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Posted · Original PosterOP

Nice bends, I'll be trying hard tube for the first time in a few weeks here. I also really like your acrylic logo's there, I can see the one with your name on it. :)

 

haha thanks, thought i would stick my name/ logo on this one :D

tip with the hard tube, I wasn't heating it for long enough on the 1st bend, when you think its ready give it another 30secs or so & it will bend a lot more easy :)

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Holy crap dude, your work is amazing, keep it up :D.

 

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yeah this was a thought, but not too keen on the coupled carbons, I also have to cut back on my spending atm :(

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Going to be a busy week, wife due to pop any day now, more packages have arrived that i've been eagerly awaiting 
so I can get to work on the internal panels & logos.
 
during the past week I started painting my nutz & remote for the desk lifting motor, painted now so there nice 
& hard ready for when i pick the speaker housing finish & fit the glass top.
 
 
 
 
 
Same finish as the desk, matte black
 
 
 
 
 
 
also did the top shelf lighting, using strips & 2 other types of single LEDs on the desk.
on the shelf I now have chaser lights 10 pin & standard 5050 4 pin LEDs,
this gives me hundreds of lighting options & also means I'm able to have chasing lights 
set to any shade I want while also having a second light pulsing or one of the other options.
 
 
The only downside is, I needed to solder 54 points just for the shelf :(
 

 

I see an instrument cluster of sorts in the corner of that screen... What game were ya playin lol


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On 2/26/2019 at 2:37 AM, campy said:

when my girlfriend comes over and sees my dining room and kitchen counters covered in pc parts from pre 2006 she immediately takes off her clothes

nothing sexual, she just doesnt want the nerd dust on her clothes 

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Posted · Original PosterOP

Damn just damn

 

Damn, thanks man!

 

 
Project cars too!!!! You da man!
 

 

I love my car games/sims, & this baby is soo nice in 4K, TBH was great at 1440p also :D

 

Holy crap dude, your work is amazing, keep it up :D.

 

 

Will try mate, thanks :D

I see an instrument cluster of sorts in the corner of that screen... What game were ya playin lol

 

ITs Project cars, but just a screenshot that I now use as the desktop :)

 

Where can i get those Silencio FP 120 fans from tho

whereabouts are you?

I seen them on lots of PC online shops in the UK, but not sure about the rest of the world, can ask for you though

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Cooler Master found me to be using an older CM PSU as the power source for my LEDs, 

Motor & other none main PSU dependant parts, so kindly offered me a nice new G750M

 

This will be more than enough for my setup & can even act as a power source for a 3nd/4th GPU 

should I add them later down the road.

 

so the main PC parts are running on the V1200 & extras run from the G750M.

I also got my hands on some other CM parts that I plan to breakdown & use on the desk

 

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Fitted the RAD covers & added some independent RGB lighting to them

 

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Both the PSU's are going under the right side of the desk on the top shelf, 

this is so they have some fresh air & dont add to the temps inside the main part

of the desk,

I can also get to them more easily should I need.

 

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Installed the main power on the back wall under the desk in the center, this is also so I can get to it easily.

 

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Breaking down some of the PSU housings so I can use the badges on the RAD covers

 

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just a quick test fit to see how they looked so not stuck on 100% correct, decided to blackout the outer circles   

 

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Think they look better now

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in this pic you can see some of the internal panels have been covered with black leather (flux)

have never seen anyone do this before so thought it would make a nice change :)

still lots more to be done to the panels though.

 

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Started to mod the 2nd Phobya Fan Controller, removing the white print, changing from blue to red LED & adding a new logo.

 

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Still loads more to do, but with some luck I hope to have this completed within the next 4 to 5 weeks or maybe sooner :)

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I think it's pretty funny that you got all those power supplies just to get the logo off of them.


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You know, if you don't need those psu's after you get the logos of them, I could always do with one. haha  :lol:


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Posted · Original PosterOP

I think it's pretty funny that you got all those power supplies just to get the logo off of them.

 

I only have 2 PSU's (fully working) the others are shells, Im also using more than just the Badges ;)

 

You know, if you don't need those psu's after you get the logos of them, I could always do with one. haha  :lol:

as above, sorry i only got the 2 I need :(

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I only have 2 PSU's (fully working) the others are shells, Im also using more than just the Badges ;)

 

as above, sorry i only got the 2 I need :(

 

Wow, that's still 1950W of power! How much does your system actually use, or is it just for pure overkill. I'll probably just get Silverstone 500w psu for my build anyway.


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Wow, that's still 1950W of power! How much does your system actually use, or is it just for pure overkill. I'll probably just get Silverstone 500w psu for my build anyway.

no dont need all that power, my systems main components use around 850/950W, not tested under overclocking though

with HDs & other bits im close to 1200w or more, so added a second PSU to control the lighting, motor & some other none important parts.

also good to have the extra power available should I add another card or change my setup 

 

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Things are calming down a bit here now so im continuing with the lighting, 

I've now moved on to the logos & some internal lighting..

 

Also now covered all the internal panels with leather, the leather is in keeping with the overall look of the desk, 

not too shiny (glossy) yet still able to reflect some light in the places I want.

 

 

This is the main right side cover, hole for the lift & square cut for the pump

 

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Having 2X ASUS ROG logos, 1 per side that will be RGB lighted, Red & white main, & then the full RGB options should I fancy a change :)

 

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This is one of the HD covers, will also be RGB lit

going at the back of the desk above the MB.

 

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This is one of the bigger logos, my own, will also be RGB controlled & im going to trey blend it in best I can.

 

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Thats all for today as im needed for daddy duties :D

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Wow! Can you show me how you do your lighting cause it looks great? I want to do something similar but have no idea where to put the leds.


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Man, this is looking awesome, keep it up.


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Posted · Original PosterOP

Wow! Can you show me how you do your lighting cause it looks great? I want to do something similar but have no idea where to put the leds.

thanks mate, its mostly RGBs & there all mounted now, all was done slightly different, it depends on the materials its shining through or reflection of.

i.e the DeBlow logo has the LEDs around the back of the plexi facing sidways, the ASUS has the LEDs about 10 CM back from the logo

 

Keep up the great work, man!

 

Thanks :)

Man, this is looking awesome, keep it up.

Im on it, thanks :)

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Hawt.


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On 2/26/2019 at 2:37 AM, campy said:

when my girlfriend comes over and sees my dining room and kitchen counters covered in pc parts from pre 2006 she immediately takes off her clothes

nothing sexual, she just doesnt want the nerd dust on her clothes 

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Building it out of MDF, have fun moving that. Looks good so far though.


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Building it out of MDF, have fun moving that. Looks good so far though.

right thats what i was thinking and plus it will damage easy and if any water get on it.... man i cant even think.....

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right thats what i was thinking and plus it will damage easy and if any water get on it.... man i cant even think.....

 

It's easy to work with though, and if painted well moisture shouldn't be an issue, certainly not for a computer desk, which shouldn't be placed in moist environments anyway. 


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right thats what i was thinking and plus it will damage easy and if any water get on it.... man i cant even think.....

 

its sealed with MDF sealer & primer & 2k paints on top of that, its more water/damp proof than a candle lol

not that i have any damp problems in my computer room, as its always warm with the window open 24/7

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Building it out of MDF, have fun moving that. Looks good so far though.

 

haha, thanks.

not been hard to move, 2 man team can easy move in & out the house as has already been done, & I can lift the parts alone if needed but not move far by myself ofc :(

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