Sorry , I just saw your message today. The clearance is quite small. I was just barely able to fit the AIO into the case with the motherboard. I can see it being a problem if the VRM's on your motherboard are large.
Clever trick. I would do it, I just don't know how I feel about drilling a hole in my desk haha. I also just noticed you mounted the power strip on the wall as well, thats why the cable management is so godly.
Did you drill a hole in the desk to hide the mouse and keyboard cables?
THIS IS SO BEAUTIFUL!
LOL, yea I am a fan of it too...clearly.
Here is a video review I did on these LED's. This was with my old desk, but the way I have attached it to my new desk is the same. I just stuck it to the back of the desk, as you can see in the video.
It comes with the american plug, but if the LED strip is available on the UK version of amazon, I would assume it would ship with the UK plug, but I could be wrong.
Thanks! The LED strip I got from amazon is called the "Tingkam Flexible LED strip", but really any LED strip should give you the same result, so if you find something cheaper go for it.
So I actually have an LED strip behind my desk which gives it that nice glow behind the monitor. I got them from amazon, they are called the "Tingkam Flexible LED strips".
You can change the LED strip to whatever color you want using the included remote. It also has different modes in which it can cycle through a variety of colors.
AOC i2367f 23"
Hahaha, good eye! Thanks!
Yea haha, I made no edits to any of the pictures, just snapped pics with my phone and uploaded them here. If you want a better angle of the fans you could look at pic 3.
The two PC's on top of each other scares the crap outta me lol, but beautiful build nonetheless!
Thanks for the help! Will def look into it!
Because as you can see the case has a lot of cable management built in. Many of the cables are hidden anyway, and are tucked in the back. No one will see the back of the case only the front. No point of modular PSU and sleeved cables, when most of the cables are already hidden by the case.
Because as you can see the case has a lot of cable management built in. Many of the cables are hidden anyway, and are tucked in the back. No one will see the back of the case only the front. No point of modular PSU, when most of the cables are already hidden by the case.
Didn't need a performance PC, just a Showcase PC. So the goals were to make it LOOK nice. Don't need an i7 to make the aesthetics of the PC look nice, so opted for an i3 that we had lying around.
Honestly just a graphics card that lights up and looks cool. Again this PC just needs to LOOK nice, the specs don't matter at all, as it won't be used for gaming or anything performance related, but rather a showcase build to show off to students.
lol it's because this PC is just going to be running a slideshow for the rest of its life. I know it's such a sad task for such a beautiful PC, but it's what we needed to bring in more enrollment in our PC specialization classes.
I have already built the computer, so I don't have a video on how to build it, but it was really simple. There are a ton of helpful videos on how to build a computer on youtube. This was my first build, and YouTube was my only resource, and the PC came out exactly how I wanted it.
I might upgrade the CPU later in the future if necessary, but for the price this CPU is perfect for now, as I only need it for day to day tasks and some gaming on the side