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Building a nana spec IN WIN BM639

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Hey guys. First post on the site so I am feeling pretty lame.

Just built a budget Bitfenix Prodigy rig for my mates church. Really cheap and simple and still loved the whole process!

I am now looking at building a very basic, very cheap mini ITX build for my grandparents.

Looking at using a IN WIN BM639 case http://www.in-win.com.tw/products_pccase_series.php?cat_id=1&series_id=49

And this motherboard? Haha
http://ark.intel.com/products/56456/Intel-Desktop-Board-D2700DC

Its an integrated atom processor and since they are cheap and small i thought it would do!

$120 New Zealand dollars makes it very affordable.

Has anyone ever used one? And it only takes 1066 RAM which is a little disapointing, will this be worth building? Or should i just get normal components and just build a normal sized tower?

Any advice welcome!!
post #2 of 12
Storage?

You could probably go with a much smaller case even.
post #3 of 12
Thread Starter 
Just going for a 64Gb SSD.
post #4 of 12
So the InWin will obviously be fine for the build, and it's fairly small.

Just a few things:
- Is it important that the PSU be internal?
- Do aesthetics matter?

There are a ton of cases out there, but considering price-consciousness, you may want to go with the most inexpensive, reasonable option.
post #5 of 12
Thread Starter 
Yea aesthetics pretty important! And PSU doesnt matter too much. I am more concerned about the motherboard with integrated processor TBH! Are they any good???
post #6 of 12
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Thinking about using this case now.

http://www.in-win.com.tw/products_pccase_series.php?cat_id=1&series_id=81

Will a 120W PSU run that motherboard, a SSD and DVD drive?

Thanks for your replies!
post #7 of 12
$45.99 Case with 250W PSU: http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16811154091
$72.99 64GB SSD: http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16820148441
$54.99 Motherboard/CPU Combo/Integrated Graphics: http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16813157324
$29.99 1333MHz RAM: http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16820231189
$19.99 DVD Drive: http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16827106276

This is a good setup that you could use providing you already have a monitor, mouse/keyboard and speakers. Did you say you lived in New Zealand? If so then Newegg can't ship to you. Check out the links anyways because you could search for the products at other dealers that will ship to you. Good luck with your build.

-MyFaceHole
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post #8 of 12
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Thinking about using this case now.

http://www.in-win.com.tw/products_pccase_series.php?cat_id=1&series_id=81

Will a 120W PSU run that motherboard, a SSD and DVD drive?

Thanks for your replies!

120W is plenty for that setup. I believe even a 60-80W is enough for an Atom build. Remember that these things draw around 7W.
     
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post #9 of 12
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Fantastic! Thanks for all the replies. Unfortunately I am in New Zealand and our range of products is pretty limited! I would to get that motherboard off ebay australia for around the same price. Is it much better than the one I have shown above? Also i should mention that it is going to run XP... Dont want to give them a heart attack when the start button no longer says start... Old people
post #10 of 12
If you could get your hand on one of those AMD Fusion boards for a reasonable price, I think that would be the best option considering that graphics are getting rather important these days, even for simple tasks.

You can throw it in that InWin Case or something smaller and still have something that works splendidly.


+rep to facehole for the awesome suggestion.
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