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Hi Guys,

I want to reduce the size of my current rig from a full tower to a mini itx chassis and still retain alot of power, likely more if I can get a hold of a Titan.

I have an OCZ Agility 3 240GB SSD for the OS, 3TB Seagate HDD, 2TB WD Black HDD for storage.

Please check out the link to the proposed build and add your comments on the part selection.


http://ca.pcpartpicker.com/user/wedge27/saved/1uTi
Edited by wedge22 - 4/21/13 at 1:17am
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post #2 of 8
Not bad at all.
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post #3 of 8
Beasty little build.

My thoughts.

Grab a bigger AIO since the prodigy can support it.
16GB needed? 8GB should be plenty for pretty much all needs.
For a single GPU you could go with a smaller PSU. Even a silent one if wanted.
Use the saved money on a ASUS P8Z77-I Deluxe. Bit better for higher overclocks.

A 690/7990 would technically be more powerful. But a Titan is still a great, great option since you don't have to deal with SLI/CF issues and whatnot. Definitely a good choice IMO.
 
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post #4 of 8
I feel like you should keep your 2600K vs the 3570K you're thinking of getting.. and the 7970 seems to be holding its own against the Titan, so I'd hold onto that until the next series for AMD and Nvidia come out. Buuuut keeping those would make selling your rig harder. (saw your post on local CL biggrin.gif)
post #5 of 8
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Quote:
Grab a bigger AIO since the prodigy can support it.
16GB needed? 8GB should be plenty for pretty much all needs.
For a single GPU you could go with a smaller PSU. Even a silent one if wanted.
Use the saved money on a ASUS P8Z77-I Deluxe. Bit better for higher overclocks.

So a Kraken X60 will fit in the Prodigy, if so cool.
I guess I have 16GB now and did not want to go backwards, although I could just buy one 8GB stick and see how I feel, like you say it will save me some money.
Any suggestion on PSU, I think it has to be modular for a Prodigy build, but thats my only criteria.
I was debating the ASUS anyway, so I guess its really worth getting.
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So a Kraken X60 will fit in the Prodigy, if so cool.
I guess I have 16GB now and did not want to go backwards, although I could just buy one 8GB stick and see how I feel, like you say it will save me some money.
Any suggestion on PSU, I think it has to be modular for a Prodigy build, but thats my only criteria.
I was debating the ASUS anyway, so I guess its really worth getting.

I don't think the x60 will fit. But a 240mm rad will, like the Corsair H100 or Swiftech H220.
If you are going to get 8GB definitely get 2 sticks (2x4GB) or you will be losing dual channel.
No specific suggestions, Rosewill Capstone are great, HALE V2, etc.
That daughter board on the ASUS is really great.
 
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I feel like you should keep your 2600K vs the 3570K you're thinking of getting.. and the 7970 seems to be holding its own against the Titan, so I'd hold onto that until the next series for AMD and Nvidia come out. Buuuut keeping those would make selling your rig harder. (saw your post on local CL )

True it is tempting to keep the items and just try and sell my other parts seperately, although I cannot do a price check on these forums as I have no Rep. The other forum is yet to yielf any usefull information regarding a price check on my current rig.
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post #8 of 8
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I built this rig instead.

Silverstone Sugo SG09
ASUS Maximus Gene V
I7 2600k
Noctua NH-D14
8GB 2400Mgz G Skill Trident X
EVGA GTX 680 2GB
OCZ Agility 3 240GB SSD
3TB Seagate HDD
2TB WD Black HDD
Seasonic X760 PSU
2x Noctua 92mm fans
1x Xigamatek 140mm fan
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