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Old 15th Feb 2013, 20:01   #1
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home made all in one desktop

hello...i am a user of bit-tech and i see many awsome modd and scratch build and now i want to do my own all in one pc with touch screen
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mobo: rampage 3 gene
cpu: socket 1366, i7 980
vga: evga gtx 460 1gb ddr5
ddr 3 : kingston 3x 4gb 1600mhz , 3x2gb 1600mhz
hdd : 2x320 gb raid 0 , 2 tb WD
cooling: corsair h100
psu : corsair tx 650M

monitor in use is a lg 19" standard 1280x1024 with elo touch screen



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Old 15th Feb 2013, 20:08   #2
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So, where are actual pictures, progress on the build etc.? This is not really a build log, but a proposed build.
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Old 15th Feb 2013, 21:06   #3
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monitor frame is almoust done...now to test monitor to see if it work
sorry for my bad english...i dont speak english for about 10 years now...
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Old 16th Feb 2013, 10:46   #4
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testing monitor to see if anything is working...


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Old 16th Feb 2013, 11:00   #5
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Looking good so far! I suspect weed2all's posts are stuck in a moderation queue.

I want to see how you mount the pc on the back of the screen
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Old 16th Feb 2013, 13:04   #6
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my ideea is to make a base for monitor and inside mount my pc...

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Old 16th Feb 2013, 16:58   #7
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i will use this pci-e extender on my project to put the video card to ocuppies a small space...

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Old 16th Feb 2013, 17:47   #8
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i will do anythyng tomorow

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Old 19th Feb 2013, 01:15   #9
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a litle update...i dont have much time to work on my project
an update to bottons control of the monitor

spacers to install the motherboard











installing motherboard



video card supporte



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Old 19th Feb 2013, 01:33   #10
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Old 19th Feb 2013, 01:37   #11
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that is all for now...update soon...i will mount de corsair h100 cpu cooler and hdd
then i will make a base to seat my pc...

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comment pls...any ideea...i wait for it.10x
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Old 19th Feb 2013, 05:32   #13
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keep it up, you're going in the right direction, thought maybe you shpuld turn the gpu around so that it can get fresh air from the outside instead of pre-warmed air from the other components?
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interesting project!
i'll grab some ideas for my next builds
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hy there kelmannen...i have thinking that on the gpu, but it will occupies a lot of space because the pci-e extender...the right way a think is this...thought i will istall a few small fans maybe 60x60 or smallest for the air circulation
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i want a computer smallest as i can take...
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i want a computer smallest as i can take...
yeye, got you there the intake fans might be a good idea but 60mm fans do often have very bad noise levels :/
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Old 19th Feb 2013, 17:19   #18
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If you flip the GPU you should be able to mount some cross flow fans in the chassis that can be controlled by the GPU board to keep it cool. That way you could take the cover off and slim it down some. But like kelmannen said I'd definitely flip the GPU, even then you could show it off a little
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seems nice and just a question, how well those riser cables work?
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i will try on a 60mm and smallest like 40mm fan...after testing i will decide wich i use...for now i will resume to finish entire case...i think to use acrylic to make the protection of entire pc...
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