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Scratch Build – In Progress Project : Five WoodPC : 3, 3.5, 4 and 5 new model 3v2

Discussion in 'Project Logs' started by Tavutatete, 18 Dec 2008.

  1. Tavutatete

    Tavutatete New Member

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    Hello...

    Two years ago I have present the WoodPC2 project... I decided to present you 4 new WoodPC.

    I will post only the pictures, don't hesitate to post some comments... :)

    WoodPC 3 version 2:

    2 years ago I have made the first version (woodPC 3), here is the new version more powerfull :)

    - Q9550 oc @ 3.8
    - 4go Gskill extreme pc8500
    - P5K premium wifi
    - 520w cooler master (520w is a little bit too low I will buy a 700w model)
    - 275 GTX
    - blue-ray burner
    - 2 x 2.5" 250go
    - 2 Acard ans-9010 in raid 0 for windows and application (2x 12go Gskill)
    - Adaptec 3405 pci-e 4x SAS controler

    WoodPC 3 :

    Full fanless, with a active sound filter and a realtime analyzer.
    - Turion MT32
    - motherboard asrock s754
    - 2 compact flash 266x raid 0
    - 4gb on I-ram
    - 2gb pc3200
    - slot in dvd drive

    WoodPC 3.5 :

    Music server with integrated amplifier and intergrated 10.4 inch lcd.
    - Turion ML32
    - motherboard asrock s754
    - SSD 32gb
    - 2gb pc3200
    - tripath 2x20w amplifier


    WoodPC 4 :

    Video server, 5Tb mini-itx
    - Intel Atom 230
    - 2gb pc6400
    - 4 sata controler
    - 4x 750gb samsung
    - 2x 1tb samsung
    - dvd drive
    - forton fanless 400w

    WoodPC 5 :

    HTPC, mini-itx
    - Motherboad MSI MS9803 mini ITX socket P with PCIe 16x
    - C2D T9300 6mo Fanless mod
    - 4go pc 6400
    - SSD Mtron 16go
    - compact flash 16go 133x
    - Enermax 500w
    - PNY 9600gt
    - Blue Ray
    - VFD LIS
    - scythe 120mm en façade




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  2. Tavutatete

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    WoodPC 3.5


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    WoodPC 4


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    WoodPC 5


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  8. MaximumShow

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    Awesome! I am building something similar to your wood pc 3 and 3.5 right now. I'm happy to see more music and htpc systems being built.
     
  9. phinix

    phinix RIP Waynio...

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    HOLY SH*T! Are these woofers on both sides of your desk??!! I can imagine the power of those...:jawdrop:
     
  10. Krog_Mod

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    It's really a shame not to see the process involved in these. This is some really high quality work. I'd be very interested in reading all about them. Pictures can only tell so much of a story. One of the reasons i prefer books to movies. So please do tell if you can.
     
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    HeXeN Straight from Hell

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    [Edit] Tavutatete[/edit] that's hell of a nice work!! BTW - those subwoofers - BR looks like to short but from those photos it can be seen that you are sound maniac :p

    how are temps in those tiny wood cases ? and noise ?

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  12. Tavutatete

    Tavutatete New Member

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    Yes these 2 sub are on both side :)

    All the installation is with a six chanels amplifier (NAD) 6x80w

    I have a Terratek sound card in the woodpc 3 with opical output on the real time analyser and AES output from RTA to active filter.

    Tweeter : Davis acoustic TW26k kevlar (2")
    Medium : Monacor SPH135kep kevlar (5")
    Woofers : Monacor SPH300ke kevlar (12")
     
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    I have made some tests regarding the temps :

    This test was for the Woodpc3, one OCCT during 7 hours.

    CPU @ 1600mhz 1.15volts. 100% fanless

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  14. ROB 636

    ROB 636 Ski-Ba-Bop-Ba-Dop-Bop

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    The hell is that PCI card with RAM sticks?

    The cases look nice. I need to get started on mine.
     
  15. Jipa

    Jipa Avoiding the "I guess.." since 2004

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    Great builds! I love well made wooden case and seeing many of them in one thread is almost too much :blush: Nice original designs etc. Good work!
     
  16. BlackWhizz

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    Rob 636, thats Gigabytes I-RAM. A insane fast (and expensive) SSD.

    Nice built btw:)
     
  17. HeXeN

    HeXeN Straight from Hell

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    Jeahh i didn't see till now I-RAM :D form gigabyte at someones home :D

    57*C is nice score but what with woodPC5 (there's hot graph there inside :>)

    BTW BlackWhizz - this was a preludium for SSD's now we have got developed SSD still really pricey ... And about fast working I-RAM as i read about it - this is really fast (think of good fast ram placed for instance into PCI-E x16 :>

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    Subs with such mess on them ? :p that's going to jump a lot :D


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  18. Spyrious

    Spyrious Modding all the Time

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    Amazing work.I never liked wood as a material for pc cases.Your work made me change my mind.I will try something myself with wood some time.Maybe a htpc.I cant stop looking at the pictures.It feels very warm.I liked the cloth you used too.Is it like the cloth used in Speakers?
     
  19. Tavutatete

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    Yes it is exactely the same used with speakers.
     
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    Up

    new Model WooPC 3v2
     

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