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UPDATED: Ultimate Geek Cave. Major Update 2-28-2011

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Intro:

Thanks for visiting my build log for the ULTIMATE GEEK CAVE.

This has been an ongoing progress for about a year now, and the initial project took about 4 weeks to complete. Please check update log for details on progression of how it got here.

First, here are the pictured of current product.





























Hardware List:

1. i7-920 @ 4.1Ghz, Corsair H70, CM HAF-X, Asus P6T Deluxe V2, OCZ Reaper HPC 6GB, Asus GTX460 1GB TOP in SLI, Seagate ES 500GBx2 in RAID0, Asus Xonar DX, Antec 1000w Quattro PSU, LG 32" 1080p LCD TV, Klipsch ProMedia 2.1, Windows 7 Ultimate x64.

2. i7-950 @ 4.0Ghz, Corsair 600T Case, Gigabyte X58A-UD3R, 12GB Corsair XMS, Sapphire 5770 1GBx2 CF, Noctua D14, Seagate ES 500GBx3 in RAID0, Musiland Monitor 02 USB, Silverstone 1000w Strider PSU, 2x Acer 23" 1080p LCD, BlackWidow Ultimate Mech KB, Windows 7 Ultimate x64.

3. i7-875K @ 4.0Ghz, Antec 902, Gigabyte P55-UD6, 8GB Corsair XMS, MSI GTX260 1768MB Lightning Edition, Noctua D14, Seagate ES 1TB, Seagate LP 1.5TB, Seagate 640GB, Apple BT KB+Mouse+MagicPad, SoundBlaster X-Fi HD USB, Corsair 850w 850HX PSU, Dell 3008WFP 30" LCD, Snow Leopard 10.6.6, Windows 7 Ultimate x64, Ubuntu 10.10

4. i7-920 @ 4.0Ghz, Antec 1200, Asus P6T Deluxe V2, 6GB OCZ Reaper HPC, MSI TwinFrozer GTX460 1GBx2 SLI, Megahalem Lapped, Seagate ES 500GBx2 RAID0, SoundBlaster X-Fi HD Titanium, iOne Scorpius Mech KB, Bose Companion, Antec 1000w Quattro PSU, LG 32" 1080p LED HDTV, Windows 7 Ultimate x64

5. (NETTOP) Apple Mac Mini, 8GB RAM, 2.4Ghz Core2Duo, 500GB HDD, Apple BT KB+Mouse, Stock, Stock, Stock, Same TV as above.

6. (HTPC) AMD 1055T @ 4.0Ghz, Antec 902, Asus ROG Crosshair IV Formula, 8GB GSkill Ripjaw, XFX 5770 1GB x2 CF, Corsair H50, Antec 850W Quattro PSU, Seagate 7200.12 1TB HDD, Windows 7 Ultimate x64

7. (SERVER) i5-760 @ Stock, Asus TUF Sabertooth 55i, Lian Li PC-V2010, 4GB Kingston HyperX, Corsair H50, Intel 4Port PCIe Raid Card, 6x WD Green 1TB HDD in RAID5, 4x Samsung F3 1TB HDD in RAID10, 2x 500GB Seagate ES HDD in RAID1, No GPU, Antec 850w Quattro PSU, Windows Server 2008 R2.

8. 47" LG SL80 1080p HDTV

9. Sony PS3

10. Xbox 360

11. Mirage OM9 Tower Speakers

12. Yamaha RX659 7.1 Receiver

13. Polk 10" Sub

14. Sharp CV-10NH 10K BTU Portable Air Conditioner

15. (HEADPHONES) Senn 555, Senn Pro280, Senn 202, ATH-M30, ATH-A300, JVC-RX900, Logitech G35, Monster Turbine Pro.

16. (NETWORKING) 2x Linksys E2000 (Extended), 1x Netgear WDNR3700 (Main), Netgear Proline 16 Port Gigabit Switch, 2x Linksys 8 Port Gigabit Switch.

17. (PRINTERS) Canon MX860 AIO, HP P1102w Laser, Canon PIXMA Pro9000 MarkII.

-BUILD AREA -

18. i3-530 @ 4.4Ghz, Asus Maximus 3 Formula, 4GB Corsair XMS, Corsair H50, Nvidia 9800GT 512MBx2 SLI, CM Stacker 830, CM 1000w PSU, Seagate 500GB HDD x2, Windows 7 Ultimate x64, Ubuntu 10.10, Samsung 24" IPS LCD.

