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  1. Clevo Custom Laptops What is a custom laptop? It is a laptop in which you have the ability to choose how much RAM to put, to choose between what SSD / HDD or different panels, cpus and gpus. It is also useful to be able to take a barebone without disks and license. What's Clevo? Clevo is a Taiwanese ODM (Original Design Manufacturer) who designs and manufactures its products, gaming laptops or also high performance mobile workstations. Clevo also manufactures barebone cases for other OEMs (Original Equipment Manufacturer) and these OEMs fill these barebone cases with the necessary hardware. Most of the brands (Dell, Alienware, HP, Lenovo, Acer) use barebones made by ODM such as Quanta, Compal, Clevo and others. The use of desktop cpus on its products (N3xx, N6xx, W6xx, P7xx, P8xx) is a particular feature of this manufacturer, which also uses the MXM format gpus in the most powerful platforms (P7xx, P8xx). Other OEMs (Dell, Alienware, HP, Lenovo, Acer, Asus, Gigabyte, Aorus) use soldered cpu/gpu for their gaming laptops. (here more infos) Clevo does not market its products directly but it distributes them through a worldwide network of System Integrators and Resellers that rebrand them and customize them to the customer's taste. ( List of Clevo Resellers ) System Integrators such as Sager, Origin, XMG / Schenker, Metabox, Obsidian PC, Eurocom are among the most well-known in the world. Clevo website http://www.clevo.com.tw/ All Notebooks ___________________________________2-cores CPU__________________________________________ _______13” BGA CPU _______ N130BU (N131BU) i3-7100u/i5-7500u/i7-7600u / N130WU (N131WU) i5-8250u/i7-8550u (aka Sager NP3130, Schenker Slim 13, PCSpecialist Lafite III) [Dimensions: 329 x 225 x 17.8 mm (W x D x H) / Battery:36Wh / Weight: 1,30 kg with battey] Reviews http://www.pcworld.com/article/3198671/linux/the-system76-galago-pro-is-a-fierce-featherweight-competitor.html https://betanews.com/2017/06/07/system76-galago-pro-linux-review/ http://tomstechnicalblog.blogspot.it/2017/05/system76-galago-pro-review.html Official Thread http://forum.notebookreview.com/threads/official-clevo-n130bu-sager-np3130-owners-lounge.804486/ _______14” BGA CPU________ N240BU(N241BU) i3-7100u/i5-7500u/i7-7600u / N240WU (N241WU) i5-8250u/i7-8550u (aka Sager NP3245, Schenker Slim 14, PCSpecialist UltraNote IV LE) [Dimensions: 340x 243.5x 22.2mm (W x D x H) / Battery:44Wh / Weight: 1,80 kg with battey] Review http://forum.notebookreview.com/threads/clevo-n240bu.806968/ ______15” BGA CPU________ N750BU (N751BU Grey) i5-7500u/i7-7600u (aka Schenker Slim 15, PCSpecialist UltraNote IV) [Dimensions:377 x 259 x 22,8 mm (W x D x H) / Battery:44Wh / Weight: 2,10 kg with battery] ___________________________________4-cores CPU__________________________________________ _______14” BGA CPU________ P640HJ1 (P641HJ1) i7-7700hq+gtx1050 /P640HK1 (P641HK1) i7-7700hq+gtx1050ti (aka XMG P407, Schenker Compact 14, PCSpecialist Defiance III) [Dimensions: 349x247x25.4mm (W x D x H) / Battery:45Wh / Weight: 2,10 kg with battey] Reviews https://www.notebookcheck.net/Schenker-Technologies-XMG-P407-Clevo-P641HK1-Notebook-Review.207220.0.html Official Thread http://forum.notebookreview.com/threads/official-clevo-p64xhk-sager-np8x40-owners-lounge.800251/ ______15” BGA CPU________ N750HU (N751HU Grey) i5-7300HQ/i7-7700HQ N850HZ i5-7300hq or i7-7700hq +igpu / N850HN i5-7300hq or i7-7700hq+940mx / N850HL i5-7300hq or i7-7700hq+mx150 / N850HC i5-7300hq or i7-7700hq+gtx950m (aka Sager NP5850, Sager NP5852, PCSpecialist Cosmos VI) [Dimensions:385 x 268 x 28,5 mm (W x D x H) / Battery:48.84/62Wh / Weight: 2,40 kg with battey] N850HJ1 i5-7300hq or i7-7700hq+gtx1050 / N857HJ1 i5-7300hq or i7-7700hq+gtx1050 / N850HK1 i5-7300hq or i7-7700hq+gtx1050ti /N857HK1 i5-7300hq or i7-7700hq+gtx1050ti (aka Sager NP6852, Sager NP6850, XMG A507, Schenker Media 15, Notebookguru Guru SUN K , PCSpecialist Optimus VIII, Schenker Media 15, XOTIC G55 Excalibur) Review http://www.trustedreviews.com/pc-specialist-optimus-viii-review