Toilet Ultimate Force

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August 27th 2016
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Key Features:
Intel CPU NVIDIA Graphics Scratch Build Custom Paint Job Water-cooled
System Specs:
  • AlphaCool Alphacool VPP655 PWM D5 plexi
  • AlphaCool hard tube plexi 13/10
  • Phobya UC-2 LT
  • AlphaCool NexXxoS GPX - Nvidia Geforce GTX 960 M02
  • AlphaCool fittings
  • CoolerMaster V850
  • Asus Sabertooth Z170s
  • Asus Strix 960 GTX 2Gb OC
  • Intel I3 6100
  • TeamGroup Delta DDR4
  • Geil Zenith R3 120Gb
This is " T.U.F. project " ...Tolilet Ultimate Force I've had a dream for a long time to build a toilet PC. There is a ceramic toilet bowl on my balcony for about five years now, but because it is almost impossible to mod it at home I decided to build my own version. I've customized the frame of a Gerberit concealed cistern. I've carved a wooden case for it and covered the inside part with polycarbonate and perforated aluminium where the water tank and cooler placed. Basically it is a monobloc toilet computer. I've built the toilet bowl using 26 layers of polycarbonate and birch plywood. The toilet seat is made from one tiama log using adhesive and hand carving. The hinge is from a bath cabin door. There is RGB LED lights and water cooling in the computer.
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11 Comments on Toilet Ultimate Force

#1
alan1476
Very interesting, I just hope no one sits down on it when the lid is up. LOL
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#2
GumisPeter
alan1476, post: 3513108, member: 102091"
Very interesting, I just hope no one sits down on it when the lid is up. LOL
thanks :)
I will pay attention!
:D
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#3
GumisPeter
Blacksm1le, post: 3514206, member: 166362"
I voted 2/10 because:

nothing special
to build one of these.
:D
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#4
Gamer Modder
I voted 10/10 because:

Avesome!
very nice job!
Worklog worth a look, very serious work.
Congratulations!
:)
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#5
Ergosum
Love the detail. Obviously quite a bit of effort.

Good show!
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#6
Gamer Modder
Ergosum, post: 3515404, member: 166922"
Love the detail. Obviously quite a bit of effort.

Good show!
Thanks Bro!
:)
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#11
JunkBear
Ergosum, post: 3515404, member: 166922"
Love the detail. Obviously quite a bit of effort.

Good show!
Always an effort when you make a #2
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