I wanted to build a nice, cheap, portable gaming computer, and that's what I did. This is a computer for Jacob, who is not a heavy PC gamer and is on a tight budget; This is why the peripherals suck ***

Part Reviews


It seems fast, but it runs at 100 degrees Celsius at idle, even with a $50 Noctua cooler on it.

CPU Cooler

0 sound. It spins at 2500RPM, but for me, is still 100 degrees at idle. I think something is defective, because this is an awesome cooler.


This is very small, and it has lots of ports. The first time I bought it it didn't work. The Bluetooth WiFi adapter has these two wires that pop off very easily. There are wires on the motherboard. There are only 2 RAM slots.


It's RAM. It does RAM stuff.


It boots fast. My SSD was 50/60 gb full with 10gb of data in it. I don't know why

Video Card

Lights up in red and white, but I can't talk about how it looks because I can't see it in my Mini-ITX case


Amazing, innovative case! ***** to assemble, but in that little space, I was impressed. Fits any video card on the market

Power Supply

Good power supply, just enough wattage.


  • 45 months ago
  • 4 points

Ugh, that cable management tho...

  • 45 months ago
  • 3 points

Yeah it sucks but there's not many places to put it

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  • 45 months ago
  • 2 points

105c on the cpu is crazy hot, you should try and bring it down if you are going to tinker with anything but congratulations on fitting so much power in such a small case

  • 45 months ago
  • 2 points

I know it's crazy, I've read online about it and it appears that the sensors are not very accurate and that I should use the AMD program so see thermal margin, honestly I spent the $50 extra for an awesome cooler and I don't give a **** anymore, I'm, not overclocking it.

  • 37 months ago
  • 2 points

Your temps will drop if you turn that fan around that you have on the panel that is right above the CPU cooler. In the pictures I can see that you have it set to exhaust air, so it is trying to work against the Noctua fan.

  • 34 months ago
  • 2 points

^ what he said is true no wonder youre getting wacko thermal readings

  • 40 months ago
  • 1 point

Wow now that is too close for comfort in wattage for me.

+1 for bravery!

  • 31 months ago
  • 1 point

Can you fit a standard 120mm fan into the GPU area? I see you have a standard 120mm fan for your CPU area right? I have a question that if a non-slim(standard 25mm) fan can fit in GPU area