19. LG 23" 720p LED HDTV



LIST OF UPDATES:

UPDATE 1: Lets Begin Shall We?

UPDATE 2: List of Hardware.

UPDATE 3: Office Cleared and Moved!

UPDATE 4: Electrical Work Done!

UPDATE 5: Let The Ripping Begin!

UPDATE 6: Let The Painting Begin!

UPDATE 7: Floors Done! Furniture Assembly Done!

UPDATE 8: TV In!


UPDATE 9: Monitors In!

UPDATE 10: Room Cooler In!

UPDATE 11: Fixing Issues! Hardware Installation Begins!

UPDATE 12: 1st Completed Pics! (April 2010)


UPDATE 13: Old Office Revisited.

UPDATE 14: 2nd Completed Pics! (6 Months Later)

UPDATE 15: New Build Area!

UPDATE 16: 3rd Completed Pics! (March, 2011)




DESCRIPTION:

The idea for this project came after experiencing various short comings with my old office setup. It was cluttery, messy, and disorganized for a place I was going to spend more than 8 hours a day in.

Here were some of the things I need to improve before starting this project:

1. Not enough power for all my workstations and various other electronics. The breaker box would trip with more than 3 PCs loading at the same time.

2. Bad paint job from few years back, when I ran out of motivation few years back.

3. Mismatched furniture collected throughout the years. Also, not presentable but rather utilitarian style of arrangement and decor.

4. Cramped. Arrangement of the old office left the space feeling cramped and claustrophobic.

5. Old tobacco smell lingering from when I used to smoke in the office.

6. Sick of how the office looks after spending a lot of time in it for the past 8 years.

7. With all the hardware, the room gets toasty, peaking around 78F during summer.

SOLUTION:

1. Repaint all walls and doors (WITH MASKING TAPE THIS TIME!)

2. Purchase all new furniture

3. Purchase and install new A/C Unit

4. Redo flooring

5. Install 3 new power outlets with 3 dedicated circuits with 25A each, for a total of 5 dedicated circuits, 25A each.

TOTAL COST:

Although the absolute total cost is a bit vague since there were a lot of little costs that ended up accumulating to a bigger cost, here are the general breakdown of total cost for this project, rounded.


1. Building Materials (Paint, Flooring, Lights, Supplies, Wood, Hardware)

$1700

2. A/C Unit

$500

3. Electrical Work

$300

4. Furniture

$1000

5. Computers and Monitors

$????

6. Beverages (RedBull + Beer)

$100


THOUGHTS SO FAR:

I would like to give thanks to everyone for their compliments and inputs, which have motivated me to complete this project with energy left to spare.

I never anticipated this many interest and buzz when I first started this project, and I was thrilled to see so many members who have followed this thread from the start.

The great thing about this "BUILD LOG" is that it's never complete, but rather a work in progress until I strip it down to start all over again.

So far, there has been few changes since the first completion, and I am already planning my next set of upgrades in my mind.

My work efficiency have greatly improved since the completion, and I would like to think that the growth of my company has something to do with this, which would mean that this project has already paid itself and then some.

The other great thing about this project was that it was completely tax deductible. One of the perks about owning an IT company is that my electricity bill, internet bill ($179 a month for 100Mb Down/100Mb Up), cell phone bill, landline bill, and best of all, all my PC hardware including upgrades are all tax deductible. The downside is I have to pay personalty tax on "equipments" for my business, but the depreciation rate for PCs are ridiculous, and I only pay tax on "market value" on the equipment. Plus side is that even the depreciation are tax deductible. Combined with various other start up business tax breaks, this office build has paid for itself and then some as well.


FAQ:

Q: Why do you need so many computers?
A: I own an IT company. Since I work from home, I needed multiple setups for various tasks for work.

Q: Couldn't you have setup Eyefinity with multiple monitors and one or two workstations instead?
A: No not really. Yes, it would have worked, but difficult for the way I work. Since multitasking is important, and the way I work is sorta sporadic, I find myself more efficient if I can float around from one workstation to another.

Q: Do you have anyone else that works with you or are those computers all for you?
A: I have employees and staffs, but they work from their own homes or travel around. I am the only one that uses this office.

