Has nice glow in it! (think those dual matrixes make it)
I'm baffled though, where's the pc in the second image? That small box on the left certainly isn't the one above!
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My PC is located behind the wall in my over size walk in closet,that small box is my 12" sub woofer for my surround system, all my wiring feed through the wall down below and hookup to the pc that is on a tv stand along with my stereo receiver, which is also my speaker system for my room/PC. This way any heat that is given off is in the closet, not my room. PS I have an AC vent in the closet so it does still stay cool.
Last edited by got3n; 2012-04-26 at 07:05 PM.
Getting the cables to look "right" was a *insert bad word* pain. Took me a good 3 hours to just manage the PCI-E, 24-pin and the 8-pin cables.
Last edited by Marest; 2012-04-26 at 07:52 PM.
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Couldn't you wrap them in some very thin fabric (something like muslin or fine cotton, or even tights nylon)? That would diffuse the light, making it softer and more uniform. And because LEDs don't emit heat, it wouldn't be a fire risk.Hehe, so do I. I did buy a LED strip and some single LEDs that I might play around with, but in the end I'll most likely skip them. There are some faint red LEDs in the fan controller that look extremely sleek.
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Haven't been around in a while, but I recently took a swing at the MiniITX platform. Primary function will be HTPC, but it will double as a small travel friendly workstation. I'm going to Vancouver in a couple of weeks, so I figured now was a good time to build something like this!
Silverstone Sugo SG05B Chassis w/ basic 350W PSU
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When I go to Vancouver, I am nabbing the GeForce GTS250 from my office workstation to use in it, moving my GTX 560Ti from home to the office in case anyone needs to use that machine, and leaving my home tower off, I guess. I'm kind of regretting not going for the 450W version of the Sugo, but at the same time, fitting the 560Ti in that little case might be more trouble than it's worth.
I'll have more pictures later, when I nab the GTS250 this weekend to test fit it and get it running.
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