Building a spectacular DIY 'desk PC' (it can fold!)

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DIY Perks

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Ever wanted to build a PC into a desk but not known where to start? Well, in this project video I'll be showing you exactly how to build a unique folding desk PC that brings LOADS of practical benefits to the table. Enjoy!
The project resources can be found exclusively on Patreon at the moment, simply for ease on my part as I'm still setting up a store. You can sign up, download it, and then cancel if you wish - it's the same price as before: patreon.com/diyperks
Big thanks to the various manufacturers for sending their stuff over for the build...
Alphacool: www.alphacool.com/
Zotac RTX 2080: amzn.to/318b5ni
Burson Audio: www.bursonaudio.com/products/playmate/
Seasonic Power Supply: amzn.to/2WCRNav
Western Digital SSD: amzn.to/2EQofft
Asrock: amzn.to/2EQuNdX
Patriot Memory: amzn.to/313UIZ0

Additional links:
Right-angle hinges: amzn.to/2HUywt0
Capacitive Buttons: amzn.to/2ERnsL1

Kommentteja
Sam Sequeira
Sam Sequeira 7 tuntia sitten
How to build a DIY **DESK PC** step 1:- have money
Graham Webb
Graham Webb 10 tuntia sitten
For those wondering about the wiring of the TTP223 switch - a PC power switch has two connectors (ground and some small voltage, 3.3 Volts on my PC). The circuit is 'active low', which means that when the two contacts are made, the switch operates by pulling the small voltage down to ground. The safe bet is to use a relay, but you don't need it. Solder pad A on the TTP223 so it goes to ground when the switch operates, and connect that to the 3.3V side of the PC switch. Connect the TTP223's ground to the other side of the power switch, and connect the TTP223 supply pin to the power pin of a spare onboard USB port. Since the USB provides 5V it means the output pin of the module sits at around 4V (0.7V higher than my switch) when not in use, so I added a diode facing the TTP223 between the switches 3.3V and the TTP223 output, just in case the motherboard doesn't like being pushed up to 4V. No relay, just three pieces of wire and 3 DuPont connectors.
Langalibalele Mtimkulu
Langalibalele Mtimkulu 13 tuntia sitten
bring on the chiller
Jai Dosajh
Jai Dosajh 2 päivää sitten
Doesn't the elastic nature of the suspenders hinder the rotational movement of the components. Dont the fans need a solid grounding to spin at the most optimum speeds? I could be wrong but I was wondering about it Despite all that, awesome job 👍
Theodor Danilov
Theodor Danilov 4 päivää sitten
Imagine this thing but with 6 monitors and rgb lighting.
Phil Galati
Phil Galati 4 päivää sitten
Matt you and this project were amazing. I have seen many people design and present a building video for the project. You are by far the best I have ever seen. your studio is perfect the colors and project are a great match. Your workmanship is such high quality l don't think l could match it. There is much much more that can be said, l think i'll end this right here. Keep up the great work l really enjoy it.
Keez x
Keez x 7 päivää sitten
you shouldnt hang hard drives .. they need to be hard mounted since they have moving parts and can cause serious issues if they vibrate freely
PlayTime
PlayTime 8 päivää sitten
I wonder what he does with each of the projects afterwards?
MANIT ESASARIYA
MANIT ESASARIYA 8 päivää sitten
How can i buy the Layout (Blue Print) of the Design
Plug !t !n SusTheSurfer
Plug !t !n SusTheSurfer 9 päivää sitten
You are god of DIY.
Cwill 2
Cwill 2 9 päivää sitten
Another addition to make it fully foldable is drill a hook into the desk, take an old usb-c cut off the end and tie a string into a circle and superglue it into the usb c end plug the usb-c into the mouse and glue the keyboard to the desk ( if it’s usb-c too) sorry for long comment
Cwill 2
Cwill 2 9 päivää sitten
If it’s not obvious you hang the mouse on the hook so you don’t have to bring it over from the wall
kimpu lyper
kimpu lyper 10 päivää sitten
you made with love . son of Newton
Rekognize CG
Rekognize CG 10 päivää sitten
what about the CHILLER?
