Discussion in 'Project Logs' started by Gtek, 15 Jun 2013.
Yes, but what can I do... not much, unless some one starts to manufacture exact copy...
Awesome work, been waiting to see the final finished product and must say thats outstanding!
Any chance there'd be a version with gaming organs? Having such a design house for example an ASRock Z77E-ITX, 3570K and a HD7950 but without the optical drive and the sound card would be a must-have for me! That is, if such a thing could be done without compromising the design of this beauty. <3
Don't do anything other than market yourself and products if you so choose to push into production. People like originals and cheap knock off's never sell that well to be honest.
"Imitation is the sincerest form of flattery"
Charles Caleb Colton
Any chance of listing tools and materials used? Just moved house and inherited an 8ft workbench with a fixed vice from the previous owner - this kind of thing is now in reach
Wow, that is a seriously beautiful build. Reminds me of Bang & Olufsen hifi kit, and the wood and metal design is stunning. It would look amazing sitting in the middle of a room next to some hifi kit, although you'd probably want some hardcore cable tidying behind it
@Bawjaws - BlueTOOF everything.
Once again Gtek, THANK YOU!
BEautiful man, Beautiful ! <3
Love the clean look of it. Beautiful indeed!
Looks like we featured in the same bit-tech modding update post. Good job mate! Way to make my build look cheap
Great build...curious as to where you placed the power supply. Are you using external power?
Unfortunately, thingITX boards don't have 16x Pci-express slots, so that is not possible...
Materials: aluminium 2-5mm, walnut.
Tools (for this one): Bench drill, bench sander, jig saw, hand saw, files.
Thanks I think that our builds are so much different, that no one would even try to compare them
Thanks, yes I'm using external-laptop power supply.
What kind of PSU is used 19V?
Yes, 19V, 95W Thermaltake Slim Toughpower
It's so so beautiful, please, send it to me, it will fit perfectly in my living-room
I SEE MAGIC! this is just an awesome build that would fit in nicely anywhere!
what happened to the photos? :/
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