This is it! The rarest of components in one package. A 3080 and a 4750G!?
Note: I normally place a screw in the GPU bracket, but I did not have it in for these pictures.
The CPU is such a low wattage chip that it doesn't require hefty cooling, so it never goes above 60 C at full load. There are no case fans needed.
I use SFF Noir Antennas instead of the included Gigabyte ones.
Check out the mechanisms on the "door" of the case. It feels like pulling open a kitchen cabinet - super easy.
The custom cables make it much easier to take the card off and on and they are easy to stow inside above the RAM on the right.
The GPU has a packplate and does not empty much heat into the case itself. I undervolt the 3080 and clock it higher than stock and it never goes higher than 70 C at full load while still staying silent.
The Travel Transformer
This computer is purpose built for traveling, working, and gaming. It is small enough that it can fit into any bag so that I can take it to the office during the day and then take it home and pop in the graphics card for gaming (it takes 10 seconds to do without tools).
It is built around the AMD 4750G which runs cool with the Scythe Big Shuriken 3 (no more than 60 C ever). It runs silent! It's quieter than most laptops.
The GPU is the EVGA XC3 3080 that took me dozens of trips to Microcenter to get. The case took a few months to acquire from Taobao. It is the earliest version of Yiluka YLK 01 that I acquired in late summer.
Everything about this build has been a journey in itself, and it's my best build I've ever had. It takes only a few screws to take apart entirely and I never needed to add any case fans because the CPU cooler keeps the VRM and RAM and NVME cool enough.