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here you go, the first available...

ECS KBN-I/5200 AMD A6-5200 Quad Core processor Mini ITX Motherboard/CPU/VGA Combo
http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16813135363

140 bucks for a m-ITX board AND an APU... Am I reading that correctly?
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140 bucks for a m-ITX board AND an APU... Am I reading that correctly?

Yes, they're also selling this product as well with the dual core version, for 84 dollars.

http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16813135364

at 140$ they're still likely making a 40$ profit on sales, 50-60 for the motherboard and 50 for the APU, possibly even less.

These APUs are REALLY CHEAP to make.
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Yes, they're also selling this product as well with the dual core version, for 84 dollars.

http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16813135364

at 140$ they're still likely making a 40$ profit on sales, 50-60 for the motherboard and 50 for the APU, possibly even less.

These APUs are REALLY CHEAP to make.

I suppose you're right, I'm just not used to seeing such a low price for new components I suppose. I'm used to building HTPCs from old and dying dinosaurs that I scavenge rather than buying all new gear.
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140 bucks for a m-ITX board AND an APU... Am I reading that correctly?

If you have a MicroCenter near by....

A6-6400K Black + mITX = $85!!!!
http://www.microcenter.com/site/products/amd_bundles.aspx
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If you have a MicroCenter near by....

A6-6400K Black + mITX = $85!!!!
http://www.microcenter.com/site/products/amd_bundles.aspx

I don't have a MC near me sad-smiley-002.gif But I may be building an HTPC sometime in the near future.
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Opps... it was a mATX, not a mITX.
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$114 for mini itx bundle...http://www.microcenter.com/site/products/amd_bundles.aspx
so you were mostly right.
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$114 for mini itx bundle...http://www.microcenter.com/site/products/amd_bundles.aspx
so you were mostly right.

I actually got the $119 bundle for a HTPC.... better socket placement.
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I'm actually waiting for AMD Kaveri to create my mITX build. I know I'll want some expert advice and opinions from overclock members. The FM2+ motherboards are starting to appear in retail channels. But I kinda been through disappointment with AMD Kaveri shipping delays to retail marketplace. From what I understand Feb 2014 is the earliest we'll "see kaveri"

Was hoping to be doing this build right now. Lets say I'm still unsettled on final Form Factor and Type of Build.
-Pros and Cons-
Either mITX or mATX. I do like the choices and prices Cooler Master offer.
Been contemplating between Cooler Master Elite 130 (mITX) & Cooler Master N200 (mATX).
Like you can tell I'm still on the ladder and not locked in on final decision.

My mind is made up on building with AMD. Just voting for the underdog with my dollars this time round. Want to build the most powerful computer in the smallest available package if possible.

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