Dark Raven MINI - Build LOG (DIY Wall mount based)

Ostetti

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May 27, 2017
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-Ok let's get started-




1. "The case"
I started the case design based on Thermaltake Core P1 (which is not sold in my country)

It is wood-based, thus, it marries well with Cassie (the plant)
Still missing some adjustments like, support for VGA and feet.

I started obviously with the Standoffs drilling, and the drawing of the cuts, where the cables would pass, Front I / O is from my old S340, from NZXT, I used a 3mm drill bit for all the holes.


2. "PSU and Drives"

The assembly of the SSD and the HDD were easy, a few screws are enough and ready, already the PSU,

I made holes for two screws, however, I found in my father's toolbox, a rail line, and folded it according to PSU , And I made a support assisting in cable mangement, in addition to the stand,

I put two iron plates, which served to hold the cables, and hold the WIFI / BT antenna




3. "MOBO"
Nothing complicated, just aligned everything, screwed everything, I connected everything, and I called, the only problem was with the BIOS (common in gigabyte, right?), I just loved the underglow audio light, even not liking LEDs in my hardware









4. "Config"

CPU: Intel Pentium G4560
MOBO: Gigabyte GA-H270N-WIFI
RAM: Corsair DDR4 2400mhz 8GiB LPX
PSU: EVGA 600B 600w Bronze Power Supply
SSD: Kingston UV 400 120GiB
HDD: Hitachi 1Tb SATA 2 7200RPM


THANKS FOR READ =D
 
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GreatestUnKnown

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Dec 30, 2016
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-Ok let's get started-




1. "The case"

I started the case design based on Thermaltake Core P1 (which is not sold in my country)

It is wood-based, thus, it marries well with Cassie (the plant)
Still missing some adjustments like, support for VGA and feet.

I started obviously with the Standoffs drilling, and the drawing of the cuts, where the cables would pass, Front I / O is from my old S340, from NZXT, I used a 3mm drill bit for all the holes.


2. "PSU and Drives"

The assembly of the SSD and the HDD were easy, a few screws are enough and ready, already the PSU,

I made holes for two screws, however, I found in my father's toolbox, a rail line, and folded it according to PSU , And I made a support assisting in cable mangement, in addition to the stand,

I put two iron plates, which served to hold the cables, and hold the WIF / BT antenna




3. "MOBO"
Nothing complicated, just aligned everything, screwed everything, I connected everything, and I called, the only problem was with the BIOS (common in gigabyte, right?), I just loved the underglow audio light, even not liking LEDs in my hardware








4. "Config"

CPU: Intel Pentium G4560
MOBO: Gigabyte GA-H270N-WIFI
RAM: Corsair DDR4 2400mhz 8GiB LPX
PSU: EVGA 600B 600w Bronze Power Supply
SSD: Kingston UV 400 120GiB
HDD: Hitachi 1Tb SATA 2 7200RPM

5. "Photos"

THANKS FOR READ =D


Mod can merge but I edited to have better reference while reading for myself your post.

Looks great so far though.
 
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Karamazovmm

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I Hate ImGur, but, thanks everyone :D
(Its like Ghetto because its made onBrazil XD)


I knew it!

When I saw the components I was like wait a sec.... he must be Brazilian!

You got the mobo I was waiting to go on sale this may ;)

Gladly or not it was out of stock and I bought the b350gtn from amazon jp

Never mind the ram the same ram I was aiming for, the crucial 16gb were cas17 and that was too high for me despite being dirty cheap


Are you in SP? We can try to find a way to put an acrylic or glass cover on it
 
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Ostetti

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May 27, 2017
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I knew it!

When I saw the components I was like wait a sec.... he must be Brazilian!

You got the mobo I was waiting to go on sale this may ;)

Gladly or not it was out of stock and I bought the b350gtn from amazon jp

Never mind the ram the same ram I was aiming for, the crucial 16gb were cas17 and that was too high for me despite being dirty cheap


Are you in SP? We can try to find a way to put an acrylic or glass cover on it


Well, I'm from MT, away from SP ...
On the acrylic, I was considered to put a Tempered Glass, but it was incrase the volume to increase more than a Sugo SG13, and I need mobility :D
I changed some things on the PSU / HDD cover, I'll finish small things and post, maybe tomorrow
 

Ostetti

Efficiency Noob
Original poster
New User
May 27, 2017
5
7
I knew it!

When I saw the components I was like wait a sec.... he must be Brazilian!

You got the mobo I was waiting to go on sale this may ;)

Gladly or not it was out of stock and I bought the b350gtn from amazon jp

Never mind the ram the same ram I was aiming for, the crucial 16gb were cas17 and that was too high for me despite being dirty cheap


Are you in SP? We can try to find a way to put an acrylic or glass cover on it

Unfortunately in that country, people like giant computers, and with LEDs, (and with ridiculously unbalanced rigs), it's good to see a SFF Fan around here XD
 

Ostetti

Efficiency Noob
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May 27, 2017
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7
UP FUCKING DATES!!!!
Well, let's tell a history.

I have a serious problem with my things, I look at them, and I do not like them anymore.
So I re-did it with the same base (Core P1), and here's the result.
I bought some more specific tools to make the job smoother.
I bought strips of rubbers for the feet, and I lowered the mobo about 3cm.
I refitted the part of the HD, with some metal plates, and besides, I gave a name to the project.
Get to know the RAVEN PROJECT.
(Sorry for the photos, I was late for work :D )


















ImageShack is offline for now, and i hope ImGur Shows here :p
Thanks again :D
 
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