EDIT: Its been a couple weeks, I've made some progress on the plans, now I can actually start making modifications and getting the less substantial parts and to that end...
Cut hole in bottom panel of case for PSU supply cable and air intake
Machine legs for case
Model and Modify GPU...
First SFF build, first custom loop, first RGB...a lot of firsts for me. And it went...slowly. Parts were not available, something came broken, didn't fit, wasn't compatible, needed to order something I didn't realize I needed...etc. It's not perfect by any means, but I'm happy the way it turned...
Okay so basically the idea came to me since I travel a lot and I want to design an ITX case similar in volume and layout to the popular Ghost S1 and Dan Case A4. The thing is I HAVE NEVER BUILT A PC BEFORE and all the knowledge I have about everything is from youtube videos, reddit/sffpc and...
I'm evaluating a NAS.
Main use will be providing DVD/BD/UHD (when it will eventually be possible) rips to the house. No transcoding, pure, raw, delivery.
I wonder if I should go with some basic Synology or build a cheap one.
Things I'm looking at:
- Raid 0;
- Easy to use interface;
Has anyone tried to swap out a AIO Cooler head pump with tubes, from a bigger radiator to a 92 mm Alphacool Radiator, to fit in one of your systems? Or do I have to learn everything I can about "Custom watercooling" and spend hundreds of $?
I'm using a Ncase M1
Before I start, it's worth mentioning that this isn't an ongoing build per se. It's the steps taken to modify a component, for my build. It's probably been done before, but, I figured it might be cool to some people, and this seemed like the most appropriate space :)
For my current...
Prototype and volume manufacturing are available. Please submit your files in STEP, IGS, IGES, SLDPRT, SLDASM, or STL. I cannot accept SKP (Sketchup) files.
If you are using Protocase designer to design your enclosure, you can export the project as a STEP file.
So first time actually posting something here, hadn't really had anything original to contribute but my latest project is completed and i thought it was worth sharing.
Here's are my build criteria:
-No power brick! i despise them.
-Fits a full size reference design Nvidia card
I recently took a stab at building my own case using 10mm L profiles, 4mm plywood and a dremel in addition to a monitor for a laptop style desktop computer. But before I get into the details, the specs for the build:
Gigabyte AB350 N Gaming Wifi
Ryzen 7 1700