DIY Computer Case - The Ultimate Silent PC (CLOUD UNIT)

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  • Fortie Cat
    Fortie Cat 2 дня назад

    You look like Ramsay Bolton from Game of Thrones

  • krishnam kothari
    krishnam kothari 2 дня назад

    Bro plz tell me the overall price of this gaming pc diy perks

  • the Librarian
    the Librarian 4 дня назад

    most of the guy in comment saying water cooling is better at keeping pc cool but he already said he wants to experiment it and literally have fun with it...

  • Raphi Seth
    Raphi Seth 7 дней назад

    best setup i have ever seen

  • Denny
    Denny 9 дней назад

    2:19 good stuff, a-hole on the back

  • Михаил Динев
    Михаил Динев 9 дней назад

    cool, just don't get killed by the PSU when cleaning it! OMG!!!

  • unit_511
    unit_511 17 дней назад

    Its genius

  • Akhil Mulpuri
    Akhil Mulpuri 20 дней назад

    Am i the only one who thinks he looks like theon greyjoy

  • Julie Clark
    Julie Clark 20 дней назад

    Finally, a case built for function, not show.

  • ShakiR AhmaD
    ShakiR AhmaD 23 дня назад

    I like this case

  • Shortbread Head
    Shortbread Head 23 дня назад

    I'm not sure what age you are, but somewhere between 14 and 40...

    • Shortbread Head
      Shortbread Head 23 дня назад

      also, this was made in 2015, still better looking and more powerful than anything apple is doing to date, and at a fraction of the cost, because obviously you don't need cheap chinese labour and tax dodging to make a good powerful unit :)

  • Gerald Pasion
    Gerald Pasion 26 дней назад

    I wonder what you and Linus Tech Tips will do for a colab.. ;)

  • someonewho Cares
    someonewho Cares Месяц назад

    Could use soundproofing foam and lose the cloth Matt, it would look better and more professional. Overall the Case is amazing that you constructed ...
    www.walmart.com/ip/48-Pack-Acoustic-Panels-Studio-Soundproofing-Foam-Wedges-1-X-12-X-12/104299859?wmlspartner=wlpa&selectedSellerId=5220&adid=22222222227067913385&wmlspartner=wmtlabs&wl0=&wl1=g&wl2=c&wl3=172821188121&wl4=pla-308115582124&wl5=9015351&wl6=&wl7=&wl8=&wl9=pla&wl10=113842187&wl11=online&wl12=104299859&wl13=&veh=sem

    • someonewho Cares
      someonewho Cares Месяц назад

      Also, I think the Foam is fireproof by default what it's made of wont burn! :)

  • Arian Chandler
    Arian Chandler Месяц назад

    Looks like dusting it would be a pain...

  • charmedbygalss25
    charmedbygalss25 Месяц назад

    i think i know how to make him swear give em some hot spicy curry up his nose n watch him get real :))

  • El GuGi
    El GuGi Месяц назад

    please make a vid porting a optical drive of a noteboook to a pc plissss

  • allluckyseven
    allluckyseven Месяц назад

    Carbon fiber is for Matt as woodgrain if for Clint.

  • shane beasley
    shane beasley Месяц назад

    wow, exposed power supply.... thats not the safest thing in the world

  • MANGO
    MANGO Месяц назад

    dude this looks dope but i am broke lazy and incompetent ._. damn it

  • desepticon4
    desepticon4 Месяц назад

    A slot loading optical drive would have made more sense. Or no optical drive. They're pretty useless nowadays.

