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Old 01-08-2012, 10:25 PM   #1
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$1000 ITX rig

Plan to build a ITX build. Below is the list must have.

1) Silverstone SG05B (450W PSU included)
2)Intel 4 core processor
3)8gb ram
4)120GB SSD If can include a WD GREEN 1TB will be good
5)Low profile 1GB GPU(I only play counterstike want 99fps)

No need OS.

Silverstone require a SLIM DVD ROM. Which i dunno how much as compare to normal size. Please advice

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Old 01-08-2012, 10:58 PM   #2
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Plan to build a ITX build. Below is the list must have.

1) Silverstone SG05B (450W PSU included)
2)Intel 4 core processor
3)8gb ram
4)120GB SSD If can include a WD GREEN 1TB will be good
5)Low profile 1GB GPU(I only play counterstike want 99fps)

No need OS.

Silverstone require a SLIM DVD ROM. Which i dunno how much as compare to normal size. Please advice
More than Enought 1k budget

Rough estimation
1)Silverstone SG05B (450W PSU included) ~ $100
2) Intel Quad core with ITX mobo ~ lets give it around 350?
3)8GB 1600 MHZ ~ 80 , 8 Gb 1333mhz ~ 50-60
4) 120 GB SSD ~ $150 , 1 TB Green Drive ~ 120
5) HD 6670? low profile graphic card , ~ $140

total at max spend around $900? My estimation is on the high side , rounded up
Processor
AMD FX 8120 EIGHT CORE
Mainboard
ASRock 970 EXTREME4 AM3+
Graphics Card
XFX HD 6850 Single Fan Edition
Memory
8GB 1600MHZ DDR3
Display
ACER S240HL 24'' Led Monitor
Storage
1.5TB Samsung Green Drive 5400RPM ,Seagate Barracuda 80GB 7200 RPM
Casing
NZXT Tempest Casing
PSU
Seasonic 620W Non Modular
Audio
LOGITECH LS21 2.1 Speakers
OS
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Old 01-08-2012, 11:25 PM   #3
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CPU+MB: i5 3470 + ASUS P8H77-I @ $418
RAM: KINGSTON 1333Mhz 4GB LP @ $30
GPU: Sapphire HD6670 1GB LP @ $132
SSD: INTEL 330 120GB @ $148
ODD: LITE-ON 8X SLIM INT. @ $59 (Video-Pro)
CASE+PSU: SILVERSTONE SG05B @ $199 (Cybermind)

Total: $986
Price reference from Fuwell.
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Memory
AVEXIR Core Series (White LED) 8GB Kit
Storage
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Casing
CORSAIR Obsidian Series™ 250D
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Old 02-08-2012, 01:15 AM   #4
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SG05 doesn't need a LP nor single slot card just get a card under 10"
Processor
i5-2500
Mainboard
Zotac H61 Wifi
Graphics Card
Club3D HD6950 2GB
Memory
2 X 4GB KVR DDR3
Display
LG 23" IPS panel IPS236
Storage
Intel 335
Optical Storage
Samsung Writemaster
Casing
Lian Li PC-Q08 Black
PSU
FSP Aurum Gold 500W
Audio
Line 6 Toneport UX2 + Harman Kardon Soundsticks II
OS
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Old 02-08-2012, 07:43 AM   #5
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a card like GTX670 will be able to fit a SG05, as documented by many SG05 owners over in Hardforum.
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Storage
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Old 04-08-2012, 12:13 PM   #6
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Look tempting. Does ITX rig able to run 24/7?
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Old 04-08-2012, 02:01 PM   #7
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ITX rig is the same an another PC. It's just smaller in size.
Any PC can run 24/7

Look tempting. Does ITX rig able to run 24/7?
Processor
i7-4770k w/ Corsair H90, i3-4330 w/ Silverstone Argon AR04 Low Profile Cooler
Mainboard
Asrock Extreme 6, Asrock H81TM-ITX
Graphics Card
PowerColor HD7750 EYEFINITY 4, HD4600, Aten Wireless HDMI
Memory
RipjawsX 1600 4x 8GB, Ripjaws 1866 2x 8gb SODIMM
Display
Dell U2413 x3, Ergotron Monitor Stand x3
Storage
840Pro 256gb x2, 840Evo 1tb x3, MX100 512gb x3, HGST NAS 4TB x16
Optical Storage
Asus USB Bluray Writer
Casing
Lian Li PC-C60 + Corsair 140mm Fans x3, Thin-ITX Alu Case
PSU
Corsair RM-650, FSP 120W AC-DC Power Brick
Audio
OPPO HA-1 DAC, CHORD HUGO, SPL 2Control, Focal CMS 40 Spks, Senn HD650 & HD800
OS
Win 7 64, Win 8 Pro

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