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Best 1000$ "Portable" Gaming PC For YOU!

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For all those people that travel a lot and yet wanna have a portable gaming pc I made this: http://pcpartpicker.com/p/zLW8cf

 

***When you first arrive at the site, you will see a small issue with the case and the graphics card. In this situation, THE LENGTH DOESN'T MATTER because you can simply remove one of the two bays which will block your video card.***

 

CPU: 3 facts:

         -8 cores

         -4.Ghz

         -OP

 

CPU Cooler: The most used CPU air cooling unit

 

Motherboard: So, I've been doing some research on cheap, but good AM3+ Micro ATX MOBOs and I've come across this. The Gigabyte GA-78LMT-USB3 is the MOBO I went with because it supports 32 GBs of RAM, and max 4 RAM slots, which is great if you want to upgrade to 32 GBs in a few years.

 

RAM: 16 GBs is simply overkill, unless you do a lot of video editing

 

Storage: 4TB SSHD?!?!?! This will serve you for A LONG time, you basically won't have to delete anything, adn it's not as slow as an HDD, but also not as fast as an SSD, so it's in the middle.

 

Video Card: GTX 970. I know there has been a lot of s**t about "970 actually has 3.5 and not 4GB". If you're a casual gamer like me, you just wanna play some games like BF4, COD, CS GO, GTA V etc. this isn't going to be a problem for you, trust me.

 

Case: Not much to say about it. It's small (Pun Counter #1).

 

PSU: I honestly put a 600W in there for some people that like to OC their CPU or GPU. Who knows, maybe even OC a calculator. Idc.

 

Optical drive: it gets the job done (Pun Counter #2).

 

So that's pretty much it guys, I want to thank everyone for taking their time to read this whole text, and I wanna know YOUR opinion on this PC build.

 

Thank You

 

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Ehm, and the reason for an SFX PSU is?


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For all those people that travel a lot and yet wanna have a portable gaming pc I made this: http://pcpartpicker.com/p/zLW8cf

 

***When you first arrive at the site, you will see a small issue with the case and the graphics card. In this situation, THE LENGTH DOESN'T MATTER because you can simply remove one of the two bays which will block your video card.***

 

CPU: 3 facts:

         -8 cores

         -4.Ghz

         -OP

 

CPU Cooler: The most used CPU air cooling unit

 

Motherboard: So, I've been doing some research on cheap, but good AM3+ Micro ATX MOBOs and I've come across this. The Gigabyte GA-78LMT-USB3 is the MOBO I went with because it supports 32 GBs of RAM, and max 4 RAM slots, which is great if you want to upgrade to 32 GBs in a few years.

 

RAM: 16 GBs is simply overkill, unless you do a lot of video editing

 

Storage: 4TB SSHD?!?!?! This will serve you for A LONG time, you basically won't have to delete anything, adn it's not as slow as an HDD, but also not as fast as an SSD, so it's in the middle.

 

Video Card: GTX 970. I know there has been a lot of s**t about "970 actually has 3.5 and not 4GB". If you're a casual gamer like me, you just wanna play some games like BF4, COD, CS GO, GTA V etc. this isn't going to be a problem for you, trust me.

 

Case: Not much to say about it. It's small (Pun Counter #1).

 

PSU: I honestly put a 600W in there for some people that like to OC their CPU or GPU. Who knows, maybe even OC a calculator. Idc.

 

Optical drive: it gets the job done (Pun Counter #2).

 

So that's pretty much it guys, I want to thank everyone for taking their time to read this whole text, and I wanna know YOUR opinion on this PC build.

 

Thank You

 

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You know nothing.

 

Why the hell are you using AMD for gaming especially in a SMALL CASE

 

The bottleneck and heat output is painful.


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AMD..... I can build a less expensive PC with an intel i5 and still be portable as fuck

AMD is not for gaming people need to understand 


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Late 2017 Build : Intel i7 8700k // Asus Prime Z370-A // G.Skill Trident Z 8x2 16GB // EVGA GTX 1080 Ti  // NZXT S320 Elite 

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It has an amd cpu, its not the best. Get an i5 or something, and R9 390 is better than GTX970 but cheaper.

