This powerful all-in-one suitcase PC can definitely be installed on my desktop PC.Designed by Matt DIY allowance Youtube channel, this version of the rich sound system, huge specifications and a lot of portability made me salivate at the idea of sitting at the end of the garden and playing The Witcher, just like some lurking, technologically full of Leshy.
This thing not only includes a complete water ring and a folding three 144Hz screens, it can even install a full-size keyboard and mouse in the rear panel for easy transportation. Therefore, I think it is worth showing off-few people have launched something as portable and powerful as this.
I mean, people have made three-screen prototypes before, but the results are not always good. Ask Razer…
Matt started this incredible build by prying open the old monitor and installing some 3D printed brackets on the back. This makes it possible to install a lightweight aluminum frame and back plate with holes and cutouts for installing all of them in the powerful components of a PC.
Installed in a powerful and efficient 16-core, 32-thread AMD Ryzen 9 5950X, with a 4.9GHz boost clock, Matt chose the mini-ITX motherboard to minimize the footprint. Nvidia GeForce RTX 3080 complements this. Both CPU and GPU are equipped with water cooling blocks, which can be integrated into a complete water cooling circuit.
Since a large amount of heat is expected to be dissipated, cooling is an important function.
The liquid circuit was cleverly tested with a pressure gauge before it was filled and connected to four low-profile Alphacool NexXxoS UT60 X-Flow 40mm Hepta radiators.Attached six small Noctua fans, after Matt’s use Invisible PC construction Quite messy—as he himself admitted—has now been gorgeous and neatly rewired.
In order to add points to a powerful PC like this, Matt purchased a 3,600MHz Crucial Ballistix 64GB RAM kit and two 8TB Samsung SSDs to provide sufficient fast storage. But don’t worry, he will edit all the data he carries with him for video editing, but he is temporarily in danger. As soon as he arrived at his studio, he transferred it to his new 100TB Synology NAS for backup.
As part of the goal is to build an all-in-one PC with a sound solution that surpasses any known all-in-one PC so far, Matt chose to add a pair of independent Harman Kardon sound drivers and a Tang Band T3 2190s subwoofer. Reduce to 50Hz. In addition to using a 3D printed D-coupler for some smart installation on the groove to absorb vibrations, this also provides a rich, rounded sound without much work.
For portable devices, it is important that all of this helps to avoid any bulky external speakers with you.
Going all out, the selected components (including the display) consume about 600W of power, so Matt chose a pair of AC to DC power adapters instead of trying to plug in a full-size PSU. They provide up to 800W of power to the central block, which in turn regulates it and distributes it throughout the system. Thanks to this solution, this thing is much lighter. These components also run from a kettle lead, so there won’t be a hundred wires on the desktop.
The whole construction is a huge portable power unit. Although there is room for improvement, it shows the types of components you can install into the portable frame, with a little ingenuity.
However, I am not sure if it can be taken out in the UK weather. This may end in a very bad way.