http://www.tomshardware.com/reviews/sager-np6852-gaming-laptop-review,4955.html Official Thread http://forum.notebookreview.com/threads/official-clevo-n85xhkx-hjx-owners-thread.804767/ http://forum.notebookreview.com/threads/official-clevo-n85xhkx-hjx-owners-thread.804767/ N850HP6 i5-7300hq or i7-7700hq+gtx1060 6gb (aka Sager NP7850, XOTIC G63 Raider, XMG A517) [Dimensions:378 x 267 x 29,9 mm (W x D x H) / Battery:62Wh / Weight: 2,50 kg with battey] Official Thread http://forum.notebookreview.com/threads/thoughts-on-np7850-n850hp6.804374/ Review https://www.notebookcheck.net/Schenker-Technologies-XMG-A517-Clevo-N850HP6-Laptop-Review.234200.0.html P650HP3 (P651HP3) i7-7700hq+gtx1060 3gb / P650HP6 (P651HP6) i7-7700hq/i7-7820hk+gtx1060 6gb / P650HS (P651HS) i7-7700hq+gtx1070 (aka Sager NP8156, Sager NP8157,XOTIC G65 Raider, XMG P507, Schenker Compact 15, PCSpecialist Defiance III) [Dimensions:385x271x25mm/29mm (W x D x H) / Battery:60Wh / Weight: 2,80 kg with battey] Review http://www.tomshardware.com/reviews/sager-np8156-gaming-laptop,4954.html https://www.notebookcheck.net/Eurocom-Sky-MX5-R3-i7-7820HK-FHD-Clevo-P650HS-G-Laptop-Review.229236.0.html http://forum.notebookreview.com/threads/sager-np8157-clevo-p650hs-g-review-by-htwingnut.801138/ Official Thread http://forum.notebookreview.com/threads/official-clevo-p65xhs-g-p65xhpx-g-sager-np8155-np8156-np8157-owners-lounge.801201/ P950HP6 i7-7700hq+gtx1060 6gb /P950HR i7-7700hq+gtx1070 Max-Q (aka Sager NP8950, Sager NP8952, ONE K56-7P ) [Dimensions: 380x249x18,55 mm (W x D x H) / Battery:55Wh / Weight: 1,90 kg with battey] Review http://forum.notebookreview.com/threads/sager-np8950-clevo-p950hp6-review-by-htwingnut.805339/ Official Thread http://forum.notebookreview.com/threads/official-clevo-p950hp6-sager-np8950-owners-lounge.804747/ _______15” LGA CPU________ N350DU/N350DW (aka EUROCOM Commander, Schenker Dock 15, Nexoc B519) [Dimensions: 382x259.5x32.95 mm (W x D x H) / Battery:62.16Wh / Weight: 2.5kg kg with battey] Review https://www.notebookcheck.net/Nexoc-B519-Clevo-N350DW-Review.157564.0.html https://www.notebookcheck.net/Schenker-F516-Flex-i5-6400T-Clevo-N350DW-Notebook-Review.160681.0.html W650KJ1 (W651KJ1) gtx1050 / W650KK1 (W651KK1) gtx1050ti (aka Notebookguru Guru ICE K Extreme, Nexoc G522) [Dimensions: 374x252x31.8 mm (W x D x H) / Battery:48.84Wh/62.16Wh / Weight: 2.5kg/2,70 kg with battey] Review http://forum.notebookreview.com/threads/clevo-w650kk1-cooling-system-reviews.802390/ N650DU (aka Schenker Office 15) [Dimensions: 374x263.45x32.5 mm (W x D x H) / Battery:62.16Wh / Weight: 2.70 kg with battey] Review http://forum.notebookreview.com/threads/n650du-reviews.803292/ N950KP6 Gtx1060 P750DM2 (P751DM2) gtx1060/gtx1070/gtx1080 (MXM GPU) (aka EUROCOM Sky X4E2, Sager NP9153, XMG U507, PCSpecialist Octane III) [Dimensions:386 x 262 x 38mm (W x D x H) / Battery:82Wh / Weight: 3,40 kg with battey] Review https://www.notebookcheck.net/Schenker-XMG-U507-Clevo-P751DM2-G-Laptop-Review.209180.0.html https://www.kitguru.net/lifestyle/mobile/laptops/leo-waldock/eurocom-sky-x4e2-laptop-review-i7-7700k-gtx-1070/ Official thread http://forum.notebookreview.com/threads/official-clevo-p775dm2-3-g-p75xdm2-g-sager-np9152-np9172-wingman-2-0-batman-3-0-lounge.794538/ P750TM gtx1060/gtx1070/gtx1080 (MXM GPU) (6-cores Intel cofee lake cpus) ________17” BGA CPU________ N870HZ i5-7300hq or i7-7700hq +igpu / N870HN i5-7300hq or i7-7700hq+940mx / N870HL i5-7300hq or i7-7700hq+mx150 / N870HC i5-7300hq or i7-7700hq+gtx950m/N870HJ1 i5-7300hq or i7-7700hq+gtx1050 /N870HK1 i5-7300hq or i7-7700hq+gtx1050ti / N870HP6 i7-7700hq+gtx1060 (aka Sager NP5870, Sager NP5872, Sager NP6872, XOTIC G57 Excalibur, XMG A707, Schenker Media 17, Schenker Office 17, PCSpecialist Optimus VIII) [Dimensions:418.5 x 284 x 27.4 mm (W x D x H) / Battery:48.84/62Wh / Weight: 2.85 kg with battey] Review https://www.notebookcheck.net/Nexoc-G739-Clevo-N870HK1-Laptop-Review.211640.0.html Official Thread http://forum.notebookreview.com/threads/official-clevo-n870hj1-n870hk1-sager-np6870-np6872-owners-lounge.801290/ P670HP6 (P671HP6) i7-7700hq/i7-7820hk+gtx1060 6gb / P670HS (P671HS) i7-7700hq/i7-7820hk+gtx1070 (aka Sager NP8176, Sager NP8177, XOTIC G67 Raider, XMG P707, Schenker Compact 17, PCSpecialist Defiance III) [Dimensions:417x287x30mm (W x D x H) / Battery:60Wh / Weight: 3.30 kg with battey] Review https://www.kitguru.net/lifestyle/mobile/laptops/dominic-moass/pcspecialist-defiance-iii-17-3-laptop-w-gtx-1060/ https://www.notebookcheck.net/Nexoc-G734IV-Clevo-P670HS-G-Notebook-Review.197022.0.html Official Thread http://forum.notebookreview.com/threads/official-clevo-p67xhp6-g-p67xhs-g-sager-np8176-8177-owners-lounge.804188/ PA70HP6 (PA71HP6) i7-7700hq/i7-7820hk+gtx1060 6gb / PA70HS (PA71HS) i7-7700hq/i7-7820hk+gtx1070 (aka One GAMING K73-7M) [Dimensions:418.5 x 287 x 24.9 mm (W x D x H) / Battery:66Wh / Weight: 3.40 kg with battey] [4xUSB 3.0, 1xmicroUSB 3.1 (Type-C) combo Thunderbolt3, 2xMiniDisplayPort, 1xHDMI, SD, SDHC, SDXC, miniSD] http://forum.notebookreview.com/threads/pa71hp6-g.806028/ http://forum.notebookreview.com/threads/clevo-pa70hs-g.805708/ _________17” LGA CPU__________ P775DM3 gtx1060/gtx1070/gtx1080 (MXM GPU) (aka EUROCOM Sky X7E2, Sager NP9172, XMG U717, PCSpecialist Octane III) [Dimensions:418 x 295.3 x 40.9 mm (W x D x H) / Battery:82Wh / Weight: 3,90 kg with battey] Review https://www.notebookcheck.net/Eurocom-Sky-X7E2-Clevo-P775DM3-Notebook-Review.178427.0.html http://www.techradar.com/reviews/origin-eon17-x-2016 https://www.laptopmag.com/reviews/laptops/origin-eon-17-x http://forum.notebookreview.com/threads/review-by-iunlock-clevo-p775dm3-sager-np9172-ex76s-bossmonster.797357/ http://forum.notebookreview.com/threads/droidmahns-clevo-p775dm3-sager-np9172-review.795901/ Official Thread http://forum.notebookreview.com/threads/official-clevo-p775dm2-3-g-p75xdm2-g-sager-np9152-np9172-wingman-2-0-batman-3-0-lounge.794538/ http://forum.notebookreview.com/threads/cpu-and-gpu-temperatures-clevo-p775dm2-3-g-p75xdm2-g-sager-np9152-np9172.795772/ http://forum.notebookreview.com/threads/liquid-metal-traditional-paste-clevo-p775dm2-3-g-p75xdm2-g-sager-np9152-np9172.795911/ P775TM gtx1060/gtx1070/gtx1080 (MXM GPU) (6-cores Intel cofee lake cpus) P870DM2 gtx1070 SLI (MXM GPU) MBZ170 /P870DM3 gtx1080 SLI(MXM GPU) MBZ170 (aka EUROCOM Sky X9E2, Sager NP9872, Sager NP9873, XMG U727 2016) Review https://www.notebookcheck.net/Schenker-XMG-U727-Clevo-P870DM3-G-Notebook-Review.173957.0.html https://www.kitguru.net/lifestyle/mobile/laptops/leo-waldock/pc-specialist-vortex-vi-laptop-review-6700kgtx1080-sli/ https://www.laptopmag.com/reviews/laptops/origin-eon-17-slx-10-series http://forum.notebookreview.com/threads/sager-np9873-clevo-p870dm3-quick-review-by-htwingnut.795187/ http://forum.notebookreview.com/threads/evoc-p870dm3-review-by-phoenix.798685/ Official Thread http://forum.notebookreview.com/threads/official-clevo-p870dm2-p870dm3-sager-np9873-np9872-owners-lounge-the-phoenix-2-is-here.794530/ http://forum.notebookreview.com/threads/cpu-and-gpu-temperatures-clevo-p870dm2-p870dm3-sager-np9873-np9872.795771/ P870KM-GS gtx1080 (MXM GPU) MBZ270 /P870KM gtx1070 SLI (MXM GPU) MBZ270 /P870KM1 gtx1080 SLI (MXM GPU) MBZ270 (aka EUROCOM Sky X9E3, Sager NP9876, XMG U727, PCSpecialist Vortex VI) [Dimensions:428 x 308 x 47.2 mm (W x D x H) / Battery:89Wh / Weight: 4.80kg/5,50 kg with battey] Review https://www.notebookcheck.net/Schenker-Technologies-XMG-U727-Clevo-P870KM-GS-Laptop-Review.205392.0.html https://www.techpowerup.com/reviews/Eurocom/Sky_X9E3/ Official Thread http://forum.notebookreview.com/threads/official-clevo-p870km1-p870km1-g-sager-np9876-owners-lounge-phoenix-3-0.800081/ P870TM gtx1070/gtx1080 (MXM GPU) (6-cores Intel cofee lake cpus) MBZ370 /P870TM gtx1070 SLI (MXM GPU) MB Z270 /P870TM1 gtx1080 SLI (MXM GPU) MB Z370 Do you know other clevos? These Resellers make LGA Cpu Delidding: -Obsidian PC (+ Lapping & Polish) -Schenker/XMG -Raiontech -Hidevolution -CEG Hardcore Custom -Laptopparts4less -Dreammachines Do you know other resellers? These Resellers have a custom Bios: -Obsidian PC -Eurocom There Resellers use a Prema Bios (here more infos): -Hidevolution -Avell -Azom Systems -Dreammachines -Clevocenter -Mythlogic -Lpc-digital -Xoticpc
