Oh wonderful! Glad you guys like it. Next desk I want to do carbon fiber with gold accents, I think. Any suggestions?
Really? You have a link?
The table is 1.72 meters wide and is meant to accommodate two gaming chairs. I'll let your imagination take it from there :)
I always listen to my customers' constructive input. Video is gone! I'll put it in another time somewhere where it can be manually played.
Sorry, it's just me and I have to choose between spending the time to make a great site or spending the time to make a great desk.
Yes indeed I have! It's a brilliant card, however it was a last minute event and they didn't have one available for use. Next week I'll have one of those cards in my grubby little hands and I'll take some photos for you.
I started moving it last night and it hasn't quite made it yet. I'm giving it another 3 or 4 hours )
I'm a high res guy also. I wish it was dual 4k. Still, it's super cool looking.
It takes about two weeks to make a table. But that's not constant work. It's about 25 to 30 hours each. It's hand made, so it takes a lot longer than making a toyota. )
Here is a link to a video where I put it together. Look towards the end, and you will see me sitting on it and shaking and that dust doesn't move at all. I happen to weigh 74 kilos.
And you want to see how they are made, here is a video I did.
Sorry, I'm a crappy video producer.
They're made of thick 1.5 mm Steel that's incredibly durable. 55 kilos cam rock back and forth on it and the desk doesn't move at all, no matter if the 55 kilos is blonde or brunette.
Because it had to be a workstation card. Well I could have done two of them in crossfire, AMD only had one demo to put in there. Unfortunately I got to work with what I get.
Yes I know.
Thank you very much there is a smaller version available but I have not actually built one yet for display purposes I'll probably do that next week. it's a cool little thing for sure!
last week I came out with the smaller version. It is 90 CM wide and 58 cm deep. The desk in these photos is 120cm wide and 78 CM deep. If you go to the website and look at the row with 3 desks, it is the one on the left called the firefight.
They are available in the USA now.
I sell the smallest for 750, the middle one for 1199 and the largest one for 1499. If you want acrylic and side lighting, it's about $200 - simply because acrylic is ghastly expensive... at least here. Or you can download the acrylic template and see if you can get it done cheaper in the US. Those prices include clear glass (tinted like this one is an extra $25), but it's not ideal to ship the glass, so I can send the measurements to a glass company near you. Shipping is another matter. It's definitely not cheap to ship from Russia to, well, anywhere. You are looking at at least a few hundred bucks for that. I am working on ways to bring the shipping costs down, so I will keep you posted. At least now, I have most of the kinks worked out with getting it past Customs.
Damn, that's super nice! Great job! You liking that Threadripper? I love mine.
Thanks... I think HAHAHA.
Working on it. I can ship them there but it's not cheap. I am trying to find a good manufacturing company there to partner up with.
Well, at the moment, you will have to get it from Russia
Smaller version will be done in two weeks. I'll post a build! Oh... and about 33-40% less!
I designed it to take a quad processor motherboard for those that do serious rendering. But yeah, even my small desk will take an EATX.
Theoretically you could put 4 - two 480s in the front, a 420 in the left rear, and a 280 in the right rear. So you have a lot of options. It is 120 cm wide, 75 cm deep and 80cm tall. There is a wider version that can hold 2 motherboards, and that's 165 cm wide.
Then there is a smalier version that is just 90 CM wide and 57 CM deep. The little one will hold two 360 radiators and a 420 in the back. I haven't put them on the site yet though. Too much time making the actual desks!
In the desk, you can build a supremely powerful computer without sacrificing any extra floor space for a tower. Not only that, but it looks really cool. Anybody that comes into my office loves it and it's always the topic of conversation. That being said, it's not as easy to move as a tower. But you have to decide for yourself whether that's a con or not. If you're not the type of person that's consistently moving your Tower from room to room then it's not a big deal.
I manufacture the desks. Currently I'm making them here in Russia but I'm actively looking into manufacturing them in the United States as well. I'll keep you posted! In the mean time, check out badvolf.com
Sorry man... wasn't my decision.
It is for NVidia corporation, and they wanted the desk to showcase their video cards. Therefore, they are in their stock form.
These are the mid sized ones... they weigh about 85 lbs (metal and glass, no computer components). Still, it's much lighter than a comparable wooden desk. I am making a larger one... it is 1.5 meters wide and holds TWO motherboards (my first customer for this desk is someone from this site). that sucker is going to weigh about 110. Keep in mind, however, after you undo some nuts in the legs, the body lifts off and it is easily transportable. I do it all the time for various trade shows and events. Thanks for the compliment!
WOW!!! You are the FIRST person to catch that! For display, we turn the front fans backwards so it looks great from all angles. The pressure inside is relieved through the legs, so it actually doesn't affect cooling very much. but DAMN... great catch! So much for being confused and lost!
