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An affordable one would be the Gigabyte GA-B75N...

Your link goes right back to this page, lol.
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Your link goes right back to this page, lol.

I screwed up the markup for that link. Let's try that again: Gigabyte GA-B75N
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I screwed up the markup for that link. Let's try that again: Gigabyte GA-B75N

Nobody really carries that, either. Besides Superbiiz, and I've had bad experiences with them in the past.

I think I'm just gonna have to scan ebay for a while until I find something. I'll post on here, as well. Newegg has the b75-tn, but that's $30 more than the b75n. I might have to skip the idea of itx for this one. I just wanted to try it while the Elite 120 was on sale.
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That isn't ITX.
Aah sorry.
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Hmm. Newegg has a combo deal. The Elite 120 + P8H77-I for less than the board and case with the promo. $10 less, actually. It's a better deal than the promo deal. Too bad you can't use the promo in a combo.

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The Gigabyte H77N is probably the most full featured of the H77 based boards out there with it basically being the same board as their Z77N except for the overclocking options.

if you really want the Z77 route then get the Gigabyte Z77N, it is lowest cost of the Z77 boards and a very solid choice.
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ASUS did an h67 itx board that looked ok P8H67-I deluxe
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The Gigabyte H77N is probably the most full featured of the H77 based boards out there with it basically being the same board as their Z77N except for the overclocking options.

if you really want the Z77 route then get the Gigabyte Z77N, it is lowest cost of the Z77 boards and a very solid choice.

Z77 is worthless for the CPU. Its only an i3 2100. It's also much more expensive.

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I suggested what I did for the same reason I have it: My 3770k and/or 2500k will eventually find a home in it. True, P67/Z68/Z77 isn't very useful with an i3, but resale value and potential use later on make them worth the $20-$30 premium.
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I suggested what I did for the same reason I have it: My 3770k and/or 2500k will eventually find a home in it. True, P67/Z68/Z77 isn't very useful with an i3, but resale value and potential use later on make them worth the $20-$30 premium.

Yeah. If I was going to upgrade it down the road, I'd consider it. I already have a 3570k, though. This is just something I'll play with for a while and probably sell.

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