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It has an amd cpu, its not the best. Get an i5 or something, and R9 390 is better than GTX970 but cheaper.

 

No not the 390, especially in a small case... 


Early 2019 Build : Ryzen 2600X // Asus Tuff X470 // G.Skill Trident Z RGB 8x2 16GB // MSI RTX 2070 // NZXT H500 

Late 2017 Build : Intel i7 8700k // Asus Prime Z370-A // G.Skill Trident Z 8x2 16GB // EVGA GTX 1080 Ti  // NZXT S320 Elite 

Late 2015 Build : Intel i7 6700k // Asus Maximus VI Gene Z170 //  Corsair LPX 8x2 16GB // Corsair RM650x PSU // Corsair Air 240 // Corsair H100i // Gigabyte GTX 970 // Samsung EVO 240 GB 

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http://pcpartpicker.com/p/4xrCQ7

Better, Faster, Smaller, Sexier.


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No not the 390, especially in a small case... 

yeah r9 390 is pretty long. Maybe the nano fury. It isnt out yet, but amd says its better then the r9 390 for way less power and less space!


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Best 1000$ "Portable" Gaming PC For YOU!

Don't tell me how to live my life.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

jk


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yeah r9 390 is pretty long. Maybe the nano fury. It isnt out yet, but amd says its better then the r9 390 for way less power and less space!

 

not about length, about heat... 


Early 2019 Build : Ryzen 2600X // Asus Tuff X470 // G.Skill Trident Z RGB 8x2 16GB // MSI RTX 2070 // NZXT H500 

Late 2017 Build : Intel i7 8700k // Asus Prime Z370-A // G.Skill Trident Z 8x2 16GB // EVGA GTX 1080 Ti  // NZXT S320 Elite 

Late 2015 Build : Intel i7 6700k // Asus Maximus VI Gene Z170 //  Corsair LPX 8x2 16GB // Corsair RM650x PSU // Corsair Air 240 // Corsair H100i // Gigabyte GTX 970 // Samsung EVO 240 GB 

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portable? Grab a laptop.


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Now THIS is a portable $1000 gaming rig, and it's the size of shoebox and will smash that shitty FX rig:

 

 
CPU Cooler: Cooler Master Seidon 120V 86.2 CFM Liquid CPU Cooler  ($48.99 @ SuperBiiz) 
Motherboard: ASRock Z97M-ITX/AC Mini ITX LGA1150 Motherboard  ($101.98 @ Newegg) 
Storage: Samsung 850 EVO-Series 250GB 2.5" Solid State Drive  ($97.95 @ OutletPC) 
Case: Silverstone Sugo SG13B Mini ITX Tower Case  ($39.99 @ Amazon) 
Total: $963.37
Prices include shipping, taxes, and discounts when available
Generated by PCPartPicker 2015-07-28 16:20 EDT-0400

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not about length, about heat... 

If I am not mistaken the nano fury is also watercooled. I have to look that up though!

 

EDIT: nope its a single fan card


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http://pcpartpicker.com/p/4xrCQ7

Better, Faster, Smaller, Sexier.

You put a CX series PSU lol anything but that.


 

 

i7-6700k  Cooling: Deepcool Captain 240EX White GPU: GTX 1080Ti EVGA FTW3 Mobo: AsRock Z170 Extreme4 Case: Phanteks P400s TG Special Black/White PSU: EVGA 850w GS Ram: 1x8 2400MHz Corsair LPX, 1x8 Avexir Core Series (blue LED) Storage 1x 1TB Seagate Barracuda 240GBSandisk SSDPlus, 480GB OCZ Trion 150 Future Upgrades: 2x 34" 1440p IPS Curved 21:9 Ultrawides and a 27" 1440p IPS Freesync/Gsync 120-144Hz panel

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AMD+Portable? Your best bet for a case is Cooler Master Haf XB Evo

 

Motherboard I think a MSI 970 Gaming is minimum and a MSI 990FX Gaming is best option.

