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ROG Connect Hidden Drawer PC
by liquidarchon
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Description

I wanted too start using ROG connect on my machine but I didnt like having too have a laptop taking up room and being bulky so I got bored and decided to take apart one of the old AMD computers I have had laying around for 8+ years and mount it into a drawer in my desk and so I did :) here's the finished product!

Part List
Details
AMD Sempron 145 2.8GHz Single-Core Processor
CPU Clock Rate2.8GHz
CPU Temperature While Idle-
CPU Temperature Under Load-
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Zeus [1 Build] 5 points 4 months ago

Awesome! Would you mind explaining ROG connect to me?

 
 
RyneSmith [2 Builds] 3 points 4 months ago

It's basically a being able to control/oc your hardware at the hardware level through bluetooth level from what I've quickly read

http://rog.asus.com/tag/rog-connect/

 
 
liquidarchon [Submitter] [7 Builds] 3 points 4 months ago

Rynesmith is correct, what makes ROG connect different is that you can overclock just like you can in the bios while the computer is running

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Zeus [1 Build] 1 point 4 months ago

Thanks.

 
 
talby [8 Builds] 4 points 4 months ago

Awesome idea, my only recommendation is get some grounding wire and connect them all together, the PSU chassis, hdd cage and one of the mobo screws hooked up so the have common ground (usually the metal case provides this)

use these type of connectors, they work great, just be careful on the mobo connection.

http://www.123rf.com/photo_19796746_electric-cables-with-insulated-ring-terminal-lug.html

cheers

 
 
liquidarchon [Submitter] [7 Builds] 1 point 4 months ago

Hmm, doesn't the power cables ground them all too the wall?

 
 
talby [8 Builds] 1 point 4 months ago

Yes, the chassis / earth ground is more for static discharge. I always put a ground strap on external (out of case) test builds out of paranoia :)

 
 
Electrospeed 3 points 4 months ago

I'm waiting for the picture of your desk on fire :P

That's pretty cool!

 
 
RyneSmith [2 Builds] 2 points 4 months ago

Very cool, +1

 
 
daes79 [3 Builds] 1 point 4 months ago

What OS?

 
 
liquidarchon [Submitter] [7 Builds] 4 points 4 months ago

XP 32 bit

 
 
rsaj 1 point 4 months ago

How many gigs of RAM?

 
 
liquidarchon [Submitter] [7 Builds] 2 points 4 months ago

512mb

 
 
godshawk 1 point 4 months ago

Back from when that was more than enough.

 
 
canders [6 Builds] 1 point 4 months ago

Lots of room for cable management. Need to add some fans next. :) +1

 
 
liquidarchon [Submitter] [7 Builds] 1 point 4 months ago

Fans are actually mounted in a cut out in the back of the desk

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username22 1 point 1 month ago

This is an awesome idea. I'm thinking of building a drawer PC too. By far the most creative build I've seen here so far.