  • Gabi Koonings
    Gabi Koonings Месяц назад

    It's a crappy solution, but it's a brilliant solution.
    It's crappy in that this is not of great use as a standard with the towels. Good rubber/silicon supports for mounting the fans etc. would be better. And is doable.
    The top orientation of the motherboard is not even a bad idea. Eveery case will have to become a bit bigger overall, to keep some space open for cables to be able to have a little lead space, let alone that quite a few people first have an adapter from one type to another before actually getting to the cable which adds space requirement.
    Some of these things can be fixed with extension cables (as partly done) that could go to the back. For audio cables and network and mouse and keyboard that will almost never be needed, mostly it's just the video cable, which should happen less and less to be honest.
    But, all the extra extension cables would add quite a bit of extra cost.
    The air flow idea is pretty sound, and it works, the biggest problem is with mounting the GPU cooling. It's heavy. Real heavy. And big. Bye bye SLI.
    This could be fixed with a new mobo layout. Which is unlikely, but maybe not a bad idea.
    Think about it. Just make a motherboard oriented left to right, cpu on one side, with expansion slots still at the right, but down to up oriented, so they do not share airflow. Most expansion cards will not generate too much heat, so you might still mount those under the CPU. I would however move the videocard specific slots, let's just say 2, with some space for how thick they can be, on the right.
    This will still be a bit of a bitch, either you mount them above one another (need a long flexible SLI cable, which does most likely not effect performance since even PCI slot extenders only start giving trouble after meters), but they'd share airflow.
    Side mounted would mean a VERY deep case because of the giant cooling block. You could have muchos heatpipes come up from the videocards, so, towards the side of the case i mean, making the case a little wider, although you'd have quite a bit of room to play with.
    It may very well work, but it would mean designing a complete new motherboard layout, not just form factor, but completely different layout, and the same goes for the vid card layout, especially seen the cooling. Which would need some support structure for the coolers, which needs new standards, which means there would be limited options for the vidcard makers to place their GPU's or cooler manufacturers may need to change a specific cooler with several layout depending on the vidcard manufacturers and the way they place their GPU's.
    It's a shit storm.
    But, it does work.
    I'd like to see more of this sort of thing, change the standard of everything to the new thing. It's just layout, not the tech.

  • 1980subhas
    1980subhas Месяц назад

    thanks for another great case. I tried to move my old laptop to custom case but failed to boot my laptop without connecting internal display cable, it just doesn't boot with external monitor. I have Dell Inspiron N5030.

  • Mik3
    Mik3 Месяц назад

    Very cleaver simple design. I managed silence by water cooling and removing my HDD from the case, Its in my wardrobe with a 2M sata cable going in to the back of my PC

  • Sohaib Gill
    Sohaib Gill Месяц назад

    smart boy with handsome face

  • Andrew Jones
    Andrew Jones Месяц назад

    I like this build however be nice to see a mini computer version of this like the revo or own design

  • SpicyAl3000
    SpicyAl3000 Месяц назад

    mad skills mate :)

  • Luca Matteo Barbieri
    Luca Matteo Barbieri 2 месяца назад

    flamable

  • Adonis cmj
    Adonis cmj 2 месяца назад

    It is neat and all, but not very practical. Most will never be able to put this size of cooler on their GPU. My GTX1060 founders card never breaks a sweat and I have never heard the fan, so I doubt most will need this, unless you are OC the GPU to the max, most will never notice the fan. If I were super worried about it, I would cool it with Freon.

  • Ryan McCardle
    Ryan McCardle 2 месяца назад

    I like your idea, however I am concerned about heat with the fire hazard with the Power Supply, and the overheat issue with the Smaller HDD in the Pocket near the Cpu. These can cause issues for sure.

  • Martin Ocando
    Martin Ocando 2 месяца назад

    There is an advantage of using a good air system instead of water cooling, and you kind of mentioned it, but didn't made it very clear. With water cooling, the only components actually getting cooled are the ones with the sinks connected to, on which a typical water cooling system comes with sinks for the CPU and GPU. Although, you still need air cooling for the rest of the components. With the fully air system, everything gets cooled down.
    BTW, you do look like Theon Greyjoy LOL

  • TheLoon508
    TheLoon508 2 месяца назад

    will order 2

  • TheLoon508
    TheLoon508 2 месяца назад

    ok how much and when can i get it

  • LanceX
    LanceX 2 месяца назад

    No tests?

