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Is it possible to make a pc in a laptop bag?

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So this is my first time building a pc. I've been using laptops so I have a laptop bag because I use it for school also I've also been seeing a lot of very creative builds so I thought it would be a fun idea to try it. I also thought I would post my idea here for suggestions and maybe someone else has or will have a similar idea.

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You might need to get some holes in the bag for ventilation

Every part probably needs to be small form factor.

 


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Make a sturdy case inside > mount everything well > slim AIO cooler for CPU + SFF 1060 = win


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Sounds like a challenge. Honestly, i think it will flop. How will the bag not collapse with the parts (radiator, fans, tubes, power supply) without a metal stand with rubber ends and wether or not the bag is large enough to even fit enought components? Unless its a passive build, i dont think its positive.


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Or just put a laptop inside the bag and make holes for the ports xD

But in all seriousness, I don't think that'll be possible. Making an ITX and mounting handles to that would be a much better idea.


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And even if you managed to get all the parts to fit, you'd run the risk of it all going up in smoke (cuz hot computer parts inside a bag that'll most likely be some type of fabric is a huge fire hazard).


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for a first build, I wouldn't try something so challenging. You would want some experience modding and building before you do something so extreme


 

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