Nintendo GameCube has changed 20 years this year. Although the self-proclaimed celebrity section is already set up, the Reddit user has confirmed that you can squeeze the entire PC capable of playing high-end games to a high-end home.
Although not as popular as some of its successors such as the Wii and switchch, the gamecube design and popular titles – especially Super Smash Bros Melee–has been promoting a solid fanbase since its inception in 2001. In fact, Modder Cityle shared photos of his game kit on Reddit this week, featuring a Nvidia GeForce GTX 1650 graphics card, a Ryzen 5 4500u processor, 2TB Samsung 860 QVO solid-state drive, and 16GB of HyperX DDR4 RAM.
Cityle unveiled his building block Pano, and it seems that it was not easy to put so many difficult parts into something as big as GameCube. Although difficult these days, the console is only 5.9 × 6.3 × 4.3 inches (150 x 161 x 100 mm). Since there would not be enough need to complete the high-end gaming board inside this miniature, he transferred one from the Asus PN50 Mini PC.
Other changes include making the appropriate design of miniboard boards and placing the GPU on top of it. The disk drive opens to allow airflow and keeps the graphics card from overheating. Both devices are powered by Dell’s external power adapter, with its original power button, control ports, and LED indicator still in operation. My favorite part: Cityle painted a white paper as black as pink.
After testing the benchmark, Cityle realized that the smaller area had no problems with temperature. Its temperature is approximate 86 degrees Fahrenheit (30 degrees Celsius) inactive, and has a high load GPU hits around 140 degrees Fahrenheit (60 degrees Celsius) and CPU rotation 176 degrees Fahrenheit (80 degrees Celsius).
The final product is a very good GameCube that you can be hard to distinguish from the real thing. Cityle too working on a PC game setup in Sega Dreamcast. As a happy sucker, I have a habit of being humble and seeing its height may reduce efficiency in the old comforts. Someone please do the next GameBoy Pocket