I like this kind of computers, from the outside looks normal but in the inside it's a beast Posted on May 22, 2023 by Anonymous I like this kind of computers, from the outside looks normal but in the inside it's a beast
A case you imbecile
They call those sleeper builds
I like them
Sleepers are cool. I love seeing those crazy server set-ups made out of paper clips and tenacity.
Sleeper builds are damn sick.
If the day comes where I have plenty of disposable income and time I will for sure build those for fun.
Make it so basic that It sounds like a jet engine when you turn it on. Make your neighbors hear it.
You don't need basic if you want that, you need high end Delta fans.
Video related. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lR2_7jNy6TU
That was loud? Am I going deaf?
Anon that was just one fan. Here's what an entire case sounds like.
I love jet engine sounding pcs, so I might just.
I love the deafening sound of a 1u server turning on.
Exactly. Slap a couple of Delta THA1248BE on that bitch and watch it fly.
>love the deafening sound of a 1u server turning on.
The only way that case will cool modern hardware is with loud fans or water cooling.
I wanted to do that with my first PC
I stopped being transgender.
maybe stop being such a retarded moron in your life.
My grandma died.
Now I'm sad
She'd want you to build it, dumbass.
That's a case. Get a cheap case or take an Office PC and use it's case
>his case has 5.25" bays
You will own nothing.
I'm still using the same Full Tower case computer I built back in 2013. I'm very much looking forward to making a sleeper/compact build for my next PC.
Definitely do that. I lugged this beast of a full tower around for almost a decade before I decided on a mid tower for my latest build.
This case has soul. Far more than modern gaymer cases. I bought Pic related because I was tired of the RGB monstrosity I created.
This is the biggest problem with sleeper builds. These cases were meant to house an office PC, not a high end 2023 gaming rig. You have to do some creative case modifications to keep your components from thermal throttling. Drilling out a spot for a fan at the bottom of the case is usually your best bet.