This gaming PC has an Nvidia RTX GPU and fits in your backpack

A nifty gaming PC modder has created a dinky rig that will fit in your backpack, and its GPU is faster than an Nvidia RTX 3060 Ti. The bite-sized build features a pleasing wood-grain aesthetic and minimalist design, while packing enough punch to run a plethora of PC games.

Dubbed the “Neon Rocket,” the tiny gaming PC uses a modified Nvidia RTX A4000, a professional-grade graphics card with 16GB of VRAM. Although the green team’s GPU is by no means small, Reddit user Runamok81 managed to squeeze it into a compact space by replacing its shroud with an RTX 3060 cooler, reducing its length while retaining a large single fan.

Despite its size, the Neon Rocket is also equipped with an AMD Ryzen 7 5800X3D processor, 32GB of Kingston Fury Renegade gaming RAM, massive 4TB M.2 NVMe SSD storage and Enhance 600W power supply . Runamok81 even managed to include flashy RGB lighting inside the incredibly small build Densium 4 PC case.

A ridiculously small RTX powerhouse

The Neon Rocket mini gaming PC is impressive on many levels, especially since it could probably outrun many full-size rigs. Still, there’s something particularly charming about the fact that you can throw it in a backpack and carry it around, something that evokes Nintendo Gamecube vibes.

If you regularly attend LAN events, you’re probably already fantasizing about how easily you could just carry your machine on your back, rather than lugging your desktop computer to events. Sure, you can get one of those VR gaming PCs that’s literally a backpack, but not everyone likes to look like a Ghostbuster.

Robert P. Miller