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After much research and thought, I decided to build a much more portable gaming rig. I shot for the moon on this one and ended up with lint in my pockets and a smile on my face. The RVZ03B case wasn't too difficult to build in, but the build did take quite a lot of time; I'd say around 7 hours from start to finish.
The case has just enough space in which to cram all of these parts and accompanying cables. Had I pre-planned the build a bit more, I might have been able to shave a couple of hours off my build time, but I enjoy figuring things out as I go. Here's the build order that I used for this:
The above list of steps looks fairly straightforward, but there were plenty of frustrating delays when figuring out how to run cables and which order to install the components. However, the experience was well worth the trouble.
Edit 01: To prevent any thermal issues with the CPU, I decided to limit the max power draw to 95W and TjMax to 80C. I haven't noticed any perceptible reduction in performance, but I'm sure benchmarks would show some. In fact, Ian Cutress from AnandTech recently published an article about power limiting the 9900K: The Intel Core i9-9900K: Fixing The Power for SFF. It's worth a look through if you are interested in powerful SFF build like this.