Versalene
Versalene 10 päivää sitten
this is really hardcore for a HomeMade FIpost channel. just amazing! this is no simple stuff! and mr. perks you are so simple and humble and it makes your work even more impressive! really good job!
Matthew Weaver
Matthew Weaver 20 päivää sitten
I love your builds and hope to have room to do similar works myself in the future. This build is especially amazing!
The Only Pro
The Only Pro 22 päivää sitten
This is a major build
Sam Sen
Sam Sen 22 päivää sitten
All gr8 BUTTTT.... With that beautiful window to the heart and the engine of your PC desk, and great lightning inside, I really want to see it all the time to have the super frictional look remain in my room, even after folding the table. So WHY IN THE WORLD you didn't use a central Acrylic table top or Glass table, instead of that ugly antique wood look? (OK I get it, you have wrong European ties... but welcome to 21 century, if it has occurred in your nick of the world). Well done as ever. You are a national treasure! 👌🙏
Dave Nelson
Dave Nelson 27 päivää sitten
What an excellent, thorough job you did on this!!! I now know what my next build will look like in my tiny house!!!!
Team
Team 27 päivää sitten
6:07, that was really perfect.
Girish K
Girish K 27 päivää sitten
This is just simply brilliantly done. Very professional approach to the design, build and even the video!! Kudos to you !! How big a hole will this create in the wallet though?? :)
Bryan C
Bryan C 29 päivää sitten
I don't like this build. It's too big. A normal desk and a desktop pc would take up less space. Building a table around a computer isn't always the best idea.
Putu Widiarsa
Putu Widiarsa Uukausi sitten
Feels like watching jazz....
Russell - C
Russell - C Uukausi sitten
Good, especially if one can get all that hardware for nothing! If you shove a shop-bought tower in a shop bought table, in an air vented box & behind double-glazed glazing without a lot of this faff. Spring mounting is so easy to do in a computer tower too. The video is good but rather OTT, in my opinion.
TCH KWABENA SIM KHARD
TCH KWABENA SIM KHARD Uukausi sitten
PLEASE HOW CAN I DOWNLOAD THE PDF FILE
Daniel Combs
Daniel Combs Uukausi sitten
I want a nice laptop desk with space for the laptop and a monitor....I have zero creative experience though
Ninjashadow
Ninjashadow Uukausi sitten
Imagine if he starts gaming
Chouly
Chouly Uukausi sitten
This man have no fear of making projects
Hossain Muhammad
Hossain Muhammad Uukausi sitten
I can't find the link to the design guide. Can anyone help? :(
simon Bartlett
simon Bartlett Uukausi sitten
Unbelievably good.
Tober Tobias
Tober Tobias Uukausi sitten
Wait you use a radiator as a heat sink for the ambient air inside the case ? Is that allowed,,, my brain hurts 🤣🤣
jantestowy123
jantestowy123 Uukausi sitten
I don't think I'll ever buy a case again.
ASHISH SAGAR
ASHISH SAGAR Uukausi sitten
After looking the intro only i was forced by my brin to like it
Allan John Valiente
Allan John Valiente Uukausi sitten
the circuits and all the attached components are perfectly aligned. overall that DIY project is awesome. lastly, I just wondering the price of that.
taylor jones
taylor jones Uukausi sitten
Those are the size of some car radiators🤣🤣
Indy buckles
Indy buckles Uukausi sitten
that is super.i hope you make some more awesome videos with that.also im going to use some of your ideas or even make them better.thanks a lot man.i hope that you get more space for your new ideas.
Raao
Raao Uukausi sitten
you should be working in TESLA
Ocarina654
Ocarina654 Uukausi sitten
Oh my god that pre-title montage was absolutely beautiful. I haven't even finished the video but I just HAD to comment on that. MAD PROPS to the editor. edit: Alright I've finished the video and, of course, it's brilliant as usual.
Kangkung Belacan
Kangkung Belacan Uukausi sitten
Probably cost $3000
Lee Birchenough
Lee Birchenough Uukausi sitten
this is the third pc/desk video of yours ive seen. and one about monitor stand/shelf
tigergreene
tigergreene Uukausi sitten
How long did this take start to finish?
