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Have you taken a look at Fractal's Node 304? Checks all items on your list. If you were to find the Asus P8Z77-I Deluxe, you could drop your 2500k right and and start overclocking.

Also at a quick glance, everything in your current build (if your signature is up to date) should fit. I couldn't find physical dimensions of your power supply, but I ran a modular 165mm in length supply in my node when I first got it. Just had to remove a bracket and mount down the supply with other means until I put the 140mm silverstone in
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post #12 of 14
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Originally Posted by SupahSpankeh View Post

Hrm.

It's a good £50 more expensive than a comparable ATX board though - is there nothing worth buying in the sub-£100 range which still has a decent featureset and supports OC'ing?

well its ITX, they do cost more then the comparable board however you do get wifi and msata

tbh any cheaper you wont be getting a Z board that supports OC
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Originally Posted by Allanitomwesh View Post

The Asus Deluxe itx is also the maximus without the ROG color scheme and branding wink.gif

not the same though, the ROG board has better bios features and that soundcard which IMO is worth the upgrade alone unless you want a cumbersome setup with a bunch of DAC and amps all over your desk
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Originally Posted by SupahSpankeh View Post

Hrm.

It's a good £50 more expensive than a comparable ATX board though - is there nothing worth buying in the sub-£100 range which still has a decent featureset and supports OC'ing?
The gigabyte N-Wifi is good value if cash is tight.
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