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my ITX builds

Discussion in 'Small Form Factor and Single Board Computers' started by duniek, 22 Oct 2009.

  1. duniek

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    In this thread I will show my projects about mostly ITX cases, but also I will make mATX, SFF in future too

    GALLERY

    ITX 1 (185x185x70mm)
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    ITX 2 SLIM (180x185x46mm)
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    ITX 3 (with slim DVD optical drive) (200x200x100mm)
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    ITX 4 (for 1U psu)
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    mATX 1 (for 1U psu)

    ION 1 (195x195x60mm)
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  2. Tr Insanity

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    Great stuff , the last case looks great :)

    Any info on the hardware inside these ?
     
  3. duniek

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    generally I use zotac itx mobos (630i/9300), intel 45nm dual core cpus (e5200 mostly)
    normal ram 2 or 4gb, and I have cheap source of picopsus + ac/dc adapters so I use picopsu 120 + ac/dc 102W powerbrick
     
  4. Ducky Spud

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    Those all cases you've made yourself? They look great haha. Any photos of the inside of the second one? The slim? Can see the mobo through some of them but strugling to see where you've managed to fit the HDD and such :p
     
  5. mjones1

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    I love all the work you do, your waterblocks are always amazing.
     
  6. RJC

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    Looking good :)
     
  7. duniek

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    yes
    I made all cases by myself I mean autocad project + co2 laser cutting
    itx2 slim is for my use
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    2,5" hdd is fit above as chipset heatsink but actually I dont close panel of case bcoz I using 2,5" scythe quiet drive for 500gb hdd so its below case

    on cpu I have asus glaciator cooler from 9600gt + plexi custom mount for 775 socket, also I moded a little picopsu 120W (just cut cables and soldered to second side of picopsu pcb's
     
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  8. Ducky Spud

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    Looks great, a proper tight fit!! And yea, guess it would have to be a 2.5" drive, definately no room for a normal sized one in there haha.

    Do you sell these on then or just make them for yourself for a laugh? Could get a nice little business going, I'd definately consider one when I finally get round to building a mini itx system
     
  9. duniek

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    I made two for my self and rest for my friends :D
    but no problem to make for anyone custom case :)
     
  10. SBD

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    Maybe you should upload some of your case designs, I'v always wanted an itx case :p
     
  11. Saundie

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    I am most envious, this is something I've always wanted to do but lack the equipment and skills to do it. What material are they made out of?
     
  12. Moeks

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    I like itx3, looks a lot like it was built into a psu :) ...I think the ION one with the Nivida logo on the side looks great too, nice work.
     
  13. duniek

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    all cases which I made for now are from 3mm thick plexi
     
  14. NoobieOCer

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    any chance telling me where you get your pico psu + adapters from?
     
  15. duniek

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    yes, but wil be not helpfull to you, bcoz I bought psus bundle from one company from my city ;)
    they have order for 100 pieces but customer back outfrom deal and they want sold it fast so I grab all rest which was not sold - 70 pieces total
     
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  16. Guardsmon

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    Hi Duniek, a friend of mine showed me your cases a while ago now. I think they are fantastic, very nicely put together. Wish I had the time and skill to make a case similar to any of these. Welcome to OCuk forums btw.

    You might want to remove that pricing from the thread, admins are tight on things like that.
     
  17. duniek

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    I am using itx2 slim now but I have buyer for it I will move to matx build but I am waiting for pico psus
    today I mount glaciator on cpu
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  18. dtokez

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    nice work mate
     
  19. duniek

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    ATOM case for intel atom board (D945GSEJT)
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  20. 3t3P

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    are 'pico' those tiny solid-sate PSU's I heard about a few yrs ago? like matchbox sized PSU's?!