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  1. Don't review anything, build! I want you to build a computer in a suitcase. I already did it, as you can see my entry video, but I want to see what design you come up with because I'm sure it would be more put together and professional. That way when I make a version 2 I can copy off you lol
  2. #outofideas...... lol someone has to say it
  3. i dont have any pics but i entered the contest with my diy case. heres the vid.
  4. Im still constantly refreshing for a message saying i won because someone never responded haha. I want to see who beat me and find out what they were looking for in a winner!
  5. lol i could probably make that happen if i didnt build it yet. maybe one day i can afford the razor orbweaver!
  6. lol naw, i wont be able to sit down for weeks after that search. If i can afford to go on a trip il leave it home. atleast 3 times aweek my friends and i meet up and play games. i cant afford a laptop so i turned my build into something more portable.
  7. I hope this is the right place to post this but since i actually have video of my build since i made a video for the contest, i want know what you guys think? my main problem is keeping the lcd together so i can pop i out and move it closer to my face. as you ca see things fall apart back there and hot glue just keeps loosing its hold, what other cheap thing can i use to hold it together? also the gpu isnt bolted down so it moves around while i take it to my friends, how could i keep it bolted down or something? also i would like to install a mic (not usb, just using a mic jack) that isnt terr
  8. You dont have to be any age or even a student to walk into a community college computer lab. And its easy to learn adobe premier! (it should be on any school computer) I've never touched that program till last night when i watched a 20 min tutorial video and my submission isnt too bad.
  9. #ROGrigreboot Here is my submission for the rig reboot contest. Thanks to my friend nick for letting me use his room, video equipment, and adobe premier skills.
  10. t the asus ac55 is pretty new and a really good one, why wouldn't that work?
  11. So I have had this problem before and it got solved. https://www.reddit.com/r/Windows10/comments/69vzqy/how_can_i_get_my_usb_wireless_adapters_to_work_in/ I made a second PC build with the same mother board (Specs: MSI H81i / 8gb of ram / gtx 670 / Corsair SFX 600w) My second pc build is inside a suitcase for Lan Parties. I have 2 usb Wifi adapters (Netgear n3100 and Asus ac55) Last time I had this problem someone linked me to the right driver and everything started working properly. So since I'm using the same motherboard and usb devices I thought I could just go back to that link from that o
  12. So I have had this problem before and it got solved. https://www.reddit.com/r/Windows10/comments/69vzqy/how_can_i_get_my_usb_wireless_adapters_to_work_in/ I made a second PC build with the same mother board (Specs: MSI H81i / 8gb of ram / gtx 670 / Corsair SFX 600w) My second pc build is inside a suitcase for Lan Parties. I have 2 usb Wifi adapters (Netgear n3100 and Asus ac55) Last time I had this problem someone linked me to the right driver and everything started working properly. So since I'm using the same motherboard and usb devices I thought I could just go back to that link from that o
  13. So I have had this problem before and it got solved. https://www.reddit.com/r/Windows10/comments/69vzqy/how_can_i_get_my_usb_wireless_adapters_to_work_in/ I made a second PC build with the same mother board (Specs: MSI H81i / 8gb of ram / gtx 670 / Corsair SFX 600w) My second pc build is inside a suitcase for Lan Parties. I have 2 usb Wifi adapters (Netgear n3100 and Asus ac55) Last time I had this problem someone linked me to the right driver and everything started working properly. So since I'm using the same motherboard and usb devices I thought I could just go back to that link from that o
  14. So I'm building a desktop PC inside a briefcase. I have all the parts fitted to the bottom part of the case. But I want to protect the parts some how. My original idea was to get a sheet of plexiglass / acrylice, cut it up to the sizes I needed then drill holes in it for air circulation. But I bought some and couldn't cut it at all, I bought a cutter and cut it just like all the YouTube tutorials but it would never cut out straight, it would just shatter into pieces no matter how deep I cut it before trying to break it apart. Is there any type of material i could use that's alot easier to work
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