On E3 2015 AMD has showcased the most powerful Mini-PC, but from that time we have not heard anything regarding it.  Now AMD Project Quantum has been cleared for our delight and you can enjoy the world’s first public look at Project Quantum outside the control of AMD. The Project Quantum custom PC has been intended to utilize the most recent Fiji powered graphics cards and is the liquid cooled start to finish. The little PC will pack enough power to control 4K gaming at 60 FPS.

AMD Project Quantum inside Look – Powered by Radeon R9 Fury X and Fully Liquid Cooled Concept PC


The red team uses a specially modified ASRock Z97E-ITX / Mini-ITX AC small-form-factor motherboard that accommodated a powerful Intel Core i7-4790K accompanied Crucial Ballistix RAM, AMD Radeon SSD, which is a rebrand of an OCZ SSD and Radeon R9 Fury X.

The use of a CPU from the competition team was something that really caught the eye, but it was clear that if AMD wanted a strong team without temperature problems they had no choice but to surrender to the evidence that Intel is well above that field.

As you will see below, we must recognize that space is pretty tight, as the entire top is reserved for the water cooling system. Interestingly, we find a single Radeon R9 Fury X, when the original proposal was the addition of Fury X2 dual Fiji XT GPU.

Project Quantum is unquestionably small-form-factor, measuring 6.5 inches tall by 9.5 inches wide by 9.5 inches deep. A couple of things set separated from other modest PCs I’ve seen up to now.


Project Quantum is surely a mind boggling little PC. It positions among one of the coolest I’ve found in a small production run. Yes, I’ve seen modded PC’s that are much all the more astonishing and surely wired better, however those are one-off machines.


Via: PCWorld

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