  2. Custom Logo?

    I was exploring the bios (latest) settings of my HP laptop and I found something called 'Custom Logo', when I clicked on it, it said something about drivelock and that it was preventing a custom logo. I wanted to ask where will this custom logo appear, and how do I use it. I want this as my custom logo.
  3. . So I have been going back and forth on what kind of desk to build. I wanted something thin and sleek but also wanted something that would house a watercooled build. I also wanted to do something with RGB lighting (seeing as this is the new craze). I have done some stuff with individually programmable LEDs in the past and wanted to incorporate this into my build using an arduino. I started a desk build a couple weeks ago, got about a quarter the way through it and decided I didn't like how it was coming. It was made of wood and once together and partially painted, did not look like I wanted it to. I then decided to do a render, plan everything exactly, and then build it. I wanted something that hadn't quite been done before. I wanted a shape, design, and setup that was different than everyone else. I believe with what I have planned, this will be so! I have done some custom builds in the past, including another desk, but nothing quite like this one. It is completely from scratch and all made by me. CPU - i7 7800X Motherboard - Aorus X299 Gaming 7 Ram - 3000Mhz RGB Trident Z MSI 1070 Seahawk EK - Will remove the dragon and replace with different design Custom mounted in the desk, not sure it's been done before 32gb RGB Ram - Trident Z RGB Zotac 480gb PCIe SSD - RGB lit, will be custom mounted 2x500gb SSD for games - Brand TBD (Maybe M2) 5tb WD media drive Alphacool 240mm UT60 Hardware Labs 360mm DDC with EK Plexitop EK Evo Supremacy - Nickel EK X3 250ml Res Barrow 12mm Multi Link Fittings Alphacool 90s RGB party lighting - Some cable mod RGB/UV and some adafruit fully programmable LEDs All watercooling and hardware black and nickel or plexi and nickel - No copper UV Coolant Nickel or clear rigid tubing - Maybe!? Spartans FTW! Tossing around ideas for custom mounted temp displays inside the desk. Please note that the plan is to sidemount the GPU and build a plexi shelf to mount it to. I tried making it in sketchup but it wouldnt come out right. This is only thing that will be different. The spartan head and the 3 lines will be all RGB lighting. The max thickness I plan on it being is about 6 1/2" tall.
  4. BUILD IN PROGRESS The build is still in progress. More pictures and information will follow soon. PREAMBLE I always wanted to build a white and green themed PC, which was somewhat of a problem at the beginning due to the lack of white and green components and also low budget. But now I can finally tackle this problem. I won't talk much around this as you're probably more interested into some pictures and specs. If you have any questions feel free to ask, I'll answer them as soon as I can. If there are enough questions comming up I'll add a QA-segment to the post. SPECIFICATIONS Intel Core i7 - 6700K ASUS Z170 Sabertooth S Corsair Dominator Platinum DDR4 2800Mhz 16GB (4x4) EVGA GTX 1080 ACX 3.0 Corsair AX760i Power Supply CableMod Custom Length PSU Cables Paracord White Samsung 850 EVO SSD 1TB Samsung 850 EVO SSD 1TB Samsung 850 EVO SSD 128GB NZXT AER RGB120 Fan NZXT AER RGB120 Fan NZXT AER RGB120 Fan EKWB CoolStream SE360 Radiator EKWB Supremecy EVO Original CSQ CPU Waterblock XSPC Razor GTX 1080 GPU Waterblock XSPC Razor GTX 1080 Backplate Monsoon Hardline Hardlock Fittings (Replaced with EKWB EK-HDC 12mm Fittings) Monsoon Hardline Tubing 10/13mm (Replaced with Bitspower Crystal Link 12/10mm Tubing) Primochill CTR Phase 2 120mm Laing D5 Reservoir + Pump Combo Mayhems Ultra Pure H2O Liquid Mayhems Emerald Green Dye PICTURES More comming soon. Estimated build day: June 15th Update June 21st After having multiple problems with my pump and monsoon fittings I can finally present to you a first sneek peek. I still have to add the green dye and make some slight modifikations, but it is almost done! Excuse the bad picture quality - I'm just happy that I finally got there.
