Description

I built it because I wanted a carryable PC(8.4kg,18.5lb).

PC cases in the world are too big. Don't you think so? So I built a portable PC using the Mini-ITX standard. I bought a water-cooled CPU cooler by some mistake, so I used a PC case that can use it. As a result, I like it very much. I plan to upgrade as needed to compete for the next five years.

Benchmark Scores

Firestrike: 16269 p

Cinebench R15 Single: 213 cb

Cinebench R15 Multi: 1279 cb

PUBG High Preset:  100,130-144fps *For display reasons, the maximum frame rate is set to 144 fps.

Thanks for checking out my build/wall of text.

By the way, this sentence is written by machine translation. Please forgive me. I'll do anything. I'm Japanese.

Part Reviews

CPU

Stable. I was really going to buy an i9 -9900 k. However, I realized that I am a general consumer and not a professional. I came to myself and decided to buy an i5-9600 K with sufficient performance. But I noticed something. I bought a water cooler two months before I bought a CPU. So I chose the i7-9700 K, which has a meaning in water cooling.

CPU Cooler

What I really bought was LT 240. It's very quiet and I like it. This cooler(LT 240) can refill coolant by myself. It will be refilled in a few years. Also,I use the alphacool's Eisfrost Xtreme fluid metall paste for the thermal paste. It has a thermal conductivity of 40 W/mK.

Motherboard

Stable.I think this is one of the cheap motherboard with a metal base that cools down an M2 SSD. This base, which I thought was a cover, is just a base. I was a little disappointed. It's nice that there's another M2 SSD slot on the back. However, the disadvantage is that the Wi-Fi speed is outdated. (Up to 344 Mbps)

Memory

32 GB is arrogant. It's a surplus. Great. and 3200 MHz.Dual channel is the most basic. :))

Storage

Stable. I chose it because it has DRAM cache.(500GB model has 512MB DDR3) After all, do SSDs need DRAM cache? Teach me, wise man!

Storage

It's big and fast. This SSD has 1GB DDR3 cache too. And it has SLC write cache. (approx. 100~140GB)

Video Card

Sufficient performance in a 1080p environment. But don't think i can get a better RTX for the same price if i don't buy it early.Yeah I know...

Case

The main character of this article. It is very beautiful and complete. It has to be a PC case that fits in a suitcase, so I checked it carefully before buying it. My suitcase is H: 22.8 ", W: 16.5", B: 10.2 "(58 x 42 x 26 cm) and it can fit into it. The case can have an ATX power supply built in.

Operating System

I'm fed up with bugs. Make it half price.

Comments

  • 1 month ago
  • 1 point

You surely love the word 'stable'.

Well balanced PC. Great Build +1

  • 1 month ago
  • 1 point

oof, hes japanese go easy

  • 1 month ago
  • 1 point

I didn't mean to insult him. Its just a joke.

  • 1 month ago
  • 1 point

I know what you mean. I'm glad to hear your response.

  • 1 month ago
  • 1 point

The pleasure is all mine, sir.

  • 1 month ago
  • 1 point

Stable is a good thing to hear.

  • 1 month ago
  • 1 point

Ikr It's fine, it means its running as advertised

  • 1 month ago
  • 1 point

Thanks a lot. But cutting corners is not good, so I will add more ;) Thank you for reading.

  • 1 month ago
  • 1 point

Nice build! Temps look a little high on the CPU and GPU. I know your overclocking the CPU, so that makes sense. However, the GPU is throwing off a lot of heat based off the info posted. Any issues when you reach those temps?

  • 1 month ago
  • 1 point

Thank you for your response! There is no particular problem. The ambient temperature is around 22 ° C, but if you look at the HWinfo image, the GPU fan only outputs 57% at 80 ° C. In other words, we have 43% more. The GPU fan speed is set automatically, but if i set it manually, it can lower the temperature. And I use Firestorm from ZOTAC for my GPU control application.

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  • 1 month ago
  • 1 point

That's right. The log data is the one when i run the Firestrike.

  • 1 month ago
  • 1 point

That's the smallest fan I've ever seen being used on that M.2 heatsink. Is that from Akihabara?

  • 1 month ago
  • 1 point

Yes, it is CB-7010M2 from AINEX.I bought this at Amazon Japan. Akihabara is too far for me. it has 20mm fan and 3.23CFM. It may be effective, but the heat sink on the motherboard is sufficient, so it doesn't seem to be overwhelmingly efficient. MAYBE...