FULL TOUR of my $5,000 Hotel Room Gaming Setup!

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Somekidwithanm4 +8

I bought the HYTE after you reviewed and my god, from someone who has built a fair few ITX systems, it was a breath of fresh air. So many "normal" ITX issues they fixed, it's compact enough, different, great airflow and easy to drag around. Thanks for introducing me to it Kyle!

Brandon Mihalich +119
Brandon Mihalich

Thanks for showing me the pc world lots of love, Brandon.

MrGronk716 +25

man can I say I really love your videos man. been watching a lot lately and I've really been learning a huge amount about the gaming pc life so to say lol. i am still pretty new to the whole thing and I really enjoy watching and learning about how things work and go together. I've been using my first build for about 6 or 7 months now and loving it just wish the market wasn't garbage so I could actually make some decent upgrades to this beautiful beast lol. but keep up the awesome content man!!!


PC looks great. I'm really enjoying the look of the case, like a high end audio component or speaker.

Zuzu Finke
Zuzu Finke

I use the revolt 3 as well but I have my rad open with the swing door for better temps. With it open you can see the RGB on the AIO and ram and makes dusting easier. If i need to move it its easy to close back up and move it around with that handle.



Dan Simms +2
Dan Simms

Man, that is so perfect that your keyboard fits there in that case, that would have tickled me too.

Jarrod'sTech +301

Regular hotel room: old TV that barely works

Jeremy Barber
Jeremy Barber

Continually amazed by that case, thanks for the run down!

iAmDickel +59

id rather bring a laptop for quick setup and i know the speed difference is noticeable but still the portability is there

Rick Grimes
Rick Grimes

Would certainly like to see the version 2.0 for CES build and setup video.

Cyber Joe
Cyber Joe

You can make the stabs quite a bit better by band-aid modding them, gets rid of most of the rattle. Maybe you could make a video on the wrkhrs channel about it. That would be awesome♥️


Awesome stuff Kyle @Bitwit keep up the awesome work my friend 🙂

Sinister Pixel +9
Sinister Pixel

Kyle be like "gonna go do my grocery shopping. Here's the custom PC I built to use inside Kroger's"


I love how his portable pc is like 40 times better then my main one

DctrGizmo +90

A laptop with a monitor honestly makes more sense to bring to a hotel.


Kyle so respected by AMD he got a CPU that’s not even released yet. 😂but in all honesty I think a 65w Ryzen 7 5700 would sell like crazy


Traveling with a whole monitor and tower is definitely a no, too much risk compared to a laptop that you can just shove in a nice case and get some work quickly done. Which also reinforces the fact that hotels usually have dogwater speeds so pointless to even game on that net let alone stream… rip

Mikkel Breiler
Mikkel Breiler

I love the video. Please do a Venetian version of the setup.

Michael Flynn
Michael Flynn

A Razer laptop is perfect for these types of use cases. Not a pain to travel, and easy set up