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[Advice] Help Build an mITX $800 (Prodigy)

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I bought a Bitfenix Prodigy case on sale about 6 months ago on a whim, now I'm looking to build onto it but would love to see some expert advice on some builds. I will be primarily using this small computer for gaming (WoW and D3) and the only part I am sure of purchasing is an i5-4670K, I am just having trouble deciding on the other parts. The catch is I only have an $850 budget (not including peripherals and accessories).

Some other things to know:
- WiFi is a must smile.gif
- I want to overclock
- I have a hard drive already but would also like an SSD
- Would want the PSU to be Semi / Modular

Thanks for checking this out, hope see some comments!
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That budget pretty much throws you to 3570K and Z77. Those are the cheaper mobos at the moment. I've seen the 120gb Samsung 840 on the cheap,and Rosewill Capstone M are semi modular,though I'm not sure if they'll fit in a prodigy.
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