Build a mini gaming monster
There’s so much wasted space inside your average desktop PC. In most cases, only one PCI-E slot gets used, for the graphics card, while most of the drive bays sit empty. If your PC takes up loads of room, but most of its interior is empty space then why not downsize for your next build?
In this issue we take a look at which components you need to buy to build a mini PC, as well as offering tips and tricks for the build, whether you’re cooling it with air or water. Along the way, we also have a roundup of the latest Z370 mini-ITX motherboards (see p40) and we’ve also taken a look at ASRock’s latest mini-ITX engineering marvel, which can take an 18-core CPU and even support quad-channel memory (see p26).