They wanted the stock GPUs, so no water cooling. Temps and voltages... I haven't actually checked. Lol - I'll try to knock out some benchmarks in a few days.
Right now, I put a Samsing 4K UH 850 on it and I am LOVING it. But the newest build, it's using the new ASUS CHG90 Monitor. Check it out! https://pcpartpicker.com/b/cNyXsY
You are right! I used this 49" monitor in my latest build. Check it out!
I agree, however it's the monitor that Asus wanted me to use because it's a brand new gaming monitor that they have out here. Now that the table is back in my living room, I plan on putting the 39 inch wide Samsung on it, or the 32" 4k
Thank you! It means a lot hearing so many positive comments, as well as constructive feedback. In fact, this last few days, I have been devoting to the sheet metal desk design and making some changes based on a few comments here. So, THANK YOU ALL!
Not a bit. The entire thing is rock solid and the glass actually sits on two very thin strips of silicone, which acts to dampen any vibrations actually as well as as acts barrier in case a drink is spilled. The liquid runs out the front and the back and on to the floor.
Not sure if that is a joke referring m to my political asylum here or if you mean it. Fingerprints - I wipe it once a day. And once before taking photos. It's glass, gonna get prints. But it's not as bad as you might think.
Running two video cards in SLI is absolutely incredible. When I do a render with the processor only, it takes 2 hours and 39 minutes to render that desk. When I do it on the threadripper, it takes 59 minutes and 30 seconds. When I use one video card and the processor, it takes 12 minutes. But when I use two video cards and the processor, it takes just over 5 minutes. I still have yet to try two video cards in SLI with the threadripper processor but I suspect it will be three and a half for 4 minutes. I really wanted to try with the Vega but SolidWorks visualize does not work with that card.
Nobody on here knows, this is the first time I'm mentioning it. It's not a bad processor, honestly I don't play games so I don't know what to tell you it's a good processor or a bad processor. I do a lot of rendering however, and I have to tell you I love the threadripper. It's two and a half times faster it rendering a 4K 3D image then that particular processor. I'm absolutely dying to try out the new 18 core Intel. It's going into the table tomorrow!
When I did my first desk, I didn't have a single cent. Well, a few cents, but not nearly enough to build a computer. I am in Russia for political asylum (read HERE for information:
Anyways, after I designed the desk in SolidWorks, I went to different companies looking for sponsors. I took whatever they would give me, and not knowing if I would do anything special, I had to settle for middle-of-the-road parts fro Intel. Asus, however, always loved my vision and jumped in with both feet. Now that they are loving my desks and I was featured in PC Magazine Russia, they give me better stuff. http://ru.pcmag.com/korpusa/34358/feature/istoriia-stola-kompiutera-badvolf-rasskazannaia-ego-konstruk
Well, it's 8mm tempered glass so it's pretty strong. But if you happen to break it, I would imagine it would make a pretty good mess. Luckily glasses not conductive so if it did break and fall in to the computer then the same would happen to any computer with a tempered glass cover. You'd have to beg your girlfriend to come over and fix your mess.
I built it in early June. Sorry! My new table I have the thread Ripper and the table and building today is going to have the i9 in it.
Yes it is. There's a wireless charger built into the desk!
I see a lot of people are under the impression this desk is a one of a kind custom made piece. Actually, my comoany produces these desks cases in Russia. I'm hoping to start making them for sale in the USA next year. You can check them out at Badvolf.com .
If I do start making then in the usa, I'll give the people from this site a 20% discount for being awesome!
Since so many of you like the women (with the desk of course), I added some additional photos. ;)
I have made many different changes to this particular desk, one of the problems that I have is that companies want to use it for promotion and therefore the components on it or in it change frequently. Another problem that I have, except it is a good problem, is that I have Hardware manufacturers literally throwing stuff at me because of my work attracts a lot of attention here. Frankly Speaking, sometimes it's hard to remember exactly what is where in terms of the final Hardware I decide to go with. My apologies for any mistakes, someone else caught another mistake when I listed the video cards has 1080 strix instead of the 1080 Poseidon video cards.
Right now the table is being used by Asus at gaming World in Moscow, I will be there tomorrow to do some final touches and I will double check what fans in memory it is. Thank you very much for your feedback!
Thank you for the opinion. I am always on the lookout for better ways to do things. I would love to hear your ideas so in the future I can use that additional knowledge.
I use the thread ripper in my last build. I must tell you I am so very impressed with that processor, I cannot lie. I'm not a gamer. I am a 3D CAD developer and for me the threadripper is the cat's meow. However, a lotof BadVolf HyperPC are used for promotional items and I have Hardware manufacturers throwing equipment at me. So I used what I get,
Statistical analysis of 40 GB data bases. The video cards are also being used to process that information.