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ITX MB for 9900k

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Posted · Original PosterOP

Hello there,

bought 9900k for a solid deal. I'm looking to downsize my current PC as my future desk will be considerably smaller.
I did some googling already, but I didn't find any exceptional ITX mobo (compared to current Ryzen ITX mobos).

 

Also, any recommended ITX cases that aren't $300 and don't cook the components inside? (9900k+5700xt)


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Coolermaster nr200 looks nice. Jonsbo A4 too if you can survive with a smaller air-cooler or thinner 240 aio.

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Posted · Original PosterOP
2 minutes ago, Jeppes said:

Coolermaster nr200 looks nice. Jonsbo A4 too if you can survive with a smaller air-cooler or thinner 240 aio.

Saw some reviews of the CM NR200, looks sweet. But I need the case before the end of August/1st week September, and I doubt it will launch before that.
Not too keen on AliExpress, as it usually takes over 2 months (1 month at the customs) and comes with a fat 50% tax. (EU stuff you know)


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9 minutes ago, Andrew279cz said:

bought 9900k for a solid deal. I'm looking to downsize my current PC as my future desk will be considerably smaller.
I did some googling already, but I didn't find any exceptional ITX mobo (compared to current Ryzen ITX mobos).

The Asus or MSI options are both good. Good VRM performance.

https://pcpartpicker.com/product/HzdxFT/msi-mpg-z390i-gaming-edge-ac-mini-itx-lga1151-motherboard-mpg-z390i-gaming-edge-ac

https://pcpartpicker.com/product/Tmprxr/asus-rog-strix-z390-i-gaming-mini-itx-lga1151-motherboard-rog-strix-z390-i-gaming

 

10 minutes ago, Andrew279cz said:

Also, any recommended ITX cases that aren't $300 and don't cook the components inside? (9900k+5700xt)

What model of RX 5700XT do you have? They are big cards and will affect your choice on compatible ITX cases. 

 


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6 minutes ago, Andrew279cz said:

Saw some reviews of the CM NR200, looks sweet. But I need the case before the end of August/1st week September, and I doubt it will launch before that.
Not too keen on AliExpress, as it usually takes over 2 months (1 month at the customs) and comes with a fat 50% tax. (EU stuff you know)

Jonsbo is available in EU from local shops.

 

And Ryzen 3000 series can be a smart choice for small builds thanks to efficiency. The meme has flipped now when an oc'd six-core intel draws more power than amds 64-cores running stock :D

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Posted · Original PosterOP
1 minute ago, TheDailyProcrastinator said:

The Asus or MSI options are both good. Good VRM performance.

https://pcpartpicker.com/product/HzdxFT/msi-mpg-z390i-gaming-edge-ac-mini-itx-lga1151-motherboard-mpg-z390i-gaming-edge-ac

https://pcpartpicker.com/product/Tmprxr/asus-rog-strix-z390-i-gaming-mini-itx-lga1151-motherboard-rog-strix-z390-i-gaming

 

What model of RX 5700XT do you have? They are big cards and will affect your choice on compatible ITX cases. 

 

I have the Sapphire Pulse. Deshrouding and case fans could work with something similar to a NCase.

What about the Asrock ITX boards? Heard some praises from GN and HW Unboxed.


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Posted · Original PosterOP

Alright, so which one of these mobos is the best option? Budget is a concern.
Asrock Phantom - $230 (usd)
MSI Gaming Edge - $150
GB Aorus - $175
Asus Strix - $220

(maybe selling the 9900k and getting something like a 3700x and b550 might be a better option)

About cases,

Jonsbo A4 is stupid expensive ($300) and looks like a GPU hotbox.
NZXT H1 - $350, but Im not sure if the 120mm AIO is enough for a 9900k. GPU temps arent the best either.
CM NR200 - One local retailer said they should be availabe around late november, if ever.

 

 


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27 minutes ago, Andrew279cz said:

MSI Gaming Edge - $150

Seems to be the cheapest and still has good VRMs from what I see, I'd recommend that one!


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