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attach a post to the bottom middle of the computer to wedge its bottom out/prevent the top from moving outward. otherwise put in hooks using drywall anchors directly opposite the current hooks on the pc
This guy is so stupid. 1.) wedge or screw a piece of 2x4 behind the bottom half of the computer to make it straight. 2.) you have no space for your legs when your sitting position is so close to the wall. You are truly stupid. Learn some engineering and human factors.
Easy idea to make it straight: Get some black foam/wood-block, affix it to the wall so the bottom of the case is resting against it and holding the bottom 'out' so things stay straight.
SIMPLE MAKE A 3D PRINTED LEG FOR BOTTOM THE USE 3M TAPE TAPE LEG TO BACK OF CASE.
Why not just put a spacer at the bottom between the wall and system to correct the tilt?
KabelDirekt, that is how it is spelled in Swedish, maybe a Swedish brand?
Kyle, shim the mounting bracket attached to the back of your pc. It'll help kick out the bottom so it's more leveled with the top. You can use just about anything as a shim, idk of a vendor you could use, but you can use literally anything(cardboard, wood, old pc bracketry you were just going to throw away, etc.) Normally, I would use laminated aluminum shims, and you may need about .300" at the bottom, but that's just my guess from eyeballin' it.
I really need a cpu and gpu. Anyone can sell me on a lower pirce ?? 😭😭😭 please 🙏🏽
Anyone know what the song in the background is at 6:32? I've been looking for it for months.
Fuck just imagine if there was a earth quake your pc would literally be fucked
The most encouraging thing about your frustration is that at least I know I'm not the only one who does claw-hand grrrrr's at random objects because it makes no sense
Amog us: Troubleshooting edition Who is tha imposta
instead of pulling it in from the top, why dont you push from the bottom to level it up? put a block on to the wall (you can get adjustable ones) that will just push the base back out to level it up. you wont see the block unless you look behind so that should work for you.
This has inspired me to mount my pc, one of the issues I foresee is being able to press the power button at the height I want it, does anyone know of any way to circumvent this?
This is actually a bad advertising for Phanteks PSU Lmao
"driver issues" ooooh boy AMD, that's why I sold my 5700XT and they still don't know how to make working drivers...
dang how many sponsors he got lol
lol im guessing your not poor.....get an intel rig bro amd still sucks
why not try mounting the feet that belong in the holes you tried to mount the hooks in
If you look at the included instructions for that case you see how it is supposed to be mounted on a wall , I have the same case and purchased the proper wall mount , no sag issue 👍
One day, I watched a simple video about building a PC. Months later I am on a journey that has yet to reach its climatic end. I finally know how Frodo feels. Minus a magical ring and all the war stuff. Also plus electronics. Essentially the same thing if you think you think about.
Dunno why you would be offbrand Kabeldirect crap from Amazon/China when you could go with Monoprice?
Idk about you guys but if my house caught on fire I would wanna take my pc with me and not have to uninstall in from a wall and risk losing the whole pc
How did you Mount the PC and what did you use
6:34 *It's **_obviously_** GERMAN* u stoopit fuq ... so maybe before you mock perfectly fine and accurate spelling, open your narrow eyes and dense mind to realize how email address and phone number *clearly indicate the origin* smartypants? _HOWBOW DAH??_ xD
new editor did a great job
4:28 mr. bean
A solid support between the bottom edge and the wall should push the bottom of the case out? Or put washers between the bottom vesa mount screws and the case?
Just buy some foam and glue it to the bottom to stop the tilt.
I'll be honest i liked this video but i heard a lot of numbers. Loved the video tho bitty😭
Try a small one foot 2/4 at bottom with Some construction adhesive
Imagine wanna tilt the setup few Centimeters , a distance bracket. Like this one. RS PRO Square Bracket
6:35 it's probably German lol
did he pass the display cables for the monitors behind the wall as well
- استغفر الله ٣ - سبحان الله ٣ - الحمدلله٣ - الله أكبر٣ - اللهم صلي وسلم على نبينا محمد ٣ دعاء بعد التشهد الأخير ❤️ : - اللهم إني اعوذ بك من عذاب القبر وعذاب النار وفتنة المحيا والممات وفتنة المسيح الدجال . دعاء قصير ❤️ : - للهم آتنا في الدنيا حسنة وفي الآخرة حسنة وقنا عذاب النار اللهم إني أعوذ بك من الفقر ، والقلة والذلة وأعوذ بك من أن أَظلِم أو أُظلَم يا مقلب القلوب ثبت قلبي على دينك
„KabelDirekt“ is German…
Two as breaks in one video is a bit much for me
WW2 Thoughtful plot Bruh
I’m curious as to why you didn’t go with the 3090
its his first doing a custom watercooled pc with amd, so he is trying it out.
To the wall mounted PC. I would say it easier to keep the PC from that wall than to try bringing the top closer to it. How about you place a stick or something on the bottom of the PC between wall and PC
KabelDirekt is spelled correctly. It's just in german
Kyle, do you not spread thermopaste with some straight glass after applying it on CPU? - not related to this video
is it me or is the wall mount having a little sag? That could be a really bad situation.
Not sure if anyone has already mention this, but get yourself a standard wall mount and remove the full motion mount. That will keep it from tilting forward
@Bitwitt "Kabel Direkt" is german....so it is spelled correctly. It's just the german version of "Cable Direct".
@Bitwit Did you ever figure the wall mounting issue yet?
Those cables are not rated to be routed through the wall and should be in a raceway. Would be called out by any inspector for sure.
