DIY Computer Case - The Ultimate Silent PC (CLOUD UNIT)

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  • John Smith
    John Smith 23 hours ago

    What kind of short circuit protection do you have on the DC output sockets?

  • Kaspar Kesamaa
    Kaspar Kesamaa 5 days ago

    my pc sounds like a fucking dishwasher from 1889

  • MajorMusicalMayhem
    MajorMusicalMayhem 7 days ago

    ever think about making a mark 3?

  • Phillip Brunsdon
    Phillip Brunsdon 11 days ago

    have you thourght about doing a DIY Perk on creating your own vinyl record player?

  • Daily Hacks
    Daily Hacks 12 days ago

    I would of just placed the way you would normally place a mobo and water cool it so the video card is already blowing air up and the radiator for the cpu can be placed at the top

  • Joni Subroto
    Joni Subroto 21 day ago

    Immediately subscribe!

  • TjornSTELLAR
    TjornSTELLAR 23 days ago

    dude what about the dust.......

  • Vladislav Nichik
    Vladislav Nichik 25 days ago

    As we (russians/ukrainians) say about this: "Хороший колхоз." :)

  • Greg Allison
    Greg Allison 26 days ago

    I just commented on your video for recycling a laptop screen into a second monitor. Really cool. Can you design an All in One PC using a recycled Laptop screen? Including touchscreen capability? And so I can choose my own motherboard, RAM etc? REALLY want to be able to essentially build my own laptop in that manner. You only have to add a wireless keyboard and mouse and whalaa a laptop and large tablet in one!

  • Evil Bastard
    Evil Bastard 26 days ago

    I've had flames coming out of the back of a faulty power supply, before, sir, and I'm also an electronics technician, so yes, I'm going to tell you that you're running a bit of a risk, there, kiddo. There's a reason we don't stuff fabric and flammable items into a breaker box. that's also one of the reasons I'll only buy from PC Power and Cooling from now on.

  • Matheus Moreira
    Matheus Moreira 29 days ago

    8:10 _Your computer is going to catch fire and burn your house down, because it's not gonna happen._ Hey! Wait a sec...

  • Antony Cheung
    Antony Cheung 1 month ago

    why not use ssd for less noise?

  • NocturnalLunacy
    NocturnalLunacy 1 month ago

    Looks like an old moo cow gateway computer case

  • Carl Poppa
    Carl Poppa 1 month ago

    that's actually a really cool backup feature

  • KMPuter Tech Supplies

    Sticking the HDD between the towels? isnt that going to make your HDD really hot.. really really really hot?

  • ben cos
    ben cos 1 month ago

    you never know https://youtu.be/RZoX7glIAS4?list=PLOJU8YJjFwGOFAbObod8iB1SxyGfTgI7R&t=491
    just joking:-)

  • Momiji
    Momiji 1 month ago

    this would be a lot better if you added fans blowing right against the two heatsinks. this would probably reduce the temperatures by 10-20 degrees and let you run them at lower RPMs. I tried running a GPU with a fan around 10cm away from it and the same fan right against the heatsink, the "right against the heatsink" scenario had idle temperatures lower by 20 degrees.

  • jamie 711711
    jamie 711711 1 month ago

    rip vram and capacitor, can't imagine how hot the motherboard will get

  • philip davies
    philip davies 1 month ago

    My heart stopped at 4:24, I had visions of you ripping the PCI-E socket off your motherboard.

    Anyway, I love the case!

  • Manare71
    Manare71 1 month ago

    Awesome, just awesome. I like this concept very much...and now it's 2 years later since you made this. Congratulations and keep the good job!

  • Matt Brody
    Matt Brody 1 month ago

    About getting more cooling for GPUs, I was designing a PC for an Nvidia competition recently, and before I fully read the noise, my idea was to make a gigantic case with radial fan mounts, using the PCIe x16 extension cables. That way, you could mount 4 2.5 slot GPUs at the same time without limiting airflow.

  • 1959Berre
    1959Berre 1 month ago

    My wife thinks it's a designer waste bin. :) But I like it.

  • Gr8Success
    Gr8Success 1 month ago

    is this guy a faggot ?

  • Panda Digital Love
    Panda Digital Love 1 month ago

    Better patent it before some case makers steal your design. Better yet kickstarter it and we all would buy it in a heartbeat.

  • Orlando Paço
    Orlando Paço 1 month ago

    burn the house down!

  • Luís Fernando Dos Santos Pinho

    Brilliant!!

  • Nathan Dice
    Nathan Dice 2 months ago

    best computer case of all time and from no producer!!! as if they were retarded to do it right

  • Kev Lar
    Kev Lar 2 months ago

    Awesome job DIY Perks! This silent pc build is the coolest. I just added it to my diy bucket list.

