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Elementality Pico Pc

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j0h    0

Mounted

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I made the bracket to close the case.

The bracket was mounted on the back of the case

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and I painted the top panel

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Here it is the case with the panel mounted

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Is not finished yet

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Night_Flyer    0

Hey

Perhaps telling use what you still have to do would be nice, cause for me this is already looking pretty nifty. I must say if this was for sales I might consider buying it for my mediacenter.

Keep up the good work

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j0h    0

Thank you very much.

actually you are not the first to tell me, maybe some day be mass-produced: D

So here it is a photo of the inside of the case, note that the fan on the heatsink will be replaced with the Cooler Master fan that i've posted some days ago.

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I made the bracket to close the case top.

The bracket was mounted on the back of the case.

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and I painted the top panel like the bottom panel

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Here it is the case with the panel mounted, is not finished yet, details are still missing and some surprises too :D

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Unfortunately, these photos were taken with the phone, so quality is not high.

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j0h    0

:mrgreen::mrgreen::mrgreen::mrgreen::mrgreen::mrgreen::mrgreen::mrgreen::mrgreen::mrgreen::mrgreen::mrgreen::mrgreen::mrgreen::mrgreen::mrgreen::mrgreen:

And now ... The Elementality Pico Mouse

Initially it was like this:

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And had a blue LED

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Now it has red LED

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Now it is:

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I will mod a Cooler Master mouse

:mrgreen::mrgreen::mrgreen::mrgreen::mrgreen::mrgreen::mrgreen::mrgreen::mrgreen::mrgreen::mrgreen::mrgreen::mrgreen::mrgreen::mrgreen::mrgreen::mrgreen:

The two fans used in this photo aren't from Cooler Master but will be replaced soon

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Thanks for watching. I will post final photos too with Cooler Master's fan instead of this.

Probably it's not beautiful like other case in this forum but I like it :D and I'm so satisfied of it because is all made by me using only the Dremel

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j0h    0
joh you are great, this is a wonderful project, congratulations, I like very much :D:wink:

Thank you my friend :D

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PaPang    0

Ahhh, so very small and cool looking, a plus for any living room or casual computing as you said. Congratz on some great mini-mods like the psu (clever), and showing what can be done with modest tools, inspiring for the hobbyist here.

Picos are not for OCs (that I know of) or high fps in a demanding game but are some of the most compact and energy efficient systems available. It could set me down another modding path once I get over my gaming phase which is still going after almost 20 years. Best of luck!

Ciao, Cheers and Saludos

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