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post #11 of 15
I have the a10-5800k stuffed into a 7L mITX case and I think its great. I know its no super gaming rig, but for the price it has some great performance. I don't play the same games as OP but it plays games like hitman:absolution, sleeping dogs, and modded skyrim great. Granted, I do most of my gaming at 720p on a tv, but for a box I can toss in my backpack that cost $500 I feel like it cant be beat.
post #12 of 15
budget?
post #13 of 15
http://uk.pcpartpicker.com/p/E9V9


For what you are using it for, this build would work great
post #14 of 15
what is your budget for this build?

IMO if you want full power gaming system as small as it goes without sacrifice then SG05 is about as good as it goes

if you are willing to sacrifice performance and mostly 720p gaming then this is about as portable as it goes with an A10 5800k shoved in it

http://www.overclock.net/t/1353566/asrock-fm2a85x-itx-the-ultimate-fm2-itx-mobo-to-lust-for/80#post_19278243

the case is only a tad larger then the ITX board itself and as thin as it can be to fit the IO shield
Edited by akromatic - 2/17/13 at 3:02pm
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