In 2015, AMD announced Project Quantum, a compact gaming system with two GPUs and a liquid cooling system. Unfortunately, she never received the status of a serial product. AMD limited itself to creating a few prototypes, and they were based on Intel Core processors.
Original AMD Project Quantum
From time to time, information pops up on the Web about the potential return of AMD to work on Project Quantum, for example, in 2020 a corresponding patent was issued. However, no official statements have been made in this regard.
An enthusiast with the pseudonym “stand_up_g4m3r” decided to create his own version of AMD Project Quantum. As a basis, he took an ASRock DeskMini X300 mini-computer with a Ryzen 7 5700G APU and 32 gigabytes of DDR4. Of course, this configuration does not compare with AMD’s ambitious project, but it does not cause problems with cooling.
The body of the system was made on a 3D printer, and a liquid cooling system was responsible for removing heat from the hybrid chip. The enthusiast promised to publish files for 3D printing of the case as soon as the number of subscribers on his YouTube channel exceeds one thousand. In other words, everyone will be able to assemble an alternative version of AMD Project Quantum.