Discussion in 'Project Logs' started by Delta6326, Jan 21, 2013.
I like it
So here we are at the end of the road, this has been a very long and exciting journey. It's hard to think this took 2 weeks, but it was well worth it.
With this case being solid wood it's very strong, heavy and quiet! With only 3 case fans one intake left side and 2 out this stays much cooler than my NZXT Tempest that had 6 fans... My gpu's are sitting at 42c each they used to be 48, 50c my CPU is at 35c fans are at 70%...
So that's enough talk lets get onto the final pic's, I hope you all enjoy these and sorry I'm not a pro photographer, but I used my T2i.
Thank you for looking and I hope you enjoyed this build!
You going into business?? !
With how much time this took the labor would go for more than $400 I would need to invest in a C'n'C machine to make it much faster and with no flaws.
maybe you could add some light so the "the cube" would look more sharp
Nice build indeed. I would have suggested some more intake/exhaust in the motherboard area but it seems your temps aren't to high to cause worry. nice work. Very impressed by this.
Yeah when I was building I was hoping temps wouldn't be bad, but they have turned out to be much better than my old case. CPU idle 36c load 49c, GPU 1 42c load 68c GPU 2 40c load 66c. In my old case the CPU temps were about the same, but my GPU temps were much higher idle would be 47-50 load 68-72c.
This is on all old tech too, so I'm think when I get my new parts things will be even cooler and I won't have 2 GPU 's.
My old case was NZXT Tempest had 4 120mm and 2 140mm. And that case sounded like a jet! This case is supper quite, the loudest thing is the GPU fan, and can sometimes here the HDD but ever so slightly.
My GPU 2 sometimes won't kick on its fan because the cougar fan is so close to it, but I lined it up so its slightly higher and to the side so it sends air to the CPU fan.
Epic. How much did I cost to do this
when it was all done not including the sleeving material probably $80 for all material Wood, glue, etc.
You have any blueprints and materials list. This looks great and I would love to do something similar it full size ATX
Blue prints might be nice to have available.
Sorry don't have any blue prints. And sorry for late reply just got the notification.
Do you need help with design?
Do you have a thread your working on? I can probably do some stuff this Friday. Busy today and tomorrow.
I don't have my owns but I did Jack.this one
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