Q: What is your monthly electricity bill like?
A: Since the completion of this project, I have seen my electricity bill hike about $150 to $200 a month. The A/C runs 24/7 to keep the room cool, and at minimum 3 of the PCs are on at any given moment doing something.

Q: How loud is your office?
A: Not too bad. Considering I have hardwood flooring, and not that much textiles to absorb noise, it's actually rather quiet. The loudest fans I use right now are CoolerMaster R4s, and they are not that loud at all. Although the noise is more spread since computers are spread throughout the office, unlike typical PC setups where noise is more focused just where the PC is, the A/C unit is still louder than any of the PCs, and the A/C unit I have is very quiet.

Q: What is your ambient temps like?
A: Once, I had all 6 computers running LinPack just to see how hot the room can get, while leaving my A/C on low fan speed. After 2 hours of running, the room peaked at about 76F which wasn't too bad considering. Few weeks back, I had some friends over for some WASD action... With 4x GTX460s, 4x 5770s, and 1x GTX260s running full along with CPU heat, and body heat from 4 people, the room got about 80F which was also pretty good. After turning the A/C to max, the room cooled to about 75F.

Q: Why did you not go H20?
A: At the end of the day, these are meant for work. More time I have to spend on maintaining these computers, less time I have for work. Air cooling just makes more sense when it comes to maintenance free operation, and all I have to do is about once a month, just blow some air into the PCs.

Q: So are these PCs just for work then?
A: It's tough to say what happens once the "office" closes for the day. And since there are no doors to open or close, and no set hours of operation, what happens when the sun goes down is entirely open for discussion.


Thanks everyone for visiting!


Edited by GoHigh - 3/2/11 at 8:18pm
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post #2 of 367
very nice upload picture

i think ill be watching this
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Sub'd. Can't wait to see the before and after photos. I seriously need to do this myself, but I'm broke.
    
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So sorry for the delay in pics... Will have some time this weekend. WORK'S GONNA KILL ME BEFORE I GET TO REDO MY OFFICE!!! Must.... Hang...... On.........
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I would love to see this! +sub
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I wish you were in nc i need a job.
post #7 of 367
Sweet, can't wait to see pics.
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UPDATE! FINALLY

Sorry for the delay, but it's been truly a grueling weekend. On top of my crazy work load right now, I had birthday events and weddings to go to... It looks my next weekend freed up a bit, so maybe this project can get underway...

I have been disassembling few computers already, getting ready to clean everything out.

I am going to setup a temporary workstation in the entertainment room, until this project can be finished.

My office, as if it wasn't messy enough, has gotten out of control thanks to UPS and FedEX dropping off shipments... I usually get about a box a day, from various online retailers, and on Friday, I received few impulse buy items I have been eyeing... Thermalright VenomX and two of MS Sidewinder X6 Keyboards... I am addicted to bargain hunting, and when I usually start with any deals posted here on OCN...

Sadly, I won't be able to install my new cooler until this project gets finished... Must resist...

I took some pics of my current chaos right now.


My server and 3rd workstation area...


My storage closets with hardwares and parts...


Inside of my storage space...


Another storage area...


My build cart... I love this thing, but it's gonna go upstairs to my garage now... It won't go with my theme in my new workspace.

[IMG][/IMG]
My "L" workstation... This is where my 2nd i7 rig was... As well as my server...


Taking a vacation... I probably won't be hooking these up until the office is complete. The COSMOS is my MAIN RIG... The Antec300 is my 2nd E8400 WS rig...


My favorite workstation. It's quiet, it runs OSX, WIN7, and Ubuntu... It's my Swiss Army Knife... Those 2x Acer 23" are new...


My 2nd favorite WS, my very first i7 rig... i7 @4.0Ghz, 12GB OCZ Reapers, 1x GTX260 1.7GB Edition, WIN7, blah blah blah...




I will post more pics once I clear the room... I was thinking of making a 3D plans, but I realized that planning is over, and it's time to just do it... Hopefully, the walls will see some white primer by next week...

Thanks for looking...
Edited by GoHigh - 3/6/10 at 10:47pm
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post #9 of 367
sweet man. this looks like it is going to be pretty sweet
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post #10 of 367
If you don't want to add any of those rigs to your new workstation, I'll take em and pay shipping lol.

Can't wait to see the final product. I wished I had the money to redo my office and get some more rigs built
    
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