Wall Mounted Computer

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Make a beautiful wall mounted laptop

Step 1: Materials and Laptop Disassembly

  • laptop
  • screwdriver
  • poster board
  • hot glue

Since there are many types of laptops i will not post how to disassemble it.

what you want to do is to find a disassembly guide for your laptop and follow the guide.

Step 2: Moving the Lcd Cable

move the cable down a bit so you have more room to work with

Step 3: Set It Up

plan out the components on the poster board

Step 4: Finished

Hot glue it down and you are done.

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    JaredDiS

    2 years ago

    @SimonF7 If you knew anything about computers, then you would know that a static shock from your finger can screw up the entire motherboard and make it useless

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    Kurt E. Clothier

    2 years ago

    This is a great show of curiosity. In college, I used to hang old circuitry on my dorm room wall as art pieces. Then I got the bright idea to start putting working circuitry on the wall. I had a working radio with cd player. It was always funny watching people freak out when they realized the cd player worked with the cd spinning on the wall.

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    BlackSmith2300

    2 years ago

    How does the functionality improve? Not trying to put you down, just curious as to what you get out if this

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    UndecidedlyBlackSmith2300

    Reply 2 years ago

    The cooling would increase because its not stuck in a box, so less thermal throttling would occur and the performance could increase. Just a theory, not an expert.

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    Kurt E. ClothierUndecidedly

    Reply 2 years ago

    Cooling can improve for a laptop because those things are just as much circuitry as possible shoved into a tiny little box, but only if there is still forced air (like the fan) over the CPU.

    A lot of PC builders will leave a side off of their tower for the same reason, but that is usually a bad idea as it screws up the air flow designed in the case.

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    AlexZhangBlackSmith2300

    Reply 2 years ago

    The cooling improves and i dont have to look at a laptop with a ceacked case

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    JaredDiS

    2 years ago

    You realize if you touch this whole it's on the wall and happen to deliver a static shock, the computer is pretty much gone