New Desk Build (No Name)

Discussion in 'Die-hard Overclocking & Case Modifications' started by anon, Apr 3, 2013.

  1. anon

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    hey first time posting here but in the middle of building a new desk to house 2 Computers and figured id have a build log on this site.

    currently going into this build with old hardware

    Rig 1 - Gaming
    PSU: OCZ Fatality
    Motherboard: Asus Sabertooth x58
    CPU: Intel i7 930
    GPU: Gainward GTX-680
    Ram: G.Skill Ripjaw 1600MHz tripple channel kit
    HDD: OCZ Revodrive x3 120Gb
    WD 1TB

    Rig 2 - Media Server
    PSU: Basic 430w
    Motherboard: Asus P8H61-M LE
    CPU: Celeron G540
    GPU: EVGA GTX-550ti
    Ram: Trandsend 4GB
    HDD: Corsair Force 60GB
    Hitachi 2TB
    WD 3TB
    WD 2TB

    anyway now for some pictures
    random doodle getting some motivations
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    old desk
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    and where now were up to where I've started new desk
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    Progress
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    and now where I've left off until Saturday i will need to change the block of wood or the whole piece for the inner well
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    anyway time to turn in will post the rest of the build as it happens and as i get new parts which will be ordering fairly soon

    any sugestions on names and paint theme would be helpfull

    Dougie L
     
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    hhhmm dropbox pictures dont work
     
  3. anon

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    hmmm i see this is new to me any suggestions on which site to host images anyone?
     
  4. hallryu

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  5. anon

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    Cheers, will post the photos shortly
     
  6. anon

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    Update With Photos

    sorry guys i was unable to use drop box links for the photos but here are some progress shots of where im up to now

    Current Desk
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    on to the build
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    and finally where ive left off today
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    not the motherboard i will be using just a spare to get an idea of how it will all fit

    will post more as i go
     
  7. anon

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    Update

    hey guys made a bit of progress today have almost finished the false floors for the build just waiting on some standoff screws to mount the motherboards, than will be able to measure and cut the back plate holes and sata and power cable holes and start putting some cables in here is the progress pics

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    hopefully in the next fortnight some more parts come and will be able to make some more progress
     
  8. anon

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    Name For Build

    So after 2 weeks of work i have come to realize that i have not come up with a name for the build, i cant think of anything good so i ask anyone one post any good names and i will select one
     
  9. anon

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    small update

    so finally got around to putting the mounting brackets into the false floors and cut out the holes for the main power cables

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  10. hallryu

    hallryu Don Altobello

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    Resize please to 1280x1024 or less, or post thumbnails.
     

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