- 8 months ago
So, I'm trying to put together a desktop, as a replacement for my almost 3 year old gaming laptop. And I just spent most of my available cash on a GTX 1080 from Ebay. Prior to checking clearance in the case that I've already got. Now, I know cases can be pretty cheap, but every little bit counts. Which brings me to my main point: I'm part of the Engineering program at my high school, and have access to both 3d printers and CNC routers. Assuming I have the materials, would I be able to design and build a PC case that would last? i.e. something on a similar level to a retail-bought case? And if so, what exactly would it take to build it?
EDIT: Am I missing something here? I've got a feeling I'm missing something, considering the 30 people that have looked at my thread, without commenting.