C.W. Smith
C.W. Smith Uukausi sitten
What is the heat output from the Radiators? I'm trying to plan out a tiny house and setting this is information that would tell me what I need in the wintertime.
Ken Junior
Ken Junior Uukausi sitten
Wow wow wow most addictive educational channel have discovered wow wow great works thanks
Ziv Atad
Ziv Atad Uukausi sitten
when you are on a toattly other level...
Lonaraj Lona
Lonaraj Lona Uukausi sitten
Pandai sangat pandai 😎😎😃😃
Mosab Habeebullah
Mosab Habeebullah Uukausi sitten
very creative, very talented ... keep it up man
Tiago Izaguirre
Tiago Izaguirre Uukausi sitten
This is an amazing build and you did a brilliant job at it, it looks absolutely beautiful, but there are a few things that aren't that big of a deal but still worth taking mind. 1: the watercooling loop goes from a hot gpu, to warm vrms, to an even hotter cpu then to the rad, now this will create higher temperatures 2: the hard drives NEED to Be solid mounted to a hard surface or the vibration will shorten their lifespan
Eren Yeager
Eren Yeager Uukausi sitten
Your videos are in tv programs level in term of production quality.... look like something that can be featured on the BBC
InsxrtNxme32_
InsxrtNxme32_ Uukausi sitten
damn imagine the hustle bringing your chair back and forth towards the desk
Crabastian Builds
Crabastian Builds Uukausi sitten
Think about how many cool diy contraptions he must have in his house
BLD Bandit
BLD Bandit Uukausi sitten
will it run Doom?
Rafael Soares
Rafael Soares Uukausi sitten
put more leds on it!
"Rock On"
"Rock On" Uukausi sitten
Hey bud your projects are just awesome. Really inspired me to start a small project of my own. The only thing is your projects include so much of high level customization which a lot of us don't have. Eg 3d printers, carpenter tools, etc. Can you do videos where you don't need a lot of the fluff to do some of the DIYs. With that said I really admire the level of detail you go into. Specially keeping in mind the design and finishes of the projects.
Sleeping Warrior
Sleeping Warrior Uukausi sitten
Why did you put the CPU and gfx card in the same loop? You had two massive radiators? Surely two loops is much more efficient than one? That single and tiny monitor is so underwhelming.
xXDfIaNtFiGuReXx
xXDfIaNtFiGuReXx Uukausi sitten
Dude I want you to build my next set up
Patrick Ausby
Patrick Ausby Uukausi sitten
Man I wish I had this
Mister Noob
Mister Noob Uukausi sitten
Bro what are price did ur pc cost was it covered in one kidney
Gmon750
Gmon750 Uukausi sitten
Great build. An interruptible power supply (UPS) should always be a part of any build. With the amount of work going into this project, bad power could ruin it quickly. :)
Igor Tomljanovic
Igor Tomljanovic Uukausi sitten
This is just awesome 👏🏻
United Gamer MAK
United Gamer MAK Uukausi sitten
Can I get a Kit for this, 😑
Math Works
Math Works Uukausi sitten
why so many dislikes though? can on you dislikers let me know?
Akhil Prashanth
Akhil Prashanth Uukausi sitten
the most underrated channed must have crossed 10M mark way back
Omar Rama
Omar Rama Uukausi sitten
Matt is probably the most talented man for complex jobs just like what he is doing. He made a whole computer, while others just struggle to set up a computer.
Adrian Pernicious
Adrian Pernicious Uukausi sitten
Cooling system : Acoustically isolated Me: Autistic In isolation
S_time
S_time Uukausi sitten
не смог услышать звук его куллеров так как ничего не слышал из-за крыхтения своих ХD
Bastien Tourreille
Bastien Tourreille Uukausi sitten
Dream
16 71
16 71 Uukausi sitten
cool
Bob Wareham
Bob Wareham Uukausi sitten
Well done Matt a very nice project as always you do a very good job and the finish is very good so thank you for all the information and good luck for the future you should make bespoke systems for rich people thanks Bob in the UK
J Bourgeois
J Bourgeois Uukausi sitten
Maybe I missed it... You are pushing air from the sealed case out through the radiators, but where does the case take in air?
drew
drew 2 kuukautta sitten
How much would it cost to buy
Joe
Joe 2 kuukautta sitten
This would be a perfect addition to a VR room. It turns a wall mounted pc into a piece of functional furniture!
