Ryzen 7 PRO 4750G gaming machine

A Chiphell member crammed the brand new Ryzen 7 PRO 4750G (an 8-core 16-thread powerhouse) into Turemetal's 2-liter (think Nintendo Wii console) DP2 case, and the result is predictable. After only 10 minutes of stress testing, temperature rose to a whopping 95°C.

The DP2 is a nifty little case with unique features like three cooling panels and four 8mm heat pipes but it still can't cope with a 65W AMD CPU. More than ever, we strongly advise owners of small cases like the DP2, the Akasa Euler or the Streacom FC8, to use 35W processors.

Source: Chiphell