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Old 27th Aug 2014, 17:23   #1
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Project: Ec-SYNCDESK - Update 18/10/14 -

Hello everyone, I would like to start this new project, I have seen on the net and in this forum that there are already many (all fantastic and crazy) but I'd like to have something that occurrence can be closed to make space for another place and maybe even in the wall of the living room where the TV is.
Let's start with these pictures, they are not very good at drawing, this is only a draft, during the phase of the project `'ll decide how to proceed.
The fixed points are: folding desk fixed to the wall with support for keyboard and mouse attachment.

A big thank to all my sponsors who are helping me with this project










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Cpu: Intel i7-4790
Motherbord: Asus Maximus VII Impact
Vga: ASUS GeForce GTX 750 Ti OC
Ram: Kingston HyperX Fury memory 8gb
HDD: HyperX 3K SSD 120gb- Pny XLR8 SSD 120gb
Psu: Enermax Revolution XT 730W Gold 80 plus
Fan: Six Enermax T.B. Apollish Blue
Keyboard: Corsair K70 Red















tips are welcome, thanks

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Old 27th Aug 2014, 17:37   #2
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Hello and welcome to the forums

I've moved your thread to Modding - Planning for the minute as, unless you have pictures of work in progress, you don't have a project log.

Also, for your information, your first 10 posts will require moderation so they won't appear instantly.

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Old 27th Aug 2014, 17:45   #3
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Hello and welcome to the forums

I've moved your thread to Modding - Planning for the minute as, unless you have pictures of work in progress, you don't have a project log.

Also, for your information, your first 10 posts will require moderation so they won't appear instantly.

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Hello George, thanks for the welcome

in reality I already have a work log and on with the job but I wanted to share it here as well if you do not mind ;-)

Hello everyone, today I took the chipboard panels and I cut the most important parts.







These will be the supports of the desk....





This panel will set the side fan ...... 3 will be on one side and 3 on the other side



this is how it goes on the bottom panel and placed the hardware





stay tuned
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In that case I'll move it back! Nice neat work too
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In that case I'll move it back! Nice neat work too
thank you very much ;-)
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Old 27th Aug 2014, 17:56   #6
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work continues ........ I cut the holes in the side panels where they will attach the 120mm fans and "probable" radiators











this is the magazine of the keyboard and mouse











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Old 27th Aug 2014, 17:58   #7
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cutting the front panel for keyboard compartment

















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I proceed with the slots dimension 5.25 DVD writer and the other ......





















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Hello everyone, I cut the rear panel to support the motherboard and power supply ......





the screws will change ......














temporary power supply




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hello to all, work continues......sorry if some pictures are not visible but the phone sometimes does not work well ;-)



















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Old 27th Aug 2014, 18:09   #13
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Cut the top panel to glass





mesh for cooling fans









and here it is attached to the wall



















ok guys what do you think? are in half the work. there still so much to do .....
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Hi guys, a little upgrade ..... I built support for the keybinding and mouse. there is still some finishing and the bottom cap

































Stay Tuned ;-)
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continues with the work, I have finished the top panel. now only missing the glass that comes to me next week.











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Old 27th Aug 2014, 18:19   #16
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I built the bottom plug for the keyboard compartment









gas pistons to lift the top cover







soon with new works ;-)
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Old 27th Aug 2014, 18:40   #17
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hello guys, today I built the front panel power button, reset and ignition lights







I also added 3 blue LEDs that illuminate the panel at night







I created the cover for the wires from the front panel of an old radio











ok guys, it's all for the moment .... I hope you enjoy it ;-)
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Old 27th Aug 2014, 18:42   #18
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ok guys, some up. I got the double glass is 8mm, and I have siliconized. I inserted the led lights and to test to see what effect it had, the hardware you see is temporary, slowly will buy everything and I will insert ... hope you like it





















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hello guys, today I built the front panel power button, reset and ignition lights







I also added 3 blue LEDs that illuminate the panel at night







I created the cover for the wires from the front panel of an old radio











ok guys, it's all for the moment .... I hope you enjoy it ;-)

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