Smarty Pants
Smarty Pants 2 kuukautta sitten
Thats cap... intel just liked to heat up alot lmao
E'tM PC Games
E'tM PC Games 2 kuukautta sitten
Can we use Air conditioner for air tight pc?
Barrie Shepherd
Barrie Shepherd 2 kuukautta sitten
How can over 1.5k people not like this?
waseem Bogari
waseem Bogari 2 kuukautta sitten
How much does the build cost with and without the pc components?
Jeff Billon
Jeff Billon 2 kuukautta sitten
You have class my friend. You're a genius. I'm impressed
Balázs Szegedi
Balázs Szegedi 2 kuukautta sitten
Hi! Is it possible to connect the ttp 223 directly to the motherboard without a relay? If yes, how can I do that?
Bakhtyar saber
Bakhtyar saber 2 kuukautta sitten
If i subscribed in patreon will i get the guidance for this case or not?
OdinnLee Moriarty
OdinnLee Moriarty 2 kuukautta sitten
you sir are a fucking genius
Fayçal
Fayçal 2 kuukautta sitten
in conclusion .. I love it too
Joshua peter
Joshua peter 2 kuukautta sitten
Dude submit your setup on setup wars
Sebastian Grob Pla
Sebastian Grob Pla 2 kuukautta sitten
Stunning
e4 d5
e4 d5 2 kuukautta sitten
The monitor is just a tad too small. Kind of Michael Scott-ish when he had this flat panel TV
e4 d5
e4 d5 2 kuukautta sitten
Uhhhh...Festool? Really?!? Wow. Probably some of the best powered hand tools out there today.
J3lasted][Minds
J3lasted][Minds 2 kuukautta sitten
Wow! I’m speechless 😶 How much Time you need for this Masterpiece?? And how much I need as a total Beginner?
J3lasted][Minds
J3lasted][Minds 2 kuukautta sitten
Wow! How much Time you need for this Masterpiece??
Niko. exe
Niko. exe 2 kuukautta sitten
Yes, Chiller pls
Jonte on game
Jonte on game 2 kuukautta sitten
perfect for vr gamers
Piotr Andrychiewicz
Piotr Andrychiewicz 2 kuukautta sitten
Everything perfectly except the wires to the monitor.
Amit Dave
Amit Dave 2 kuukautta sitten
Sir you didn't add the link for extended external I/0 or as you mentioned (input & out ports)
Ângelo Madeira
Ângelo Madeira 2 kuukautta sitten
Dude!!! Nice video. Now this desk is in my "to do" list. ;)
udit fand
udit fand 2 kuukautta sitten
Yoy should be using an amd cpu
justin tran
justin tran 2 kuukautta sitten
Does he have a automated camera arm?
William Wong
William Wong 2 kuukautta sitten
I can only imagine everything in his house is built by him...
AxeMastersINC
AxeMastersINC 2 kuukautta sitten
29:09 Need a little desk for your Chia-Pet?
Emil Hoffmann
Emil Hoffmann 2 kuukautta sitten
Help me understand something with your incredible build :) Why did you put a radiator inside the cabinet if its air tight? Won't that just heat up the air in the case? Seems redundant to me. Thanks for your great build videos.
Lucas Luan de Melo
Lucas Luan de Melo 2 kuukautta sitten
Give this man a cookie. He deserves it for all the work on this project
totur video
totur video 2 kuukautta sitten
Gamers be like Yes find diy video
James Morrissette
James Morrissette 2 kuukautta sitten
How much did this all cost tho?????
McMona
McMona 2 kuukautta sitten
I know it is an old video, but could you make a video about the ttp223? Specifically for a pc powerbutton
Jónatan Sævar
Jónatan Sævar 2 kuukautta sitten
How many PCs does this guy have?
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