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So I wanted to get one just cuz it looked cute. Then I looked at the price.
*facepalm* Ai can haz just case pl0x?
Color: Steel (Gray)
Processor Standard- Athlon Dual Core 3400E 22W - 2G DDR2
HardDrive: $50.00 Internal 32G SSD
Mount: Standard None
OperatingSystem: $110.00Windows 7 Home 64-Bit
I mean dont get me wrong. It looks really good and most of that is probably to pay off the modular motherboard but still...
For that price, I might as well get a mini itx with an A-10 5800k and use one of those super small cases o.o
What do you guys think?
Edit : This build is about 80-100 dollars more expensive than the X3A but it will perform so much better. Its lacking an OS and I havent really looked for a better aftermarket heatsink (because the fan wont fit unless you mount it outside the case)
A-10 tiny build :
ASRock FM2A75M-ITX FM2 Motherboard - $90
G.SKILL Ares Series 16GB DDR3 1866 - $95
AMD A10-5800K Trinity 3.8GHz - $130
OCZ Vertex 4 128GB SSD - $150
Antek ISK case - $100
PicoPSU AC-DC Adapter (192W) - $50
PicoPSU-150-xt DC-DC ATX PSU (150W) - $45
If you want to slap in a 200mm fan on the ISK 100 case instead of the fan that comes with it that sits right above where the cpu heatsink would be, add another $20ish. If you want an easier time with the heat, use a 5700.
Form factor is 9.8" x (4.3" + however thick your 200mm fan is) x 8.3"
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