  • Filip Tarczewski
    Filip Tarczewski 2 месяца назад

    Really cool!

  • Rajesh Raghavan
    Rajesh Raghavan 2 месяца назад

    Super........This guy is really creative

  • Clarissa Hill
    Clarissa Hill 2 месяца назад

    this is awesome

  • XxX xLastInLinex         XxX
    XxX xLastInLinex XxX 2 месяца назад

    Awesome build! you did an amazing job covering all aspects. I love the sound damping and the oversize gpu heatsink. The case looks phenomenal as well and the icing to the cake with the whole thing was the backup switch for the 1TB hdd.. SOLID! cheers.

  • Paolo Dino Oddone
    Paolo Dino Oddone 3 месяца назад

    just... great!

  • WasteOfSpace
    WasteOfSpace 3 месяца назад

    Why not just put the computer in the fridge? You get your drinks and your computer at the same time? You don't need a case, just mount the parts on the back wall of the fridge.

  • Stephane Simard
    Stephane Simard 3 месяца назад

    You could save yourself some sound dampening and therefore some excess heat by using an SSD instead.

  • Cullen Tortoise
    Cullen Tortoise 3 месяца назад

    or... you know..... watercooling?.... no?.....

  • KoalaTea Guy
    KoalaTea Guy 3 месяца назад

    It looks like an Xbox 360 on steroids lol. Awesome build!

  • Charles Dickens
    Charles Dickens 3 месяца назад

    Nice dude!!! I appreciate your work! I have silenced my GTX 690 with Arctic Twin Turbo III. Gaming is no more disturbed by Computer noise.
    We can sleep with our NAS in our sleeping room.
    All HDDs are attached with rubber band and this was the one and only noise Factor. 8 x 8 TB with 7200 RPM too much vibration but with rubber band zero noise emission. CPU and PSU no noise emission of the cooler. I use 5 140mm Fans with 600 RPM to keep the disk under 36°C without cooling they get 43°C and above. Fans also are detached by rubber band from the case.
    My Wooden Computer mini ITX with the GPU in it have custom size to let the Arctic Cooler IIi fit into minimal space case. The GPU runs at 57°C max under Full Load. CPU 3770K runs at 3.6 GHz and gets 47°C max under high load. SSD gets around 26-47°C depends on usage.

  • Егор Митрофанов
    Егор Митрофанов 3 месяца назад

    You are Genius!

  • The Funky Gamer
    The Funky Gamer 3 месяца назад

    wauwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwww superrrrrrrrrr cool

  • Maxim Dietz
    Maxim Dietz 3 месяца назад

    I use watercooling and just have an enormous radiator for the cpu/gpu.

  • Lonzo Da Man
    Lonzo Da Man 3 месяца назад

    That's totally thinking around the corner. I like it!

  • Jay D
    Jay D 3 месяца назад

    Be aware your house might burn down 😂😂👍🏻 class build!

  • axe316 Mariusz
    axe316 Mariusz 3 месяца назад

    Good idea, nice work !

  • Viemos em paz - Geek channel
    Viemos em paz - Geek channel 3 месяца назад

    Great video! Great job!

  • Mike Teo
    Mike Teo 3 месяца назад

    4:45 I respectfully disagree. Modern graphics cards made by reputable manufacturers will have a quiet and efficient fan. Some even have a Zero fan mode those times when the card is not put under load.

  • Piragix
    Piragix 3 месяца назад

    did you wrap the harddrive in towels? you know it's gonna burn down your house right?

  • Azzoz Good Reviews
    Azzoz Good Reviews 3 месяца назад

    Why not go to computer case factory

  • David Boucher
    David Boucher 3 месяца назад

    Caviar Green Drive; replace it! There were issues with the Greens failing...

  • shalin pather
    shalin pather 3 месяца назад

    I think you should have used a standard layout and liquid cooling setup How on Earth can you upgrade the GPU in that case?