  5. Hello Does anyone knows some custom case manufactures in poland or europe? German or something Price basicly doesn't matter Tnx
  6. Custom anti vibration pad on fans

    Hey I'm replacing my stock s340 case fans with the fractal design r3 silence fans set to exhaust and wanted to make custom anti vibration pads I think I got it but was wondering if I should put some rubber around the border aswell to help air flow and possible vibration from border or is this good enough???
  7. XBOX 360 PC Build

    So I'm building a pc inside an original xbox 360 I wasn't able to fix a rrod on. So far I have all the components on lock: https://pcpartpicker.com/list/tZ3k2R Intel Pentium G4600 MSI H110i Pro AC Gigabyte GTX 1050 ti Crucial Ballistix 4gb DDR4 Apevia 300 watt ITX PSU I've mostly got the layout and the assembly figured out. The big sticking point I'm having at the moment is the dvd drive. I want to keep the system with a functional drive, to keep it as close aesthetically and functionally to an actual 360. I'm no sure if I should get a laptop slimline drive and plug it in with sata, or rig up a external drive with the internal usb connectory. I'll upload some sketches and pictures if there's any interest.
  8. It would be nice to get help on a build that is 1300 dollars or less for a tower and then 200 dollars for a monitor.
  9. This is a do-over from a previous scratch build attempt from a year and a half ago (had a thread at Overclock). I was going to make a custom PC case with dimensions similar to the PS4 (and new Xbox One) console. However, budget problems arose, lost my job so I couldn't finish up as planned. Now I'm going back to the idea and doing some changes to the design. Noticeably missing are the case and GPU since I don't have those yet. The goal here isn't really to have a ultra-powerful build in a very small case. Instead it will focus on a power-efficient mid-tier gaming PC. 150W-200W being the target for power consumption. A major change from the original design will be that it won't have a full PSU inside anymore, but at the same time I'd want to avoid using overly large, bulky power bricks if possible. NFC Systems' S3 Mini and S4 Mini are a big inspiration for this case. But I'll be taking a different approach to construction, and modeling the looks after this custom HTPC case. No outsourcing of design or manufacture will be done here, just with my access to regular home power tools. Current Design Concept Here's an isometric view of the case with one cover panel removed. The cutouts for the GPU and power outlet are in a separate panel made from thinner sheet metal, to make it easy to create. And since it's replaceable with different kinds of panels, it also adds the convenience of custom cable and GPU arrangements. For example, the GPU fan can face outward or inward, and the power outlet could be for a 12v barrel connector or a standard 3-prong power cable. 2nd Design Concept Very first concept Parts used for this build Intel Core i3 4130T Asus Z97I-Plus motherboard GTX 1050 or 1050 Ti SanDisk X110 m.2 128GB SSD 2TB 2.5" hard drive (not yet bought) 8 (2x4) GB low profile Samsung DDR3 "green" RAM Asus Xonar U3 sound card HD-PLEX 160w DC power supply Scythe Kozuti cooler Flexible 16x PCI-E riser Dell Alienware M14x 150w 19.5v AC adapter Now on to the building of the case! ------------------------------ First Attempt I started working on the case over a month ago, first by re-using a previously cut and bent piece. It turns out I don't have a single 36" long sheet, so the frame would have to be made from two individually cut sheets. The sheets are 11 gauge (.090") so they're fairly thick! Two flaps had to be removed (part of the old design) which took longer than expected so there wasn't much time left over to do measuring and cutting on the new design. But I have done all the measurements for the bottom/rear part of the frame. This sheet is 11"x13" in size. The cross-hatched areas will be cut out. Then I used a table saw to score two grooves across the other side, for bending the top flap and back side of the case. ------------------------------ Here are some of the parts that I'll be putting in the case, While trying a cheap approach to lightbox photos.
  10. Boot loop struggle

    So my new pc that I’ve been building for my brother has been boot looping, everything’s getting power, I’ve tried removing gpu, leaving it where only motherboard gets power, used 1 ram stick, switched ram slots, if anyone has any other troubleshooting tips please help, I don’t have that speaker some people are talking about so I’m not hearing any beep codes.