 

But true portable you most got Athlon X4 860K or Intel, Mini-ITX mobo & Cooler Master 110, 120 or 130 case is great!

 

PSU? I vote for Cooler Master V650S! :D


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You put a CX series PSU lol anything but that.

Have you actually read the Johnny Guru reviews on the CX Series? Or ever used one?


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EVGA GTX 1060 ACX 2.0 | OCX Trion 150 240GB SSD | 7TB's of Hard Drives | Fractal Design XL R2
 EVGA 850W B2 80+ | Logitech G610 | Logitech MX Master 2S | 2x LG 35MBD-B

From a G3258 to dual Xeon E5-2670's

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Have you actually read the Johnny Guru reviews on the CX Series? Or ever used one?


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A $1000 gaming PC with an FX chip in it is terrible. LOL my system cost about $800 with a Xeon and a 970, though I only use 8GB of RAM instead of 16GB.


My system

CPU: Xeon E3-1231v3  Board: MSI Z97S SLI Krait Edition  GPU: EVGA GTX 970 SC ACX 2.0

RAM: G.Skill Ripjaws X DDR3-2400 CAS 11  SSD: Samsung 850 EVO 500GB  HDD0: HGST Deskstar NAS 4TB 7200RPM

HDD1: Seagate 1TB 7200RPM  HDD2: WD Black 1TB 7200RPM  CASE: Phanteks Enthoo Pro  PSU: Antec Neo Eco 620C

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I would like to see a case with handles if it's primary use is to be a lan box

I would like to ommit a hard drive to avoid possible damage during transporation

what's the optical drive for?

there are ITX 970's from Gigabyte - they ar smaller and ligher thus making it less damage anything during transporation

the CPU cooler is quite tall and I would not be comfortable swinging the case around - how horrible is the AMD stock heatsink? maybe use something like corsair H60 / H80 ?


CPU: Intel i7 5820K @ 4.20 GHz | MotherboardMSI X99S SLI PLUS | RAM: Corsair LPX 16GB DDR4 @ 2666MHz | GPU: Sapphire R9 Fury (x2 CrossFire)
Storage: Samsung 950Pro 512GB // OCZ Vector150 240GB // Seagate 1TB | PSU: Seasonic 1050 Snow Silent | Case: NZXT H440 | Cooling: Nepton 240M
FireStrike // Extreme // Ultra // 8K // 16K

 

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A $1000 gamnig PC with an FX chip in it is terrible. LOL my system cost about $800 with a Xeon and a 970, though I only use 8GB of RAM instead of 16GB.

Lol the one I put together in five minutes walks all over the FX rig he put together.


INTEL CORE i7 4820K | COOLER MASTER HYPER 212 EVO | GIAGBYTE X79-UP4 | CRUCIAL BALLISTIX SPORT 8GB | NVIDIA GEFORCE GTX 1070 | SAMSUNG 850 EVO 500GB | WESTERN DIGITAL CAVIAR BLUE 1TB | CORSAIR CRYSTAL SERIES 570X | EVGA BQ 650W

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God no, please no. 

 

 
CPU: Intel Core i5-4460 3.2GHz Quad-Core Processor  ($176.95 @ SuperBiiz) 
Motherboard: ASRock H97M-ITX/AC Mini ITX LGA1150 Motherboard  ($89.99 @ SuperBiiz) 
Video Card: Asus GeForce GTX 970 4GB Video Card  ($329.00 @ B&H) 
Case: Silverstone RVZ01B Mini ITX Desktop Case  ($79.99 @ Directron) 
Operating System: Microsoft Windows 8.1 OEM (64-bit)  ($88.88 @ NCIX US) 
Total: $951.29
Prices include shipping, taxes, and discounts when available
Generated by PCPartPicker 2015-07-28 16:29 EDT-0400
 
This one has Wi-Fi, bluetooth, a cool CPU, and windows. 

