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I made a thing [x-post from forum.cubers.net]
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[SORRY FOR THE 5x COMBO POST]
I was limited to 10 pics per post but there is a damn bug that counts the pics this way: amount of pics = (amount of pics * 2) + 1

Long story short: Some years ago, my NES died and I kept it, just in case. About 3 weeks ago I decided to build a decent computer into the case, it mostly became possible because of the skylakes with low wattage and integrated GPU since the the NES case has an inexistant airflow.

I answered a lot of questions and gave extra informations about it here: Imgur link and here: r/pcmasterrace/ so don't ask where the PSU is please.

And yes, it runs AssaultCube, probably 10 of them simultaneously.

Finished product:
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The parts
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#2
Here is the case I used

Quickly mounted everything the first day and installed W7pro

First case modifications

The plan

A big hole in the bottom of the case
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Making the woodplank fit

The hole in the woodplank

Backplate hole is perfect

Some O-rings to avoid twisting the plastic case while screwing the wood plank

Adding a motherboard holder + custom SSD holder
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Rearanging the wires for the LED, power and reset buttons

Cutting, adjusting and placing the fence

Screwing the cable port on the woodplank
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Placing parts

When you open it

Hope you enjoyed. Wink
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#6
Hah, thats cool. Surprised just that bottom hole gives enough airflow given the fact that everything is above it.

* Ronald_Reagan tries to find the PSU like it is a wheres waldo game.
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#7
LMAO

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Here is the picture of the PSU, half external it's exactly what I needed for this build, and this is the most powerfull PSU of this kind.
http://www.quietpc.com/images/products/p...onents.jpg
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#8
Very cool. All my nerdy co-workers gave a thumbs-up as well.
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#9
Thanks :D
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#10
Haha, I was wondering if it had a box on the outside!
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