Nice setup. But that waterblock is pretty fugly
6:35 "Kabel Direkt" is actually "Cable Direct" in swedish, dunno if this is swedish but might be the same in some other germanic language
could be german aswell
KabelDirekt is German lol
And it’s spelled right*
@Bitwit everything fine with the PCIE 4.0 Riser Cable from Link UP? Any issues? I heard of problems with Driver crashs and BSODs.
You can simply call Paul 🙃 he does mounting stuff all the time
Spacers between the pc and mount bottom screws. Has worked for me before
You May Use two wall mount top & bottom
No earthquakes now, please. 🤞😁
Did you put a rc car model on the wall too
better at cables that spelling...
Instead of trying to use hooks at the top you could use 2 stand offs(correct length) mounted on the bottom corners to give you the correct reveal or horizontal straightness. The stand offs would then rest on the wall.
add a hook to the back of the case and use the latch that you already mounted to the stud and lock it in place
use 2 backwards feet from the case to the wall will straighten it out b
The name of the brand of the cable makes perfect sense in German, while beeing perfectly spelled. But, it probably isn't a German brand.
If you want something to hang really flush with the wall, look for something called Z- Bar or french cleat. Essentially, they are 2 pieces of metal (you can cut them to size). One is nailed to the wall, the other on the object, i.e. PC that need to be on the wall. They interlock and the piece on the back of the PC will slide into the wall piece. Each piece has multiple holes, one or more might be on the stud. Even without studs, the multiple holes will provide enough traction to hold objects up to over 100 lbs securely These are used by art galleries to hang huge pieces of arts, very large heavy mirrors, etc. (I used to be in the business and we used them a lot). You find them at Amazon by the way, PS: The only piece of the puzzle, how to attach the metal piece to the back of your PC, but I am sure you'll find a way. Good Luck Paul
maybe you can make the bottom of the pc move to the front instead of pulling the top back
I thought you put the wall on the pc, that would be one of a kind.
why not just rubber feet in the lower corners off that tt case between the wall and the case itself acting like spacers?? (c´mon lyle, roast me for my "more spanish than english" typing )
I put my wall on my pc
I Kyle, glad you managed to get it working. I noticed that the left GPU power cable looks a bit unplugged Could you check it? Cheers ;)
The moment your office becomes you case.
On the wall put some feet which stand off the wall so they line up with the bottom of the case so instead of tiring to tie it to the top of the wall put something in place to stop it from tilting forward
make a nice wall mount out of wood that'll stretch to each of the 3 studs. Should be 16" apart each. Then attach the case to the wooden wall mount with standoffs and add lighting behind :) EDIT: yeah i commented before the video was done! guess you had plans for lighting already LOL
maybe just maybe, just a suggestion, give away all your possession,
instead of tying the top to the wall, why not put something lower to push the bottom out. Like a wooden block.
Trying least expensive solutions to problems first would have saved some coin. Change drivers first.
What will happen with that big hole above the reservoir?
Bookshelves use hardware to prevent tipping, and it may help in this situation; However, the bookshelves rest flat against the wall.
Anyone know that Motherboard he's using?
Yesss!!! I have the same case!!! I love this case its perfect for water cooling and custom routing. This is awesome i feel prettt good baha.
The 8-pin EPS and 8-Pin VGA/PCIe are keyed differently on the component/mobo side. They may be (and usually are) keyed the same on the PSU side. For the most part, those set of 8 pins have same wire gauge/length requirements and same set of pinouts, just in a different order. You should be careful about it. I make custom sleeved cables myself and have a background in electrical engineering.
Some custom cables are too long for the standard gauge. In general, longer cables need thicker gauge. If I had my hands on your custom cables, I would inspect the resistance and connectivity with a multimeter to diagnose the root cause.
Easy fix, get small Dow, double-sided tape it to the pc (length ways) and use Dow as a wall leg to push bottom of pc out parallel to wall.....or two legs , one on each end at on the bottom of pc.
Easiest mounting would be a fixed mount instead of a swivel mount. It would sit flat that way.
Bro just place a piece of wood on the same height as the end of the lower back of the case. Then just make sure the "arm" does not push the setup away from the wall.
KabelDirekt is spelled in german. It's not misspelled.
Please Kyle no more mobile game ads... know your audience!
Ok lesson learned: never buy a revolt x if you aren’t going dual system
I'm curious on how it handles dust
you could try to put shims between the bottom part of the wall mount and the wall
How about mounting the rear brace higher toward the top of the case and/or using bumpers on the bottom to offset the tilt/top-heaviness?
On my thermaltake p3 I used a stationary wall mount and it's solid and no tilt
another thought would be mount a funko pop alien upside down to bottom middle of the pc with just his head showing.
Paint a piece of wood silver or white, mount it to the wall behind the pc and inch from the bottom. I believe either a 1 3/4 wide strip or 2 inch wide strip should do it.
Your build will look much better with EK-Quantum torque satin titanium fittings.
Nanoleafs on either side would look awesome!!
incase no one mentioned it, why not add 2 leg spacers on the bottom back of the pc to push it away from the wall
what you could do is push the bottom forward and that would pull the top back like a see saw if you think about it
I wonder if the other 2 x series psu would work now.???
Maybe just live with the gap between the system and the wall? Find something to act as a spacer to put at the bottom that'll push it out even with the top? I would.
I'm wondering why he just didn't use a floating shelf? Even an L-shaped piece of metal would have worked great and the weight capacity would only be limited by the thickness of the metal and anchor strength of the studs he used to go into those metal studs. A monitor mount should have never even been a consideration.
You can always add a piece of wood at the bottom of the case between the case and the wall to level it out. wont be able to see it at all.. Just a thought
Hi, BitWit. You could put a small block of wood on the wall at the bottom ( behind your system to level it out )