The Open Build Desk

On the surface today’s featured workspace looks, stylish desktop arrangement aside, fairly normal. Peeking under the hood, however, reveals that the guts of this Hackintosh setup are bolted right to the wall of the desk.

Lifehacker reader jdf_warrior opted to skip a case altogether for his Hackintosh build and secure the motherboard directly to the back wall of his sturdy desk — the hard drives are mounted to the underside of the desk, out of sight. If you do any frequent hardware tinkering it’s certainly tough to beat a board that’s as accessible as the power strip under the desk. Check out the pics below for a closer look.

The Open Build Desk [Lifehacker Workspace Show and Tell Pool]

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