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Hi, everybody!

My name is Pavel, I'm from Russia

This year I conceived a case based on the CS:GO game. namely the in the form of the famous C4 bomb.

 

Hardware:

Asus  H11oM-R

Intel Pentium G4400

Patriot Viper 4 Elite

GeForce 1030

CoolerMaster I70C

PSU FSP

SSD Crucial BX500

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From the metal base and the case of the power supply, I cut off the excess and combined them.

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Added an aluminum corner for attaching the top cover.

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I cut out a piece of aluminum composite and marked it up for milling.

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After milling, the sheet looked like this

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I removed the excess parts and fastened them from the inside with the help of corners.

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It's time to paint the metal part of the case.

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After the paint dries, I put the power supply board in its place and check the performance of the unit.

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And I put the rest of the components together.

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In the upper part of the case, I cut out the holes of the fan and fasteners.

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Created and printed a large sticker for this project

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I put a sticker on the top cover

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On the back side of the base - also a sticker

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I cut the numeric keypad out of the phone.

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The base for the buttons and the screen I made from a board from an old computer.

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The output to the screen is provided by the arduino mega

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The control module is ready

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