"Luggable in British (ˈlʌɡəbəl), adjective, informal: (esp of computers) portable, but with difficulty"
Preciselly what defines this build, its not a portable system, its a luggable system with no compromises.
It all started when i bought the case and motherboard with the idea of making an HTPC for my living room. It was supposed to be a simple 2400g build and nothing else, but it just went downhill from there, got too excited about the Ryzen platform that i decided i was going to sell my X58 system as a whole and build this one as a "luggable" workstation, just so i could take wherever i wanted, when i wanted. I tried to make the system as reasonable as possible, but in the end it still came out with a few kinky parts such as the RGB Thermaltake Toughpower 650w PSU, which was supposed to be an EVGA 750B3, but the store damaged it before shipping so i got this model as an upgrade free of charge, the IMPOSSIBLE to find new CM HAF 915R case, which i managed to find brand new in box and a BD Burner which was a total necessity. The day i built it was the coldest day of the year on my town at 0ºc and yet the CPU diode temperature under stress test managed to hit 83º and sit there, not ideal, and since i could only fit a thick 120mm rad and some fans in the empty part of the case, i decided to go with the Corsair H80i V2. It hasn't arrived yet, so i can't vouch for it, but i think its going to do the trick.
I reside in Brazil and bought everything locally just so i could have them in a reasonable time frame, which should explain the "inflated" prices, i just bought one stick of RAM from Newegg (because i couldn't find a matching stick locally, so i'll have to wait).