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Adjustable Height Computer Desk Casemod Deserves a Standing Ovation

by Lambert Varias
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We’ve seen a couple of desks that double as computer cases, but this one takes things to the next level. Unsurprisingly, its proud and very skilled creator also calls it The Next Level.

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The Next Level was made by Cooler Master forum member Pascal de Greef as an entry to the 2012 Cooler Master mod competition. The desk’s height can be adjusted with the push of a button; same goes for the two monitors. Pascal didn’t mention the specs of his computer but it seems like a heavyweight itself, what with two GPUs, a water-cooling system and four huge cooling fans. I wonder how noisy it gets under heavy load. Check out the finished product below:

If you’re into building you really should check out Pascal’s thread at the Cooler Master Forum because he has uploaded a ton final and work in progress images. Note that aside from the lifting mechanisms, the table legs and the column that supports the monitors, Pascal fabricated everything with his own two hands (and some heavy machinery). This is clearly the work of a master craftsman.

[via Hack A Day]

 

 

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