  • Reilly Jensen
    Reilly Jensen 4 месяца назад

    This is a beautiful case and machine but there is a huge problem. That open power supply is extremely dangerous. Even if you turn off and unplug it, the capacitors can store a lethal amount of charge. Be very careful about ever touching that area of the machine.

    • Jonas Arvo
      Jonas Arvo 3 месяца назад

      He said that he isolated the lethal capasitori, he's an electric engineer. +This shit was posted already moron 🚼🚼

  • Castielz
    Castielz 4 месяца назад

    YOU, my good sir, are a genius!

  • Kyle Draper
    Kyle Draper 4 месяца назад

    Since you do interesting builds. Might you consider a custom gaming laptop build?

  • regon schultz
    regon schultz 4 месяца назад

    Mind = blown! This is ingenious!

  • tenshi7angel
    tenshi7angel 4 месяца назад

    I would have gone with a big liquid cooler at the bottom of the case, and then cpu and gpu connected to that. Then moved air intake and outtake through the case as per normal, but on the quiet side.

  • WatchMeSayStuff
    WatchMeSayStuff 4 месяца назад

    The case around the power supply isn't so much due to safety concerns but to meet FCC regulations. The actual RF noise produced by a power supply isn't enough to concern the consumer, but the FCC has very strict standards that manufacturers have to meet.

  • Victor England
    Victor England 4 месяца назад

    The case is meant to be cooler. Not the guy. Why is he speaking like this?

  • Lasse Reinlaufen
    Lasse Reinlaufen 4 месяца назад

    What heatsinks did you use? I cant seem to find anything in the price range (100GBP for the whole case, wich is 20 in fans and at least 30 for the material, wich means 25 for each heatsink).The closest thing I found in half an hour is the "Megahalems".

  • Wil Ma
    Wil Ma 4 месяца назад

    cool stuff =)

  • Lord Aceldama
    Lord Aceldama 4 месяца назад

    wait.. ..how does the computer dismount the backup drive before you press the backup button again? (as in cut the power to the hdd)

  • MorKrau
    MorKrau 4 месяца назад

    How much did the material cost?

  • TinyRoboticPiggies
    TinyRoboticPiggies 4 месяца назад

    Matt. PLEASE contact Linus Tech Tips to do some sort of collaboration, maybe get in on the next scrapyard wars?!

  • Pitbull Gamer81
    Pitbull Gamer81 4 месяца назад

    That thing is so ugly

  • SinglePlayer BR
    SinglePlayer BR 4 месяца назад

    +DIY Perks why don't you adapt the original GPU Cooler adding the monster cooler to it? usually the GPU cooler has more contact and takes heat out of more than one component of the board, using the old contact with the new cooler wolud give a better looking and more eficient build? why not try it out?
    About the power suply: its not the high voltage the most concerning thing; the capacitors are usually the most dangerous thing to fail there and the problem is not only the towels, but the proximity to the motherboard, would not be better to put it in a separate bay under those fans for safety?

    • Lasse Reinlaufen
      Lasse Reinlaufen 4 месяца назад

      you cant just stack a CPU cooler on top of the GPU heatsink. The cooling area of the original cooler is too small to make a difference anyways.

  • victor vic
    victor vic 4 месяца назад

    Nice person and nice skill of DIY Things

  • Brandon Swanson
    Brandon Swanson 4 месяца назад

    I'm not arguing that there's a fire hazard, that's stupid. What I am concerned with is the static electricity.

  • corentin legrand
    corentin legrand 4 месяца назад

    Cheese chemical land vggplu gene dry.

  • Don
    Don 4 месяца назад

    What software is doing the backup?

  • Kenny S
    Kenny S 4 месяца назад

    you have a great voice and a way to explain things. I love the "out of the box" ideas for the case (excuse the pun). I always wanted to make a silent case.

  • TheWraithkrown
    TheWraithkrown 4 месяца назад

    Awesome video. You have a real talent for innovation.

