Level Eleven

May 1st, 2010

 

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The Level Eleven

 

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Hard Pennsylvania cherry with an aluminum inlay

 

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Powered by the VIA P820 Pico-ITX mainboard featuring a 1.2GHz VIA Nano 64-bit CPU. The VIA VX855 integrated chipset offers 1080p video output via an onboard HDMI port.

 

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System memory is supplied by 2GB of Crucial DDR2-800 SODIMM and the 3GB/s SATA storage is a 160GB Intel X25-M solid state drive.

 

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The optical drive is a Pioneer slimline, slot-load DVD burner and the operating system is 64-bit Windows 7. The power supply is integrated into the VIA Pico-ITX mainboard.

 

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Ventilation starts at the stainless steel screened inlet vents at the bottom of each enclosure box. Air travels through the box and down into the support box through openings under the mainboard or SSD.

 

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A nine-bladed T&T 40mm case fan pulls air out of the support box interior and exhausts out a vent located on the bottom of the auxiliary box.

 

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Construction photos

 

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Additional views

 

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Check out my YouTube video on the making of Level Eleven:

 

A comprehensive project worklog of Level Eleven with over 300 photographs can be accessed at bit-tech.net, or Overclockers Australia.

Thanks for looking! 

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