With streaming imminent, space and decibel levels to consider, and an inability to afford a new Zotac Mini PC, I have been searching for a small, powerful video game personal computer that I can build myself from which to pipe high-quality, high-frames-per-second video game play over the internet and into your computer screen.
Jay Mattison’s excellent No Compromise i7-8700K Mini-ITX PC Build is two years old and the case is currently not shipping from the UK, but it is still on the top of my wish-list to replace my current computer, an EN-1060 that has brought trouble-free joy for close to four years, and will star as streaming PC for the time being.
At the end of the day I may need to settle for a machine that is larger and noisier to compute quickly enough for butter-and-honey-smooth visuals that go well with a good coffee (thanks, Matt!) — time will tell!
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# Monday, 22 June 2020