Building a small form factor gaming PC is a tricky business. For one thing, there simply isn’t enough room to fit as many components as you would put in a mid- or full-size gaming PC. Multiple graphics cards aren’t likely, and oversized power supplies (not to mention CPU heatsinks) usually present major challenges. The other issue is the heat: with space at a premium, good airflow becomes even more important, but all the harder to preserve. And don’t expect your customers to give you leeway on performance, looks, or (and this might be the toughest target of all) noise. But it’s not a lost cause, especially with the Nvidia GeForce GTX Titan delivering so much power (and whisper-quiet cooling) in a single card. AVADirect thinks it has threaded the needle with its latest Mini Gaming PC, built around Nvidia's latest powerhouse.
AVADirect Mini Gaming PC: Titan in a Small Package
This is an outstanding looking rig... I would love to open it up and play with it... or keep it closed and play on it...
This tiny titan would make the perfect LAN party PC!
nice gaming mini pc
Holy **** ! I hope it's shock resisting. Ideal for lans and contest.
Pretty awesome little rig. Buddy of mine always thought about building rigs for LAN parties or just to have somewhat mobile and this would fit the bill perfect. Not to mention the titan!
My rig - I7-4770K, ASUS Z87-A Mobo, 16 GB Corsair Ram, AMD 7990 GPU, CoolIT AiO Cooler, NZXT H630
I can personally say this bitfenix case is awesome. I got mine from Ironside Computers, and I splurged and got their Iron Tundra liquid cooling in it, and I was shocked to see how well it fit the liquid cooling. For a small case it can fit a lot in in it. My computer was actually very similiar to this. The main difference besides the cooling, was I didn't get the titan when I purchased mine, I got the GTX 680, but it's still an awesome graphics card. Plays anything I want on ultra settings.
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