Monday, February 18, 2013

GIGABYTE Z77N-WIFI powers Project Ayr - The latest Jeffrey Stephenson Creation


Firstly, let’s get one thing clear: Jeffrey Stephenson is not a case modder. He does not modify cases. Jeffrey designs and hand-builds small form factor PCs inspired by art-deco and other classic genres, using materials such as teak, mahogany and basswood. The results can only be described as breath-taking.

The latest build is known as Project Ayr. Based on the GIGABYTE Z77N-WIFI motherboard, Project Ary is described in Jeffrey’s own words as “…a solid state, fanless, no-moving-parts, dead silent home theater PC in aluminum and mahogany. Features include Intel HD4000 graphics and an Intel Cherryville SSD.”




Here’s a short video from the man himself, showing his new creation.

You can find more info, photos (inc. step by step photos) here.

More info about the small form factor GIGABYTE Z77N-WIFI Mini-ITX board can be found here.

1 comment:

  1. What is this stuff? looks weird but cool dah :)

    if you do not mind can also visit my website , thanks ^^


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