  • R Costa TV
    R Costa TV 2 months ago

    I follow his 2 channel, I think his would has much more follows 'n subscribes, most best tech channel, very serious 'n nice channel, his is nice person 'n host too.

  • OPGuyK
    OPGuyK 2 months ago

    666,666 Views!

  • Aubrey Khoza
    Aubrey Khoza 2 months ago

    Smoke Hazard Maybe?

  • Alpha Libre
    Alpha Libre 2 months ago

    very nice!

  • gabrielleconti
    gabrielleconti 2 months ago

    I love his accent! And of course, his ideas!

  • N 9 N E
    N 9 N E 2 months ago

    Just wanna say if you cant be bothered doing this get the Fractal Design Define R5. You'll thank me later.

  • Anthony Chiello
    Anthony Chiello 2 months ago

    very nice looking!

  • Edward D'Esposito
    Edward D'Esposito 2 months ago

    Interesting ideas. Much better graphics card cooling solutions can be had when you think about using PCI-e ribbons to extend a PCI-E slot off the motherboard.

  • Justin Hawkins
    Justin Hawkins 2 months ago

    Why not add LED strips that are controlled by the computer or music to the outside of the Case?

  • Beau Guerrier
    Beau Guerrier 2 months ago

    why is there big ass heat sinks but no fucking fans ?????? dude

  • Matteo R
    Matteo R 2 months ago

    Hi Matt, I've been watching videos on youtube since 2006 and never commented, but I really think this is the best video I've ever seen in my life! I've been trying to build a quiet pc for years and always failed. I've used water cooling putting the pump, heat exchanger and the fan in another room and connecting to the cpu cooling block with hoses. It worked but still the case needed its fans; I tried using it without any and after 1 month it got burnt!
    I think your solution is so smooth, I will try to learn from you. The silent pc is a very critical point to me. Thanks for your video! Matteo

  • TheBandit21
    TheBandit21 2 months ago

    Now i kinda wanna hear about it catching on fire, purely because of how confident you seem about it. What can go wrong will go wrong.

  • Lightning Brothers
    Lightning Brothers 2 months ago

    try fuking rendering a 1080p video with that crawp , u will burn ur house down m8

  • Neo Prototype
    Neo Prototype 2 months ago

    Nice fire hazard doomb fook. Anuuther thing, learn to liquid cool and other noise dampening materials made to be used precisely for this application. I hope that bitch didn't beat the shit out of you after the video you looked scared of that cunt you cuck.

    • Neo Prototype
      Neo Prototype 2 months ago

      Whether I am nice or not is irrelevant to the facts I posted. There are companies with engineers that work to solve these problems and making a case out of wood and putting dry combustible dust-collecting material inside an insulation box with electronics is a huge fire hazard. Maybe if you live in the United Khaliphate of cucks were it's always a depressing cold raining place the case won't catch on fire, but you're talking to a global audience that live in different conditions and don't know any better than to emulate some rich kid on jewtube with too much time on his hands. Don't know what the fuck you mean by "may blossom" learn some fucking English. I kill butterflies since their larvae destroy gardens. Nice to know that fat pig of a cunt didn't break your hands so you could respond your little faggot cuck comment.


    • DIY Perks
      DIY Perks 2 months ago

      What a nice person you must be, writing such lovely comments. May blossom and butterflies flutter around you as thanks.


  • Róbert Allen
    Róbert Allen 2 months ago

    why didn't you just watercool the gpu and cpu?

  • matthew baron
    matthew baron 2 months ago

    I'd be really wary of thermal throttling with that gpu heat sync. I would've bought some corsair af120 quiet edition fans to cool both the cpu and gpu just to help the heat escape from the heatsyncs a little more

  • dalibor mladenović
    dalibor mladenović 2 months ago

    very clever, works by thermodynamic laws, like simple chimney, like it very much !

  • Neikoo
    Neikoo 2 months ago

    Its silent but not good for heavy load.

  • TekReviews
    TekReviews 2 months ago

    I had a NEW power supply that had a safety feature fail, smoke came out the back of the PC. Luckily I was there and yanked the plug out of the wall right away. The so called safety didn't function as advertised, one of my relatives in Germany had her apartment catch fire because her PC power supply sparked everywhere and set the curtains on fire.

  • TekReviews
    TekReviews 2 months ago

    There are actually people buying UK style trash cans, 3D printing a top and turning it into a Clone of Apple's new trash can Mac.

  • lem
    lem 2 months ago

    Does no one else have extreme issues with the fact he's using towels? Sound insulating foam is lighter, more breathable, and better at sound insulation, I just honestly feel uncomfortable looking at it.

