You want to plug your fans into your teeth? Damn thats pro
Additional info to Anx's post, don't google 'Daisychaining' without safe search settings enabled on your browser
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Cathodes come with a little blue transformer box, these plug into the molex plugs from your Psu and the cathode tubes plug into the box, and leds can similarly be powered from a molex, lighting is rarely powered from a mobo socket
**Edit, I just realised this is a desk project, check This desk out I was involved with, and fire up that angle grinder
its a slowloading site so don't worry, and lets get some pics/drawings of your ideas up in here, see what we can come up with for you
the case would be 35cmX45cmX50cm and would simply fit onto the desk (with a groove to hold it in place)
I know these explanations aren't really the best, But I have pretty much finished designing that part.
Btw, I plan to do a video mini-series following the build, so you should see an end product ;D
Mostly what I need help with is putting the pc into its case, any tips on that would be greatly appreciated.
also, if the case size seems too small.
Its made all the more interesting by the fact you want it lannable
The size does seem a bit large for frequent carrying but I think if its light enough it may be workable,
I have an idea for the retention method off the top of my head, a couple of These in the base of the case and a couple of holes in the desk to sit them in, that'll secure it ok,
Your mobo should probably be aligned so the I/o plate is at the rear of the desk to keep cables out of sight when its at home
Have you got a theme or is it all on the fly?
Well I only have lans maybe once a month, so I think the size will be find. As for the mounting I pretty much had a similar idea. but rather just feet, like you'd find on maybe a microwave. Basically small rubber feet, with holes big enough for them to slot into.