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    HoganKevin8997 got a reaction from ShinRamen in First PS4 PC   
    I built a PS4 PC
     
    Hardware list
    AsRock H97M-ITX/ac
    CPU: Intel Core i7-4770T 2.5 ghz 4 cores 4 threads and can turbo boost up to 3.7ghz  with hyper threading
    GPU: Gigabyte Geforce GT 1030 GDDR5 2 GB low profile with
    PCI-E Express 16x 90 Degree Adapter Riser Card For 1U Computer Server Chassis
    16Gb DDR3/DDR3L 1600 ram patriot ram
    Athena Power Flex 500 ATX modified , i shortened the 24 pin connector to fit and took the power supply out of its case. 
    2 separate solid state drives San disk Ultra II 480GB because there really small when you take them out of there case and a PNY 480GB SSD Drive giving the system a tb of storage space
    Windows 7 64 bit installed and fedora
    1 24v noctua fan on top the case linked to a step up converter running directly off the pc power supply and a 72 watt step up converter
    1 110v thermOcool fan on top of the of the power supply keeping the psu cool running off the wall outlet.  I added 1 other fan just to offset a power surge problem and i added a switch panel but it look better without one in the beginning but for the sake of upgraded the gpu to card that had a fan i had to remove the power plug witch originally i had mounted on the bottom of the case.  It looks like a ps4 from 1 side at least. 
     
    Case mod ghetto style home done...
    Cut the bottom out of the PS4 or a square section out of the PS4 then , Take a square piece of plexi glass from home depot and try to make a cut or perfect square to match the size of the ps4 bottom.  Then Paint a border on it and rivet it onto the ps4 bottom.  Take the PS4 center plastic piece and gut it out.  Then glue it into the bottom for stability because there is nothing left.  Make all your mounts for the pc components on the plexi glass piece.  thats how i did to get enough room to fit the components inside cause there is no height with the PS4 and the hardware is still relevant so its hard to beat it.  But my ps4 ghetto pc beat both the ps4 and ps4 pro in bench mark scores with Geek bench 4.  here is the links
    https://browser.geekbench.com/v4/cpu/15242133 , https://browser.geekbench.com/v4/compute/4733216, https://browser.geekbench.com/v4/compute/4733213,https://browser.geekbench.com/v4/cpu/search?utf8=%E2%9C%93&q=DG1000FGF84HT,https://browser.geekbench.com/v4/cpu/search?utf8=%E2%9C%93&q=DG1307SML87IB
     






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    HoganKevin8997 got a reaction from Letgomyleghoe in First PS4 PC   
    To build one that looks just like a ps4 normally would cost alot more money you would have to do some sort of laptop or mini desktop pc but i wanted to put a regular desktop power supply inside cause i like beefy power supplies plus i really like to recap power supplies
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    HoganKevin8997 got a reaction from Letgomyleghoe in First PS4 PC   
    I put rf and emi filters on everything too I put 2 of them on the system so the 110v is filtered 2 times before it gets to my power supply There ugly but there good for protecting the components.  I had to buy 2 of those motherboards because they fool you with that solid aluminum design crap, Cause the first board i got died probably because of bad caps rated too low.. The capacitors on the board were rated at 2.5 volts aluminum polymer.  I put regular low ESR capacitors on the motherboard that did the trick the second time around with this mother board.  I also had 1 power supply stop working while trying to shorten the rails down on the powers supply by removing them then cutting the wires down then soldering them back in.  That made this build get much more expensive but originally it would have been pretty cheap to do this. You could build this machine with a lower quality power supply and a lower quality processor and save a bundle like 400 or 500 or 350 $ if you wanted.  
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    HoganKevin8997 got a reaction from Donut Dan in First PS4 PC   
    I built a PS4 PC
     
    Hardware list
    AsRock H97M-ITX/ac
    CPU: Intel Core i7-4770T 2.5 ghz 4 cores 4 threads and can turbo boost up to 3.7ghz  with hyper threading
    GPU: Gigabyte Geforce GT 1030 GDDR5 2 GB low profile with
    PCI-E Express 16x 90 Degree Adapter Riser Card For 1U Computer Server Chassis
    16Gb DDR3/DDR3L 1600 ram patriot ram
    Athena Power Flex 500 ATX modified , i shortened the 24 pin connector to fit and took the power supply out of its case. 
    2 separate solid state drives San disk Ultra II 480GB because there really small when you take them out of there case and a PNY 480GB SSD Drive giving the system a tb of storage space
    Windows 7 64 bit installed and fedora
    1 24v noctua fan on top the case linked to a step up converter running directly off the pc power supply and a 72 watt step up converter
    1 110v thermOcool fan on top of the of the power supply keeping the psu cool running off the wall outlet.  I added 1 other fan just to offset a power surge problem and i added a switch panel but it look better without one in the beginning but for the sake of upgraded the gpu to card that had a fan i had to remove the power plug witch originally i had mounted on the bottom of the case.  It looks like a ps4 from 1 side at least. 
     
    Case mod ghetto style home done...
    Cut the bottom out of the PS4 or a square section out of the PS4 then , Take a square piece of plexi glass from home depot and try to make a cut or perfect square to match the size of the ps4 bottom.  Then Paint a border on it and rivet it onto the ps4 bottom.  Take the PS4 center plastic piece and gut it out.  Then glue it into the bottom for stability because there is nothing left.  Make all your mounts for the pc components on the plexi glass piece.  thats how i did to get enough room to fit the components inside cause there is no height with the PS4 and the hardware is still relevant so its hard to beat it.  But my ps4 ghetto pc beat both the ps4 and ps4 pro in bench mark scores with Geek bench 4.  here is the links
    https://browser.geekbench.com/v4/cpu/15242133 , https://browser.geekbench.com/v4/compute/4733216, https://browser.geekbench.com/v4/compute/4733213,https://browser.geekbench.com/v4/cpu/search?utf8=%E2%9C%93&q=DG1000FGF84HT,https://browser.geekbench.com/v4/cpu/search?utf8=%E2%9C%93&q=DG1307SML87IB
     






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