  11. Here we go with another project, this one is really really badass, I found a limited edition case from InWin, the S-Frame, black/gold edition, only 500 pieces produced! Small premise: I bought the case in really worst condition, painted, full of extra holes and damaged, I wanna try to restore this gold piece, it’ll be impossibile to make it same as before, the gold color on the edges and the satin on the front of the case will not be present because I have to repaint it at all but I’ll do my best. Photos of the case soon, there will be a lot of work on it for more: https://www.inwin-style.com/en/gaming-chassis/S-Frame
  12. I’d like some advice for building my first (custom) computer. I have a budget of at most around $1,200 (USD), but if I could go cheaper with as good of performance that would be nice too. I don’t need to buy a copy of Windows because I already have a license of Windows 10 that I can transfer over. I also don’t need a mouse, keyboard, or monitor because I have those already. I currently have a 1920x1200 monitor (Samsung SyncMaster 2443bwx), but I’d like to be able to have the option of upgrading to a better one in the future (also, because of the monitor, I need a DVI/DVI compatible port on the graphics card) For the most part I’d be using the computer mostly for games, and while everything doesn’t have to be ultra graphics, I’d like to be able to go on medium to high settings on games like Cities Skylines and Just Cause 3. I also play quite a few oldish games, so single core performance is important for me. I’ve been looking at the intel i5-7600k or i7-7700k, but I’m not sure if these would be overkill for the types of graphics cards I could afford with them. The graphics card is the thing that I’m most unsure about, I’ve been looking at Nvidia 1050 and 1060s because I know a little about them, but as far as AMD goes I’m clueless. For a case I think I’ve decided on the Phanteks Enthoo Pro ATX Full tower (although originally I’d been looking to use the old case from my old dell dimension 4700 because it has some sentimental value (it was my first computer, and was a good distraction through some hard times), but from what I’ve read that would be a nightmare to complete). I don’t really care about rgb lighting, I don’t mind having it or not if everything else is the same. I would like to have a disk drive and a wifi adaptor (preferably one with an external antenna because the free wifi at my apartment doesn’t have the best strength). I would also like to be able to upgrade in the future if possible, and I don’t really care that much about noise from the computer. I’ve come up with some builds with some of what I’ve learned and any feedback on them would be welcome https://pcpartpicker.com/user/aleksfacco/saved/stfPsY https://pcpartpicker.com/user/aleksfacco/saved/kj68K8 Also, as far as building a pc, I’m competent enough with computers to do anything except for stuff like soldering and things of that nature. The reason I’m updating is because currently I’m using either a dell dimension 4700 from 2005, or a 2015 MacBook Pro (2.9Ghz, it was a gift, also where the windows copy is from), both of which aren’t exactly suited for modern graphically intensive games. Thanks for any help, Aleks
  13. Hi guys. My first post here so I thought I'd make it a good one. It's been a dream of mine to build a reservoir and integrate it into the window of a case for some time. I initially went down the path of having someone else (A very well known custom PC builder with a huge Youtube presence) do all of the design work and production for me, but after waiting nine months with no communication from them except to sometimes reply to an email giving me excuses as to why we'd blown out the initial six-week timeframe, I decided to do it myself. Here is where it all started. This was done up in paint hastily as a way to try and visualise what I was going for. Now, I have some design experience and could have done the next step myself, but as a high school teacher I rarely find the time and since we were in the middle of marking season, I decided to outsource the designing to a fantastic case modder in Italy, FlowMods. He was absolutely fantastic, and offered me a more than reasonable price. From top to bottom it measures at 570mm. Go measure that. YOU SEE THAT?! That's absolutely huge! So, now I had to source the case and acrylic block for machining. The block itself was actually quite cheap, but the shipping. Good lord. It was more than the damn block! And yet, it was still the cheapest option I had. From Sydney to Canberra it cost me $57 to ship it. The block itself was only $45. Here it is, and where it'll be sitting on the case window. My next job was to find a CNC shop with the equipment to machine acrylic this size. I eventually came across a shop called "Devilish Racing", who despite the name mostly built custom equipment for the Australian Defence Force. Naturally, Defence work took priority, so after about two and a half months I dropped by and picked up the freshly machined reservoir, threaded for M4 bolts to hold it to the window and G1/4 for the water cooling connections. He even cut the holes in the window for me, which was nice of him. So that was the easy part. Next came the polishing. This stage took about six hours in total. I needed a few things. 