Console conversions are nothing new, but sleeper console conversions using dedicated GPUs are true unicorns. Craft Computing, seen above describing his hot glue, has taken up an awesome but extremely difficult SFF modding challenge by turning an Xbox One S case into a fully functional SFF PC; complete with a GPU.
Console cases are designed for a very specific piece of a custom hardware with much lower power requirements than an average PC. For the Xbox One S, that hardware was basically an APU consisting of 8 tablet CPU cores and a slow GPU by 2013 standards. However, through the power of 3D printing, blood, sweat, and hot glue, Craft Computing has managed build a solidly quick PC in the 7L case. This includes and i3-10100F CPU, RTX A2000 6GB GPU, B460-I ITX motherboard, and 250W Pico ITX PSU.
This makes this machine powerful enough to emulate the Xbox One S that once lived in this case!
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