lex-ington wrote:DO you have an IKEA near by?
Flying Fox wrote:I usually use the box for the case, stuffed it with the motherboard box and other stuff, then put the case on top of the box. It will be more than 4-5" though.
just brew it! wrote:Just get a few of these. They're cheap, and if one layer isn't high enough, stack 'em 2 layers high.
Spyder22446688 wrote:just brew it! wrote:Just get a few of these. They're cheap, and if one layer isn't high enough, stack 'em 2 layers high.
Link isn't working for me. What is it for?
WebHobbit wrote:This is all you need:
http://www.lowes.com/lowes/lkn?action=p ... 82-7876507
It's cheap and provides a nice storage shelf underneath. It's the PERFECT size. It's almost like it was designed for a tower! I have one in white.
|**| <-- 4 pieces of wood
** empty space
WebHobbit wrote:I have essentially the same setup...works fine:
I have my stand parallel to my chair...against the wall but just slightly in front of the desk. There is an empty cavity of space beside the desk directly behind the computer.
ON second thought I think my setup is opposite your's the wall is to my right....yours is to the left -correct?
WebHobbit wrote:Not bad....but I couldn't stand sealing off the PC's side-panel. I like to get in there too much. Once a week to blow out dust and quite often I have to temporarily hook up a client's HD to Sata or IDE ports. With my arrangement I can access my PC's innards without moving the case at all.
This is exactly what I did, and I got a neighbour to do it for me also.MadManOriginal wrote:Yeah I was going to say get some pieces of wood, nail 'em together, and spray paint to your liking if necessary. Especially good and cheap if you can get some scrap wood somewhere.
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