  • elninostorm
    elninostorm 2 months ago

    "Sort of economical for me to do it this way as well"

    That is assuming your time has no value.

  • xxdjcharlierockxx
    xxdjcharlierockxx 2 months ago

    looks awesome. thought you were going for some kind of austin powers theme with that towel (behave baby) i would use some other material then the towel but other then that it's brilliant! cant wait to see the build

  • Tyler Whieler
    Tyler Whieler 2 months ago

    nope nope nope you can make a costum watercooling verry cheap.

  • thewitchking24
    thewitchking24 2 months ago

    You're a fantastic engineer! I like your channel very much. Congratulations! Bye!

  • CloudLifter
    CloudLifter 2 months ago

    You put towels in your computer...major fire hazard.

  • Sean Moore
    Sean Moore 2 months ago

    can't wait to see benchmarks

  • Trevor Philips
    Trevor Philips 2 months ago

    Nah, I love my beautiful corsair 200r case, fast pc specs

  • {Xyro} Nitronixus
    {Xyro} Nitronixus 2 months ago

    Sir, you have a creative mind.... You know how to be resourceful, build stuff, and to have the knowledge that one material can have the same attributes as the other... Good job mate.

  • David Robles
    David Robles 2 months ago

    Theon at it again

  • Baba Tova
    Baba Tova 2 months ago

    he's like bob ross

  • Scott Watschke
    Scott Watschke 2 months ago

    Brilliant !

  • Angel Jiminian
    Angel Jiminian 2 months ago

    what was the cost to build?

  • dangeredwolf
    dangeredwolf 2 months ago

    Building it vertically first seemed awfully weird but you make such a brilliant point about how heat naturally rises. Prebuilt case manufacturers should take note!

  • Mike Mckay
    Mike Mckay 2 months ago

    Some very good ideas shown with the case some I have thought of but some I hadn't

    I have been working on a similar idea but with 4 individual airflow paths from outside the case to straight back outside the case and I think a combination of some of your ideas with my own might make for a good working model especially the rotated motherboard idea which I REALLY like and which I am amazed I hadn't already thought have having already used server cases with motherboards facing the front for the exact same reasons lol

    I shall go watch the other two videos fpr more tips I might want to include in my own project of a similar ilk, although I am trying to accomplish a similar with without things that will void warranties such as with the PSU and GPU

  • Trent Franklin
    Trent Franklin 2 months ago

    You make a good point about GPU coolers needing to be larger.

  • T Landman
    T Landman 2 months ago

    I only use external hard drives for back-ups. Might there ever be a fire, they are way easier to quickly grab ;)

  • Francois Vanheerden
    Francois Vanheerden 2 months ago

    this should be the future for aircooled PC's. i would like one like this.

  • moldoveanu8
    moldoveanu8 2 months ago

    Great case but....2.5 inch spin drive wrapped in fabric might not survive transferring lots of files at once. SSD would have been better and without fabric so it can breathe a bit.

  • Nishant Sahay
    Nishant Sahay 3 months ago

    Take all my money

  • ben cos
    ben cos 3 months ago

    the backup idea is very clever:-)

  • Join Catman
    Join Catman 3 months ago

    Where did he bourght the Vinyl? Link pls

  • Mast Maula
    Mast Maula 3 months ago

    The fire will not burn down his house
    It will give him a nice insurance payday

  • sevencardz
    sevencardz 3 months ago

    This is the most well designed PC I have ever seen.

  • z4nY
    z4nY 3 months ago

    I love that, just a couple of days I told a friend that the mainboard architecture in common pcs is very bad and that it should be rotated so that the hot air exits to the top... and now I find this.
    Your videos are absolutely fantastic :)

  • Massimo O'Kissed
    Massimo O'Kissed 3 months ago

    Cheap PC case, and it looks better than EVERYTHING made by InWin.

