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post #11 of 36
why not this card?? http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...-873-_-Product
I dont think you would need a 6870
    
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Sandy Bridge m-itx motherboard

I'm usually a "buy now or else you spend all of your time waiting for that slightly better thing" but if you can hold off just 3-4 days it'd be worth it.
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Sandy Bridge m-itx motherboard

I'm usually a "buy now or else you spend all of your time waiting for that slightly better thing" but if you can hold off just 3-4 days it'd be worth it.
I agree and I'm waiting for this very board, hopefully she pops up in the next month or so.
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post #14 of 36
Since it's Zotac, I'd give it a pass. It doesn't appear as if their mobo quality control is up to par. BIOS issues, etc and they're slow to release BIOS updates and fixes. Lotsa people on AVS Forum with Zotac motherboards dying after a year or two (myself included), good thing there's lifetime warranty. I'd wait until Intel, Asus or Gigabyte release their Mini-ITX boards.
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post #15 of 36
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Since it's Zotac, I'd give it a pass. It doesn't appear as if their mobo quality control is up to par. BIOS issues, etc and they're slow to release BIOS updates and fixes. Lotsa people on AVS Forum with Zotac motherboards dying after a year or two (myself included), good thing there's lifetime warranty. I'd wait until Intel, Asus or Gigabyte release their Mini-ITX boards.
^^^my thought exactly^^^
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I was skeptic about Zotac too but this motherboard is easily the best one I've ever owned. I own the second revision 1156 board and it's been rock solid. I use to have a DFI MI P55-T36 but I got really fed up with its neutered overclocking headroom and lack of USB Wi-Fi adapter support.
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wow small case sugo 7 for 200$ ??? ahhh forget it! I bought HAF X for 200$!
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wow small case sugo 7 for 200$ ??? ahhh forget it! I bought HAF X for 200$!
Cases are like women's bikinis. The smaller they are, the more expensive and sexier they are!
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Silverstone cases ARE a little expensive, but you DEFINATELY get what you pay for!!! i remember first day i opened my TJ10, i was absolutely floored by the quality, and attention to detail, as well as the amount of thought put into the design, and im sure the sugo is no exception to that!! i say slip into the sexy lil bikini
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Originally Posted by GAMERIG View Post
wow small case sugo 7 for 200$ ??? ahhh forget it! I bought HAF X for 200$!
Keep in mind the case comes with a decent 600W power supply.

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Cases are like women's bikinis. The smaller they are, the more expensive and sexier they are!
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