can use the remote as well as the daughter board for the tv input buttons which I had mounted in the 3.5 inch bay in the door

Then for the TV PSU I mounted at the rear of the case

And that's the entire process just connect the TVs hdmi to the graphics card and you should get input, as I said im sorry from not taking pictures at this point as this process essentially make this computer get the wow factor

Coolest thing i have ever seen! EVER!
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The start of my Minecraft server/Lanbox.

 

Q6600

Zotac 9300 G-E ITX

4gb G Skill Pi 1066

PicoPSU 106-XT

 

All gonna be stuffed into an NES case, I know, not original but I don't care. Gotta find a different CPU cooler though. There will be a build log at some point.

 

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my secondary rig, made form old parts. The newest addition is the 5870 that I just got for 149.99 shipped new from a place someone on here recommended for someone else's build. I noticed the qc sticker on the 5870 shows that it was inspected the 23 Nov 2011 which seems odd.

the specs are open box mini 180 white $49 shipped newegg, my old gigabyte 785g mobo with overclocked 955be c2 to 3.6ghz, and a dvd burner and hdd in the bottom 2 bays not visible.

I also have never used a bottom to top CPU cooler as they generally are not as efficient, but the Corsair A70 is working well, since the massive 200mm fan up top exhausts plenty of air.

This rig is also fairly silent since i run the top fan on low, and the front Silverstone BB fan has a controller (top bay) and it is low-med.

The GPU temps are great too generally not going above 60 sometimes 70 in BF3 and SWTOR.

In the end I always loved the Mini p180, but it is by no means small lol it basically is the same size as my main rig in a LianLi A59

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-doober
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Just finished my temp setup. Going to sleeve the cables.
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