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Mass Effect computer by Mralig112 Mass Effect computer by Mralig112
Well it's a computer from Mass Effect 3 (you might recognise it from the loading screens) made completely from wood

Amendment: I have decided that in the summer time (as I am currently in university) that I shall attempt to make a fully working version of this computer that will function as nothing more than a little note book computer, nothing to heavy duty. Wish me luck..for summer :P
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Ronofarr Featured By Owner Jan 14, 2014

Using laptop parts (and a little bit of ingenuity) this could actually exist.


You would need:

A custom shaped shell (with designs)

A custom shaped motherboard

A custom shaped LCD monitor (touch screen if you want).

Custom sound system

Oodles of screws.

A hard drive (this could be a Solid State [SSD] or the traditional magnetic. The SSD will be more expensive and will also have a shorter life, but it will be way faster than the regular HD) 

At least 8 GB of Ram (4 is what is ok... but the computer will slow down after many updates.[quicker than with 8])

AMD or Intel processor (Intel would be preferred)

Power supply (mainly a Li battery)

A CD drive (or go the apple rout and make the user use a USB one)

A keyboard (or the more fancy laser keyboard)

A touchpad

A GPU .... Graphics card.

and a Network drive.

(for the OS... you can use Linux.)


All this would cost you roughly... as much ,if not more, as a high end gaming PC.


If you get me the materials I would put it together for you :D

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Mralig112 Featured By Owner Jan 15, 2014
Man that does sound pretty kick ass. If I ever get enough funds to buy the materials I'll be sure to drop you a message
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Ronofarr Featured By Owner Jan 15, 2014

You might want to take the other guy's advice as well. He seems to have way more knowledge on the specific parts required, and could probably give you a better estimate.


(it is best to go in with as much information as possible.)

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Mralig112 Featured By Owner Jan 15, 2014
Indeed I shall, I am going to attempt this come summer time when I have lots of free time
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Ronofarr Featured By Owner Jan 15, 2014

If there is anything I can help with, just ask. I would be happy to help if I can!

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Mralig112 Featured By Owner Jan 15, 2014
I'm sure I will need to, computer building is not my strong suit :P
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Ronofarr Featured By Owner Jan 15, 2014
Don't worry bout it. Honestly sometimes it is cheaper to get the prebuilt stuff.
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Mralig112 Featured By Owner Jan 15, 2014
I hope so, university budgets can only get so much :P
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ATFan2 Featured By Owner Jan 14, 2014  Hobbyist Writer
Yeah, but a high end pc costs rather expensive. It's basically a laptop but just shaped a bit different, especially the keyboard and the monitor. Sorta like a summary of what you're saying. That may cost a bit, all the custom made parts.

But that's really cool of you to out line exactly what will be needed ^-^
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Ronofarr Featured By Owner Jan 14, 2014

well... more of a general check list. As computers are pretty persnickety about what will work and what will not. If I stated a specific motherboard, I would also need to state a specific ram and processor. (I really didn't want to do that research as laptops are a little bit harder to make from scratch... much more effort and planning ya know?)


[also I forgot the cooling system. oops]

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