Ryzen 1600 - GTX 980Ti

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Have you actually read the Johnny Guru reviews on the CX Series? Or ever used one?

It's good for entry level builds. It's not reliable, and overclocking on it is just a no go. You can get much better PSUs and everyone should stay away from the CX series. I don't "need" to read reviews to know what's good and bad. http://pcpartpicker.com/part/evga-power-supply-110b20750vr Here is personally one of my favorite PSUs and it's better then thst CX. Corsair has some good PSUs but that is not one of the. All the good,ones are also over priced.


 

 

i7-6700k  Cooling: Deepcool Captain 240EX White GPU: GTX 1080Ti EVGA FTW3 Mobo: AsRock Z170 Extreme4 Case: Phanteks P400s TG Special Black/White PSU: EVGA 850w GS Ram: 1x8 2400MHz Corsair LPX, 1x8 Avexir Core Series (blue LED) Storage 1x 1TB Seagate Barracuda 240GBSandisk SSDPlus, 480GB OCZ Trion 150 Future Upgrades: 2x 34" 1440p IPS Curved 21:9 Ultrawides and a 27" 1440p IPS Freesync/Gsync 120-144Hz panel

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God no, please no. 

 

 
CPU: Intel Core i5-4460 3.2GHz Quad-Core Processor  ($176.95 @ SuperBiiz) 
Motherboard: ASRock H97M-ITX/AC Mini ITX LGA1150 Motherboard  ($89.99 @ SuperBiiz) 
Video Card: Asus GeForce GTX 970 4GB Video Card  ($329.00 @ B&H) 
Case: Silverstone RVZ01B Mini ITX Desktop Case  ($79.99 @ Directron) 
Operating System: Microsoft Windows 8.1 OEM (64-bit)  ($88.88 @ NCIX US) 
Total: $951.29
Prices include shipping, taxes, and discounts when available
Generated by PCPartPicker 2015-07-28 16:29 EDT-0400

 

I managed to fit a 4690K into the budget for $10 more, plus a liquid AIO. I think there shouldn't even be an HDD, that puts more risk in carrying it, especially since it's supposed to be portable, not a main rig. But I see you managed to fit a copy of Windows, so nice.


INTEL CORE i7 4820K | COOLER MASTER HYPER 212 EVO | GIAGBYTE X79-UP4 | CRUCIAL BALLISTIX SPORT 8GB | NVIDIA GEFORCE GTX 1070 | SAMSUNG 850 EVO 500GB | WESTERN DIGITAL CAVIAR BLUE 1TB | CORSAIR CRYSTAL SERIES 570X | EVGA BQ 650W

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It's good for entry level builds. It's not reliable, and overclocking on it is just a no go. You can get much better PSUs and everyone should stay away from the CX series. I don't "need" to read reviews to know what's good and bad. http://pcpartpicker.com/part/evga-power-supply-110b20750vr Here is personally one of my favorite PSUs and it's better then thst CX. Corsair has some good PSUs but that is not one of the. All the good,ones are also over priced.

Don't forget the SuperNOVA GS series. I think those are some of the best PSUs you can get. Little pricey though.


INTEL CORE i7 4820K | COOLER MASTER HYPER 212 EVO | GIAGBYTE X79-UP4 | CRUCIAL BALLISTIX SPORT 8GB | NVIDIA GEFORCE GTX 1070 | SAMSUNG 850 EVO 500GB | WESTERN DIGITAL CAVIAR BLUE 1TB | CORSAIR CRYSTAL SERIES 570X | EVGA BQ 650W

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I managed to fit a 4690K into the budget for $10 more, plus a liquid AIO. I think there shouldn't even be an HDD, that puts more risk in carrying it, especially since it's supposed to be portable, not a main rig. But I see you managed to fit a copy of Windows, so nice.

 

AIO does not fit in this case very well. The HDD is to bring the cost down. (I did not even touch the $1000 limit) and 4690K puts out more heat, and I wanted heat to be this things last problem. Plus AIOs don't like to be carried around even more than HDDs. 


Ryzen 1600 - GTX 980Ti

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