  • Krzysztof Mądry
    Krzysztof Mądry 5 месяцев назад

    just WOW

  • othman yaseen ali
    othman yaseen ali 5 месяцев назад

    heh when you look the pc case you say its really nice when look at hardware in it you say fuck

  • Catsplosion the Wolf
    Catsplosion the Wolf 5 месяцев назад

    DERP

  • abhishek gourav
    abhishek gourav 5 месяцев назад

    this won't happen...confidence 😂

  • Mr. Pajamas
    Mr. Pajamas 5 месяцев назад

    You could manufacture these professionally

  • Yan Ling Tan
    Yan Ling Tan 5 месяцев назад

    omg take my money, help me build it :O this is such an amazing experiment!

  • Marco  Sierra
    Marco Sierra 5 месяцев назад

    my computer sounds like a jet engine and thats just fine with me

  • Y M
    Y M 5 месяцев назад

    You look so nice when you smile

  • nx123 4
    nx123 4 5 месяцев назад

    matt, how's the PC doing as of now??
    I watched it when u uploaded the video.

    • DIY Perks
      DIY Perks  5 месяцев назад

      +nx123 4 oh it's fine - used daily actually.

  • John Smith
    John Smith 5 месяцев назад

    What kind of short circuit protection do you have on the DC output sockets?

  • Kaspar Kesamaa
    Kaspar Kesamaa 5 месяцев назад

    my pc sounds like a fucking dishwasher from 1889

  • geekbot
    geekbot 5 месяцев назад

    ever think about making a mark 3?

  • Phillip Brunsdon
    Phillip Brunsdon 5 месяцев назад

    have you thourght about doing a DIY Perk on creating your own vinyl record player?

  • Daily Hacks
    Daily Hacks 6 месяцев назад

    I would of just placed the way you would normally place a mobo and water cool it so the video card is already blowing air up and the radiator for the cpu can be placed at the top

  • Joni Subroto
    Joni Subroto 6 месяцев назад

    Immediately subscribe!

  • TjornSTELLAR
    TjornSTELLAR 6 месяцев назад

    dude what about the dust.......

  • Vladislav Nichik
    Vladislav Nichik 6 месяцев назад

    As we (russians/ukrainians) say about this: "Хороший колхоз." :)

  • Greg Allison
    Greg Allison 6 месяцев назад

    I just commented on your video for recycling a laptop screen into a second monitor. Really cool. Can you design an All in One PC using a recycled Laptop screen? Including touchscreen capability? And so I can choose my own motherboard, RAM etc? REALLY want to be able to essentially build my own laptop in that manner. You only have to add a wireless keyboard and mouse and whalaa a laptop and large tablet in one!

  • Evil Bastard
    Evil Bastard 6 месяцев назад

    I've had flames coming out of the back of a faulty power supply, before, sir, and I'm also an electronics technician, so yes, I'm going to tell you that you're running a bit of a risk, there, kiddo. There's a reason we don't stuff fabric and flammable items into a breaker box. that's also one of the reasons I'll only buy from PC Power and Cooling from now on.

  • Matheus Moreira
    Matheus Moreira 6 месяцев назад

    8:10 _Your computer is going to catch fire and burn your house down, because it's not gonna happen._ Hey! Wait a sec...

  • Antony Cheung
    Antony Cheung 6 месяцев назад

    why not use ssd for less noise?

    • Lasse Reinlaufen
      Lasse Reinlaufen 4 месяца назад

      SSDs were rather expensive 2 years ago. Nowadays, SSDs are the only logical choice for such a system. The laptop drive did a rather nice job for the time.

  • NocturnalLunacy
    NocturnalLunacy 6 месяцев назад

    Looks like an old moo cow gateway computer case

  • Carl Poppa
    Carl Poppa 6 месяцев назад

    that's actually a really cool backup feature

  • KMPuter Tech Supplies
    KMPuter Tech Supplies 6 месяцев назад

    Sticking the HDD between the towels? isnt that going to make your HDD really hot.. really really really hot?