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Featuring a GTX 1060 upgrade: http://imgur.com/gallery/epKcK
I like that it's in a cardboard box and yet it has more care and clear effort put into it than some of the higher end builds on this site that are ten fold the price.
I tip my proverbial cap to you, sir.
Only took me 3 hours in the middle of the night.
Pls Feature this
Plus 1 thou :)
What about that window though.
Rgb or kick
5000/10 Cardboard sheets.
I have to admit, I've never seen that mATX case before. Was the packaging good on your case?
Yeah it came in a nice metal box.
Oh nice, that box might make a great case.
Points for the cable management.
I like that, great job
Nice Man +1
LOL THIS IS SO DUMB BUT SO FUNNY AHAHAHHA
By far one of my favorite builds lol. Have you used it yet?
Just a test boot, everything works fine and the combination of the dual 120mm intakes and small case cases great temps.
I really wanna try doing something like this. It's really cool to see unique and inventive builds. Good job!
+1, one of the best cardboard pcs that i have seen.
i was gonna do this to save money but then i realised buying a case fan is like ten dollars id emd up paying case price lmao
I also added a GPU: http://imgur.com/gallery/epKcK
Is there any fire hazard threats?
Nothing more than normal cases. the cardboard isn't just going to catch on fire.
awesome build lol
I think too much if the PSU exhaust is covered. Can you cut out more for warm air to get out?
I guess so, but the fan doesn't spin up anyways so yeah.
Try making an ATX computer out of a plastic bin :)
Or just get a bigger box :)
+1 for cable management. how did you tuck the wires in the cardboard?
First picture, top right: NEW LOOK
I guess it is
Amazing creativity! +1
this looks neat as
Thanks, for some reason everyone freaks out about cardboard box setups. I got these boxes free at work and everything I had was already owned. I used my G2 because it was the easiest to take out of my computer and was easy to cut holes with because it doesn't have wires. I was going to grab an SSD to throw in because these hard drives are cancer for windows, but I was too lazy. I added a GTX 1060: http://imgur.com/gallery/epKcK
Technically this would be the best then: http://imgur.com/gallery/epKcK
I took a cardboard box, this one was a paper box from staples, then cut it down to size to fit all the components nicely. I cut out a motherboard sized piece of cardboard and screwed standoffs into it, then screwed the motherboard in. Then I cut out a space for the rear IO, then screwed in fans, then cut out a circle for the fan. Same thing with the PSU. You really have to play around with it, my first take at it wasn't very well made.
It can be, the creative process is fairly limitless with the cheapness of cardboard and flexibility of the material. It seems to work extremely well for PC components without much hazard.