600 and 1200 grit sandpaper. Kerosene. Most people wet sand acrylic with water, but kerosene is more viscous than water, so I drowned my sandpaper in that instead. Learn from my mistakes and work in a well-ventilated area, because I started seeing my cat Naan Bread (Yes that's her name) talk to me about half an hour in. A drill and polishing attachments (Reasonably cheap). Brasso. WD-40. Plastx headlight polish. FW1 cleaning wax. As you can see, the reservoir was quite cloudy from the CNC process. So my first step was to hit it with my kerosene drenched 600 grit sandpaper. This took about an hour. As you can see, it looks much clearer already. Next step, 1200 grit sandpaper and even more kerosene. Another hour :'( The improvement was a bit harder to see this time, but it felt MUCH smoother. After this came the brasso and drill polishing kit. Thankfully this was nowhere near as physically taxing as the sanding and significantly faster. So it looks much clearer now. Brasso is fantastic stuff and was recommended to me by Ross at Devilish Racing (the CNC shop that produced the reservoir). The only problem was that it gunked up the threads. This was something I would have to deal with a little later on. So, this is where I used the Plastx. The reservoir was much clearer already, but still cloudy in some areas, especially those the polishing attachments couldn't reach. I neglected to take a photo of the reservoir immediately after hitting it with the Plastx, but you can see the impact it had in this photo where I'm cleaning out the threads with WD-40. So I found that even though I was doing this part by hand, I couldn't quite clear up the internal corners. I grabbed my Dremel kit and attached the small polishing tools to finish that job. Something I once again forgot to take a photo of. But here is the reservoir after, about to get another hit from some Plastx. As you can see, it's already very clean at this point. Following this, I gave it a final polish with some FW1 cleaning wax. Naturally, I only applied this to the outside. You don't want wax residue flowing through your loop. Here she is, looking crystal clean. Polishing is now complete, thank god. So with the polishing out of the way I now had to measure and cut the O-Ring cord to fit. Please ignore my pyjamas. You can usually use superglue for this bit, but I opted for an O-Ring connecting specific glue (Sureloc SL406 Cyanoacrylate). Here it is fused together. Looks good, hey? Nearly done now. The first step of sealing it up was to bolt down a select few of the screws so that everything was lined up. This is the part where I had to be most careful. If I overtightened a single bolt, the entire thing would be ruined. I set my electric screwdriver to its lowest torque setting so that at the slightest touch of resistance it would automatically stop. I lightly tightened each bolt three times after they had been fully inserted so ensure that there would be no leaks. I cannot stress enough how careful you have to be here. As soon as you feel resistance, move on and come back around to it. After tightening every single bolt in the first pass I found that the bolts I'd first done now needed additional tightening. Here it is all fastened and ready to begin filling for the leak test. SUCCESS! Here she is! Finished at last.
  14. Hey everyone I am looking to build a new machine, i am a web designer and developer but i am going to do more things like streaming and some media creation overall. I will play games but nothing crazy they will be 1080p games. These are the parts that i was thinking or something like this. Any feedback is appreciated. PC Partpicker: https://pcpartpicker.com/list/sYFVkT Newegg wish list: https://secure.newegg.com/Wishlist/SharedWishlistDetail?ID=1NbKHJQHZWz6wUrg7giTxw%3d%3d Parts: CPU: AMD - Ryzen 7 1700 3.0GHz 8-Core Processor ($289.79 @ OutletPC) Motherboard: MSI - B350 TOMAHAWK ATX AM4 Motherboard ($70.98 @ Newegg) Memory: Team - Vulcan 16GB (1 x 16GB) DDR4-2400 Memory ($134.88 @ OutletPC) Storage: Samsung - 850 EVO-Series 250GB 2.5" Solid State Drive ($98.94 @ OutletPC) Storage: Samsung - 960 EVO 250GB M.2-2280 Solid State Drive ($116.98 @ Amazon) Video Card: Asus - GeForce GTX 1060 6GB 6GB Turbo Video Card ($274.75 @ OutletPC) Power Supply: EVGA - SuperNOVA G2 650W 80+ Gold Certified Fully-Modular ATX Power Supply ($89.99 @ Amazon) Total: $1076.31
  15. 1960s PC

    Finished 1960s inspired desktop case, hand made by me! What do you think? I'd love some feedback
  16. Hello LTT forums, this is my first post for my first ever PC build, not great at being wordy, getting down to business: I am building a high end mini Itx enthusiast PC, not sure what it will be used for yet, just kind of enjoying spending my life's savings building this cool little machine. The whole point of this build is to make a powerful water cooled overclock-able system in the smallest and/or coolest and/or most unique form factor that I can make. I will be using a combination of stainless brush finished steel and borosilicate (pyrex) glass. I have a few different design options in mind, but still have no written/drawn designs yet as I don't yet have my water cooling loop, and want to visually see how everything fits together, plus procrastination. If anyone has any input, tips, design theme ideas, or any suggestions, I would be most obliged. Thanks for reading, mkeras The 'interesting' parts. Since I took the picture a couple days ago I have changed the 16gb 2400Mhz vengeance lpx RAM to G-Skill 32gb 3200Mhz RAM. CPU air cooler was just to test the system before water cooling it. Made the test bench myself out of UHMW plastic using water jet machine and undersizing the holes slightly to be able to put screws in without having to tap them, turned out fairly well for the amount of effort put into it %85 complete part list, still have to decide on some minor parts such as extra radiator and fans, fittings, etc. https://ca.pcpartpicker.com/list/D9mwQV
  17. Is it bad idea to turn my old crappy laptop into a desktop? HP Compaq - Presario CQ42 Specs: • Intel Pentium P6200 2.13GHz (2 Cores) • 2GB RAM • 300GB HDD • 1366x768 Display • VGA / HDMI • 3 USB 2.0 Ports Issues: • No battery. Use charger to turn on. • DVD Drive is broken. • 1 USB Port isn't working. • One vertical line of dead pixels on the right corner. So instead of selling my old crappy laptop, I'd like repair it and make it better But unfortunately, , this laptop can't run Windows 10 properly. Is there a usable OS that runs good for this kind of specs?
