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Looking at replacing my current laptop with a mITX build. How's it look? Only looking to get about 4Ghz out of it, on stock cooling.

Case - CM Elite 120 - $49.99
Monitor - Zalman MZ230ED - $119.99
GPU - Gigabyte GTX 660 Windforce - $209.99 after MIR
CPU - Intel 3350P - $179.99
PSU - Antec BP550 Plus - $64.99
RAM - Corsair Vengeance 8GB - $44.99
Motherboard - Gigabyte GA-Z77N-Wifi - $129.99
HD / SSD - WD Scorpio Blue 500GB/Samsung 830 128GB SSD - $49.99/own

I also need to get a wall mount for the monitor.
Edited by bluedevil - 2/22/13 at 10:17am
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Missing a CPU, (i'd presume a 3570k, though honestly a i3 would do just as well for gaming unless you're planning on doing something other than gaming with it)

The PSU is a bit overkill (A decent 350W will be more than enough)

- I'm assuming you're talking about the GA-Z77n and not the GA-H77n, if it were me, I'd go for the ASRock Z77e-itx (from personal experience with both boards), the ASRock has a bit better of a lay out IMO. Otherwise the rest looks just fine to me!
Edited by appleg33k85 - 2/22/13 at 6:50am
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Originally Posted by appleg33k85 View Post

Missing a CPU, (i'd presume a 3570k, though honestly a i3 would do just as well for gaming unless you're planning on doing something other than gaming with it)

The PSU is a bit overkill (A decent 350W will be more than enough)

- I'm assuming you're talking about the GA-Z77n and not the GA-H77n, if it were me, I'd go for the ASRock Z77e-itx (from personal experience with both boards), the ASRock has a bit better of a lay out IMO. Otherwise the rest looks just fine to me!

Fixed the CPU. You really think a i3 would be fine for gaming, I would think the 3350P would future proof me for a while. As far as the mobo, the Asrock looks nice, but I really could use the Bluetooth function on the Gigabyte, that and I have no experiences with AsRock as a company either.
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post #4 of 5
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Ok how about:

Case - CM Elite 120 - $39.99 after MIR
Monitor - Zalman MZ230ED - $119.99
GPU - Gigabyte GTX 660 Windforce - $209.99 after MIR
CPU - Intel 3350P - $179.99
PSU - Corsair CX430M - $49.99
RAM - TEAM Elite 4GBx2 - $39.99
Motherboard - Gigabyte GA-Z77N-Wifi - $129.99
HD / SSD - WD Scorpio Blue 500GB/Samsung 830 128GB SSD - $49.99/own
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post #5 of 5
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Here is a more concrete build. Still hedging between a 3570K and a GTX 660 Ti.

Cooler Master Elite 120 mITX case - $50 - $10 MIR = $40
Zalman 23” LED Monitor - $120
Gigabyte GTX 660 2GB - $230 -$20 MIR=$210
Corsair CX600W PSU - $70 - $10=$60
Team Elite 8GB - $41
PeerLess Wall Mount - $17
Gigabyte Z77N Wifi - $130
Intel Core i5-3470 - $200
WD Scorpio Blue 500GB - $60
Total after Shipping - $930 - $40 MIR = $890
Sell NP9130 - $800
Sell WD 1TB - $50
Total = $40 out of pocket
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