Discussion in 'Die-hard Overclocking & Case Modifications' started by toesy, Dec 12, 2008.
Thats amazing, great job!
No lan Party i guess Really awesome idea, you should signup for rig of the month!
men.. as all the ppl above.. this is a great job.. really nice... rig of the month
ps.. i really nice the outside, but if you remake your inside it will be more cooler.. like you are having a tunning car and someone wants to see you engine and you actually open your engine door (i dont know the name in english) and ppl can see the monster inside, a very clean monster inside)
WOOOW! nice work! keep it up, dude!
I just got the email announcing this would be the rig of the month.
11/10 for effort there looks superb congrats to a job well done!
Very nice! That's almost as good as my mod
Quality mod there m8... ROTM well deserved imo!!!
Outside the box indeed, and with water cooling and all... I dig it.
Wow mate, very cool! Definitely deserves the ROTM! The Matrix Orbital is very cool in that location, probably my favourite part of the mod!
i presume thats a mod in progress
Oustanding!! Beautiful job you've done there.
+1 for Rig of the Month!
nice mod m8 me likey a lot.. congrats on mod o the month might even do sumthing similar as i have a bit ov a space problem wen i build me next rig lol
Well done, youve truly achieved something good there that looks great and practical
And well done on ROTM, you deserved it!
thats a work for manny WOWSssssssss MY RESPECT TO YOU M8!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
This thread is full of win! Keep up the good work man...
Atleast you don't really have to worry about cable management Must be abit of a mission to change parts. Having to take everything off the desk I mean.
It's not tp bad, since the last pics, I have had to move Deskee into another room.
But I now have changed both monitors to wall mountable versions, so they sit around 10cm's above deskee.
I only have to remove the mouse mat (glass) and the wireless keyboard, everything else just slides back.
If I have to go underneath and swap anything, then yes I have to move all the wired stuff to another table on the left.
This project is still in progress, just with summer I have had to keep the mrs happy by spending on things like garden furniture (which I ruined, when building deskee).
I hope to have it completed by this Christmas 2009. And I will update you with the pics and work done.
I also thought I would list the actual model names, just incase somebody else wants to do something similar.
Top - Glass Table Top is Vika Lauri 157cm x 78cm
Bottom - Solid Beech Table is Vika Byske 155cm x 75cm
Tables Legs Adjustable - Vika Kaj
The rest is down to you and your creativeness, good luck.
I would contact Lian Li with this and see if you can work out some deal with them for mass producing this thing.