A custom PC the size of a shoebox, but with a beastly Ryzen R5 2600 and GTX 1060 for twice the power of my old build. I discuss the components I selected, the build process, and the final performance and cooling.
Recently I built a tiny little mid-range video editing and light gaming PC. Using MSI’s new B450I ITX board and Corsair’s H60 all-in-one liquid cooler, I was able to run a Ryzen R5 2600 and GTX 1060 in an enclosure the size of a shoebox. In this video I share my thought process and experience of building in the SG13 with a liquid cooler (cable management and the like) as well as the cooling, performance, and overclocking capability of the system.
Full parts list: https://pcpartpicker.com/list/4Lf7sZ
Final price of all components: ~$900
A few of these parts were pulled from my old build, namely:
So the price of the upgrade was about $450.
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