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Scratch Build – In Progress [Bit-Tech/Intel NUC Competition] Intranuc - Complete --- Final pictures

Discussion in 'Project Logs' started by Waynio, 4 Aug 2013.

  1. craig - toyoracer

    craig - toyoracer Member

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    Wayne what a great looking little build :thumb: and Congrats on finishing :clap:

    Love the accents on top and the base, really nice. :)
     
  2. LegendaryScott

    LegendaryScott Trying to live up to the name

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    Love it
    Would look great on a desk (my desk :lol: )
    Same as Craig above - Loving the accents on top and the base

    This one was always my favourite of the NUCs

    Well done for completing her
     
  3. Ace_finland

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    Very nice build Waynio! Still a bit amazed with the edges, i bet they drove u nuts :D Congrats on completing!
     
  4. Waynio

    Waynio Relaxing

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    Thanks quizz, iit really felt good to complete a project, been quite a while, completed midlag so should be back onto LAG soon. :D

    Thanks cheaps, probably should get a few more size ref pics, maybe later today.

    Thanks Asouter & that's why I put it in there, I'm kind of itching to get back onto LAG & now I can when I'm ready to.
    I was starting to thiink will those scraps ever be of use & this project really helped make use of some. :)

    Thank you skip, think I'll do a few more reference pictures just to be safe. :D

    Thanks voigts, was a fun project other than getting things wrong a couple of times & a late decision to make beveled seams which was a bit harder than I thought it would be so took 3 tries. :eeek::D

    Thanks Craig, smallest project I've made, never imagined I'd make a case so small. :D

    :lol: Thanks Scott, the competition is so high & all the others are really nicely done, I won't be voting. :D

    Oh they did :lol: thanks Ace, your NUC case is fantastic, very nice. :)

    Got 2 more pics here with just finishing Midlag. :)
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  5. Combatus

    Combatus Bit-tech Modding + hardware reviews Staff Super Moderator

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    You have mail ;)
     
  6. Darkwisdom

    Darkwisdom Level 99 Retro Nerd

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    Wow gorgeous. The Cooling solution has been made into a main feature; it's just beautifully done.

    All of the NUC entries have been so amazing. I dunno how whoever the moderator and decision maker for this competition is actually going to choose a winner.
     
  7. Waynio

    Waynio Relaxing

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    I'll get back to you ASAP Antony. :)

    Thanks Dark :D that's over to the viewers, I agree though they are all really nice. :D

    Got a nice surprise when I tried the NUC out with added thermal compound.

    15c cooler than stock while running low RPM so can't even hear it, the thermal compound made a big difference, so it officially is the cooler cooler that looks cooler. :hehe:
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  8. Ace_finland

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    looks great! Is this it of the competition or will there be a winner?
     
  9. Waynio

    Waynio Relaxing

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    Thanks Ace, :) bit-tech said they are putting it to community vote, I don't know when though.
     
  10. Ace_finland

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    Cool! Gonna be so hard to pick one to vote for. Maybe I can vote for all of you :)
     

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