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Hello everyone,

I'm new to the forum but have really enjoyed all the other people and amazing build.
I own my PPG (PindaPowerGamin) Corner Desk mod and I like to share it with you.

It begin with all the (extra) stuff form all the hobby projects. The desk was to small and room expansion is not that easy :happy9:. So when it begin to be a but pain problem, I decide to make my first modding build.
After looking at other mods, I found that the "desk mod" are the most beautiful and practical. So it became my goal to build a desk that fit in my room. With some online idea's, is came-up and designed a desk that would be housing two computer in somewhat limited place. With the move of the computers, I would create more working space and many future projects.
No time for waiting, let's check out the progress. :happy1:  :happy1: 
Old desk
The Design

Sneak-peak result

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1. ‘Main-PC’ (left-side)
Intel I7-4770K
Asus Z87-Deluxe
ATI R9 290X
2 x Kingston Fury Black 8GB
M4-CT128M4 SSD 128GB
Western Digital WD10EADS HDD 1TB
2 x Liyama LXB2483HSU-B1
Cooler Master V series 850 ATX23 (Full-modulair)

2. ‘Server-PC’ (right-side)
AMD Athlon II X4 640
Asus M4A78LT-M
Samsung Spinpoint M8 500GB
Kingston KVR13N9S8H/4
Cooler Master Silent Pro M2 850W/1000W

3. Accessory
Logitech G400S
Cooler Master Speed-RX Large
Razer Kraken 7.1

4. Water cooling stuff
EK-FC R9 290X – Nickel
Koolance Drain Valve 10mm (1/2 OD)
2 x Akasa 5-poorts ventilator cable
6 x Bitfenix Spectre 120mm rood led
10 x 10mm 1/2OD - G1/4
Alphacool VPP655
Bitspower Water Tanks Z-Multi 150
DangerDen DD-M6 Brass CPU Block
EK-Coolstream PE 360 Radiator
Feser Tube UV
2 x Lian Li PW-IS40AV85AIO I/O-panel
Mesh panel

First Day

I now that I here not stuff to make most off the parts. So with some consultations off friends, I found a company that could make all the aluminum parts. The down side was that there machines can't make the part in my dimensions. So they helped my to change the plans a little bit.

One off the changes was that the separate parts that are 'glued' at the bottom. The rest will stand in right position by small block on the upper-plate.


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The components are in, YES. Now everything is in, I'm going to make holes. So I can test if everything fits, to be anodized and put together.

The stuff are in:



Let’s put the part together




With some extra holes for the I/O panel




With some extra stuff



Now the for this result, part by part






The CD-ROM is this temporary


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I received all the part back in one nice black color. It’s looking beautiful.

As you can see in the photos, I didn’t make my own desk-legs. For the chassis I wanted to use my old office, but I didn’t know what I would find beautiful.


Beside the legs, they’re going to be a glass plate. The choice was to place it on or under the desk. These picture are to show my testing method :happy3: :happy3: :happy3:



The choice has been made to get a big glass plate on top of the desk, rather than under the desk. So I'm going to arrange/buy the glass plate and continue the assembly to complete the desk.

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It is now visible how the project is getting its final shapes. Meanwhile I made same holes in the bottom plate for the desk, to attachment the legs.

The legs have been shortened, sanded and painted black. Its looking a lot better.





Now getting the hardware to fit in, cutting the tubes and getting to continue on the other side. After that is the leak test.


After some time I decided that I didn’t like the screws/bolts, so I colored it black. IT’S LOOKING SO NICE. See if you can find the screws/bolts :)


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