  • Jonathan Graham
    Jonathan Graham 3 months ago

    This fella obviously doesn't know how gpu coolers work

  • Jordan Ness
    Jordan Ness 3 months ago

    Im confused though. First of all graphics cards are silent to begin with. They dont make noise. The fans on the heat sink is what makes noise so that giant cpu heat sink does not actually stop the noise because of reducing heat it stops noise because it removes the small fans from the heatsink. Also using heat sinks like that with no fans directly on them to move the heat isn't great practice. It will work because he has airflow in the case, but its not as effective and like his previous case video where the cpu ran at like 75 C where as normally even under load my cpu would run at about 50 or so with air or 30 - 40 with liquid. This isnt a problem with the case at all though simply the choice to have only intake and exhaust fans rather than including heat sink fans. None of this is any kind of fatal error just extremely weird and not necessarily considered good practice. Also the fabric doesnt worry me so much as a fire hazard as it does a potential source for static electricity which can kill parts. Not that im saying it will because i cant tell from the content how close it is to the actual parts that could be damaged from static. Also as a water cooling enthusiast I must point out that pumps really arent that loud usually unless you have them pushing at max power. I have a water cooling setup in my personal build and aside from fans i run on the radiator its completely silent. I cant even hear the pump. Once again im not bashing anything in this video, im simply giving information because i believe some of this may be slightly off. The concept itself is super cool though and i love that he is coming up with different ideas and giving them a go because thats how innovation happens. I love the video, but this is what i do as a hobby so i thought i would give my own personal observations based on my experience which may very well differ from his experience and cause the difference in information given.

    • Jordan Ness
      Jordan Ness 3 months ago

      Also please feel free to correct me anywhere that i might be wrong. I welcome new information. As i said this comment wasnt me trying to be rude or insult him because i really do like what hes doing. If I am wrong I would happily accept that. I just wanted to give info from my own experiences with building machines with various types of hardware.


  • phill80
    phill80 3 months ago

    Handsome and intelligent..... Bastard.

  • juan granados
    juan granados 3 months ago

    great heat dissipation by convection. i agree by optimizing fluid dynamics and convection. is better than water cooling

  • Ben Wolvenhour - The3rdTausk

    It's gonna implode and set your neighbors house on fire, dude!

  • linuxmq
    linuxmq 3 months ago

    Very interesting, well spoken and clear. Great video.
    I can understand the "vertical" point of the build with the huge heatsink for the graphic card. However, if one needs more PCIe slots to be used for other cards, such as network, sound, raid, etc... then the heatsink is on the way and it would not be possible to get it installed. Although I am not a gamer and very happy with a single video card, most gamer machines have several video cards in their machine. How will you "cool" these cards then? Only the last card facing the end of the case would be cooled that way.
    So your design is very interesting for a simple PC and people just using "Word processing" as you said, but definitely not for more powerful requirements.

  • SnipeEm
    SnipeEm 3 months ago

    The heck.. Why does this guy seem so clean...

  • T horon
    T horon 3 months ago

    i bet the cooling performance would match a passive open air setup

  • HeavyMetal Gamer
    HeavyMetal Gamer 3 months ago

    one would hope that those towels are anti-static

  • LEZevil
    LEZevil 3 months ago

    My PC isn't exactly quiet when I'm just browsing and stuff. But sounds like a jet engine when I play games

  • MpchBrwn
    MpchBrwn 3 months ago

    DIY Perks , Really nice airflow design, such a good work, love the sleek design, and the backup button !!

  • Patrick Phelan
    Patrick Phelan 3 months ago

    I've been so disappointed in the design features in the recent generations of PC cases. Glass? LEDs everywhere? This => mind = blown.

  • _‒ ̅ ̅‒0w0‒ ̅ ̅‒_

    that looks like it will burn down

  • UreaSmith
    UreaSmith 3 months ago

    I never notice the noise on my computer.. I guess there are advantages to getting old.

  • Geometry Dash Medikat
    Geometry Dash Medikat 3 months ago

    Your computer is going to set on fire and burn your house down

  • OVD
    OVD 3 months ago

    If you want to have a quiet pc why wont you follow this guide




    step 1: shutdown your pc

  • Ashton Joel
    Ashton Joel 3 months ago

    You should manufacturer that computer

  • BioCronGamer
    BioCronGamer 3 months ago

    Can some one tell what that green stuff is ? Please

    • Justin Case
      Justin Case 3 months ago

      so i guess u didnt watch the entire video? o well...


  • Stainless
    Stainless 3 months ago

    doesnt it feel weird to press the power button and hearing ABSOLUTELY NOTHING?

    at least get a boot beeper!

  • Simproved
    Simproved 3 months ago

    Wow! I simply love your channel! Now I wanna use my weird forgotten engineering skills again...thanks for that!

  • fako fakoson
    fako fakoson 3 months ago

    Great build mate, I would only have one suggestion since your purpose for this project is experimentation.

    How about enlarging the cutout for the side panel and instead of a lid install a monitor there, say a laptop display to turn this beauty into an AIO unit, plus adding a couple centimeters height at the bottom to install a sliding tray with a keyboard and mouse?

    Thus along with becoming AIO it would be a whole desktop system as portable as a briefcase......

  • Ely Novas
    Ely Novas 3 months ago

    I wonder where he hides the bodies...

  • mienzillaz
    mienzillaz 3 months ago

    oh look..! theon greyjoy built himself a PC..! for sure he will not watch porn on it..;)

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