CYBERJUNKPROJECT | DIY Setup Room Project
Thank you for visiting my "Junk" setup. This is the last post of my second setup room, CYBERJUNKPROJECT. This October my setup will dismantle because I will move to a new house. So for the memories ill posting my all photos on Scooget. Watch my video room on Youtube here:
Recently, I made a custom pc case that resembling a book. It's absolutely nice to look and when you put it on the book shelf, you can't really tell that it's actually a pc. Also, when you put other books with it, it camouflages really well. I have a video on youtube on how I made this pc book case.
Here's the link if you're interested:
YES, I know what you're thinking, the heat! Since this build is very compact and small, the main issues will be the airflow and heat management. The solution is to open the top cover when using it allowing the heat to be released directly to the open air. This pc mainly for web browsing and probably some light office works - no games or overclocking.
Anyway, I have tested the temps and the results are also on another video that I posted on youtube:
This is my £2000 PC Setup I've been working on it for over a year now and I feel like I have nearly done everything I'd like to do on it. I use it mostly for games but do some CAD and college work on it.
The screen on the left hand side is a 27" curved 240hz 1080p screen and the right hand side is a 4k 60hz screen.
I'm a fan of Corsair products as you can see.
On the right hand side beside the PC I have a LCD coaster I made over the last month or so, one of a kind was a fun product and looks really good.
Upgrades in the future: Gaming chair white and black and some desk top accessories.
Let me know what you think.