Lego Pc v.0.6
January 15th 2011
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- AMD Athlon II 605e(2,3 Ghz, quad-core)cooled by Hiper Low-profile full-copper cooler
- Asus M4a88T-I Deluxe, Mini-ITX, AMD 880g, WiFi-AP, Bluetooth, Sata3, USB 3.0
- 2x4GB Kingmax SODDR3-1333
- 2x250GB Samsung 2,5", 7200rpm, 16MB cache, RAID 0
- Optiarc slim slot-in DVD-RW
- ATI Radeon HD 5570 1GB DDR3
I built the entire casing with LEGO bricks, there isn't a single screw, or soldering, or glue. It's completely deconstructable.
Only LEGO bricks, there isn't a single screw, or soldering, or glue. Completely deconstructable. 200x200x105 mm. 4-core and 8 gigs of ram under 150W of total power consumption. It sports a discrete GPU, a slot-in DVD and 2 disks. The front buttons are blocked with LEGO bricks from behind, so is the DVD burner, and the backplate fits the LEGO bricks I used to assemble the back. The DVD eject button is also a LEGO brick, though i haven't figured out (yet) how to prevent it from falling when the computer is moved. The DVD is lifted from the rest by a LEGO slab(the blue one in the last pic), and the slot-in feature is preserved by flat-head bricks on the lower side of the LEGO cd-dvd slot, and it's working fine. I removed the discrete card bracket, and closed with LEGO the Displayport, leaving VGA and DVI accessible. The screenshot shows the temperatures in idle, this is just me losing it one sleepless night few days ago, so the air flow isn't enough to endure long work sessions, but everything stays put and the computer can be turned on, used and turned off without any issue. Next step will be mono-coloured bricks, and better air flow. Stay tuned :)