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Hey Guys,

So I've posted before and appreciate all the help I can get and info. Just saying everything is awesome here. My problem is I travel a lot , and I miss gaming and having a kick butt PC. Looking to build a high end Mico ATX gaming / work station that is easy to carry and play on two monitors or a giant 32 inch TV screen by way of HDMI cord. Also I would like to have a network card for wi-fi.

PC Case: BITFENIX PRODIGY M
MOTHERBOARD: ASUS P8Z77-M PRO LGA 1155
PSU: CORSAIR AX 760W
CPU: I5 3770K INTEL LGA 1155
GPS: RADEON HD 7970
SSD; SAMSUNG 840 PRO
RAM: MUSHKIN ENCHAND BLACKLINE 16 GB 2133
OS: MICROSOFT WINDOWS 7 ULTIMATE SP1 64-BIT
THERMAL COMPOUND: ARCTIC 5 HIGH DENSITY
COOLING : CORSAIR 100I 240MM RADIOATOR
FANS SP 120 1 BY CORSAIR

This is what I have so far but I was thinking of switching the CPU and mother board out with the APU 6800K from AMD and the best AMD micro atx mother board.

Please give me some thoughts and help with this project if possible !
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You would have a better time posting in a section more meant for helping with builds. This is really just for members to introduce themselves, but I'll help. smile.gif

Since it is a gaming build, your really don't need 16GB of RAM unless you plan on doing some vidoe rendering/editi.
The Corsair AX760 is a good, quality unit. However, you can get a PSU just as good for cheaper. Not to mention 760 watts is a bit much for you system.
That case is awesome, but I plan on doing an MATX build with the Xigmatek Aquila. Hasn't release yet, but it looks awesome, I've heard people are having issues with the legs being too flexible and it the system bowing down. Another reason I am getting the Xigmatek Aquila.
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