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Hello,
I have been around this forum for quite a few years and build few systems already however when I went to university abroad I choose to buy top of the line rMBP for connivance and used to game single player games on PS4 and CS:GO on Mac. Well now I'm 4th year student and have chosen to get back to PC building and gaming. I really want to make powerful mITX build, particularly in Corsair 250D case. This build will probably divide in two parts. Firs it will take few months to gather all of the components and than when build I will save up and water cool it. I have decided upon most of the components both for the system and custom loop however I need advice with few things. So my build would consist of.

Case: Corsair 250D
CPU: i5-6600K
RAM: 2x8GB DDR4 Corsair LPX 2666Mhz
GPU: GTX970 (or GTX980)
PSU: Corsair RM650
However Motherboard is my current problem. Since Skylake is reasonably new there aren't too many of mITX boards out there. Currently I'm thinking between EVGA Z170 Stinger or Gigabyte GA-Z170N-WIFI. Since I would probably use this build for few good years I want to get a really good one. Problem is I really wanted a board with bluetooth and wifi build in however I am not sure how good Gigabyte board is for OC and quality in general. EVGA obviously is much higher end board however is it worth the extra 60£?

It is probably too fast to list all of the water cooling components I have chosen. But most of it will be EK made with Black Ice Nemesis radiator.
Before I get back home for christmas I would like to already order a case, mobo, rams, cpu and psu. When I get back I will get the GPU and some storage as well.

So overall which MB would you recommend? I really don't want any coloured ones or flashy gaming themed heatsinks so so far I am thinking about these two.
What do you think of the rest of the build?

Kind Regards,
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post #2 of 13
Dont bother with the old Corsair RM
Why you might not want to buy a Corsair RM PSU

There are better options that costs less such as the EVGA SuperNova G2 or the new Corsair RMx (which has nothing to do with the old medcore RM)
Corsair RMi and RMx series explained

You dont even a 650 watt PSU for that system 550 watts is more then enough even for a GTX 980 Ti, as long as you dont volt mod the BIOS on the card that is.
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post #3 of 13
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Dont bother with the old Corsair RM
Why you might not want to buy a Corsair RM PSU

There are better options that costs less such as the EVGA SuperNova G2 or the new Corsair RMx (which has nothing to do with the old medcore RM)
Corsair RMi and RMx series explained

You dont even a 650 watt PSU for that system 550 watts is more then enough even for a GTX 980 Ti, as long as you dont volt mod the BIOS on the card that is.

So RM650x is a better option? How come it is 30£ cheaper than RM650?
 
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So RM650x is a better option? How come it is 30£ cheaper than RM650?
Because the old RM is a massive ripoff!
The RMx is newer light years better as well as way cheaper.

If the EVGA SuperNova G2 is cheaper then the RMx you should go with the G2 instead of the RMx, if the RMx is cheaper go with the RMx.
And you still dont need 650 watts.
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Because the old RM is a massive ripoff!
The RMx is newer light years better as well as way cheaper.

If the EVGA SuperNova G2 is cheaper then the RMx you should go with the G2 instead of the RMx, if the RMx is cheaper go with the RMx.
And you still dont need 650 watts.

Ok thanks will do. I understand that but it is 7£ difference between the two so why not. biggrin.gif
 
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Ok thanks will do. I understand that but it is 7£ difference between the two so why not. biggrin.gif
£7 as in between the RMx and G2 or between the 550 and 650?
Which website/shop are you going to buy from? let me have a look and see if i can find you something cheaper.
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I would go for the Gigabyte model if you are on a budget, EVGA is also good (and looks A LOT better), but Gigabyte has its reputation. Also it seems EVGA had some issues with Z77/87 Stinger's, however idk if Z170 has any issue.
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£7 as in between the RMx and G2 or between the 550 and 650?
Which website/shop are you going to buy from? let me have a look and see if i can find you something cheaper.

https://www.overclockers.co.uk/

Thank you smile.gif
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I would go for the Gigabyte model if you are on a budget, EVGA is also good (and looks A LOT better), but Gigabyte has its reputation. Also it seems EVGA had some issues with Z77/87 Stinger's, however idk if Z170 has any issue.

I don't really have one and I would rather take a month longer to build instead of pick cheaper parts if EVGA is better choice.
 
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Thank you smile.gif
I don't really have one and I would rather take a month longer to build instead of pick cheaper parts if EVGA is better choice.

http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16813130880

http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16813128846

http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16813132641

These are also good choices, specially the MSI one. Also there is the Asus Maximus VIII Impact, but it's too expensive IMO.
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I would go for the Gigabyte model if you are on a budget, EVGA is also good (and looks A LOT better), but Gigabyte has its reputation. Also it seems EVGA had some issues with Z77/87 Stinger's, however idk if Z170 has any issue.

I don't really have one and I would rather take a month longer to build instead of pick cheaper parts if EVGA is better choice.
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http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16813130880

http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16813128846

http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16813132641

These are also good choices, specially the MSI one. Also there is the Asus Maximus VIII Impact, but it's too expensive IMO.

I was looking at MSI one before. However I will do a grey/black build with maybe a slight contrast however def not red. How hard is it to remove the heatsinks so I could repaint them and place them back?
 
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