  18. Wooden Case

    Hello all! I am a hobby woodworker and pc enthusiast. I love itx form factor. I saw the wooden case Linus recently review that was $499 for just the case. I believe I can make a similar wooden case but with better features at a cheaper price and all with quality hard woods (at least with two base models using walnut and maple with accent features in different woods later on). Would there be anyone interested in that and maybe potentionaly buying one? Thanks, Art
  19. Bloody B820 w/ Custom Keycaps?

    Hi everyone! This is my first post here on the LTT forums. I usually google a lot of my questions that I ultimately can't find an answer for myself, but I've run dry on this one. Long story short, I've been looking for a new keyboard, and I've been rather intrigued with the Bloody B820. The idea behind the keyboard interests me, with it's apparent LK Red Switches, and how it boasts an astounding .3ms response time. I'm rather new to the entire keyboard modding scene, so please go easy on me . I've gathered that the LK switches are ever so slightly different compared to the regular Cherry MX switches. I don't want to waste my time, and money finding out what I plan on doing is incompatible. Bloody B820 with Double Shot PBT White Translucent Keycap set from Vortex. (which are normally for Cherry Mx's) Will this combination work? Thank you bunches <3
  20. I live in usa wisconsin. I ordered 2x 8pin PCI-E Sleeved Cable Extension , 2x 6pin PCI-E Sleeved Cable Extension , 1x 24pin Sleeved Cable Extension , and 1x 8pin EPS Sleeved Cable Extension . Theyre all custom all dark grey sleeves. Order was placed September 10th(2017) and its the 20th. Status is still in "awaiting fulfillment". I left them an email on monday night around 6-8 pm and its wednesday Sept 20th 5pm but no replys yet. This is my first time ordering from mainframe and im still waiting. Good thing I didnt pay $30-60+ days for them other shipping options!!! If customized order usually takes longer then I will give them another chance and will wait patiently.
  21. Boot/BIOS issue

    Hey, My computer turns on (shown by all my blue ledness) but doesn't even go into BIOS or boot... or anything. I've used different cables, different output types (DVI, HDMI and VGA), used three different WORKING monitors and to no avail. I have also tried using a Radeon HD4650 and integrated graphics. Specs: Intel i5-2400 Antec A30 CoolerMaster Masterbox 3 Lite ASUS P8B75-M LX PLUS GALAX GeForce GTX 1060 (not bought yet, also don't tell me about bottlenecking because I'm upgrading in future) Deepcool DE-580W PSU some random optical drive I got from an old computer 1TB Seagate internal HDD 120gb SSD (not bought yet) Windows 10
  22. So I built a desk pc, based off linus's build. But instead of custom loop liquid cooling, i stuck with the stock air cooling. You can see the build log here: Now the problem I'm having is one of all the extra space on the left hand side. The side that linus has all the water cooling parts. Originally I had planned to build a storage server or stream pc on the other side, but now, I don't know. I pivoted my business so I no longer need the stream pc, and so far in the last 5 years, the 2tb hdd I have plugged into my router has been more than adequate for my storage needs. I'm kind of at a loss for what to do on the empty side. I'm kind of thinking of putting my network equipment in there, but I'm not sure. Does anyone have any suggestions?
  23. Hey guys im currently putting together parts for a custom build and i have been trying to perfect it for a little while and one of my last issues is the cooler. my pc will be using an i7-7700k overclocked up as high as i can get it. im not going with the full tube and reservoir set up and just want to use an AIO. My pc case is gona be the corsair crystal 570X (yes i know people will be recommending the meshify C, but please dont bother, ive made my mind up on the issue). the case supports a 360 radiator in the front. Due to my graphics card clearance, i can either put a 240mm AIO with a push pull configuration, or a 360mm on standard configuration. will one give me much higher overclocking headroom than the other? the AIOs i was debating between are NZXTs kraken series or corsairs AIO coolers. thanks for all help in advance
  24. Hey guys & gals. First topic I'm making here! Just finished making myself a Backlit Keyboard Clock. I like it but I think I should have used diffused LEDs for the backlighting as the current ones seem a bit blinding and can make it difficult to read the time. Maybe if I try again I'll do it as I do have some diffused green LEDs. Anyway, thought I'd share it with you all. (Currently being held with with my helping hands as a stand, actually quite like it.) EDIT: Thanks for moving to the correct board. Wasn't 100% sure when I posted.
  25. Hey guys, I've recently gotten into trying out using plexi and spraypaint to make some custom accents and deco for my rig. In this case, I'm making a backplate for my GPU (An MSI Armor 1070 OC). I'm wondering if anyone has any suggestions about putting spraypainted plexi so close to a $400+ video card. I have friends who are asking me to make some for them and I enjoy making them, but I don't want to fry their hardware. The Plexi is coated on both sides with spraypaint, then I attach rubber "feet" that are about 1/8 of an inch thick or so. They backplate just sits on the GPU, no real attaching mechanism. Here's a glance of what I made, if you're curious. The real question here is if Spraypaint is conductive, and if I'm risking them brushing some metal while putting it on the gpu and turning a ton of money into a paperweight. Thanks in advance guys!
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