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Need help finding a decent M-ITX board for new build

Hawake
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So.. it's black friday and i've been doing some shopping for a new build that i'm making, but i have yet to buy a motherboard to complete the build, and i need help with suggestions.

 

The build is a Mini-itx build, and will use the Fractal Design Node 304  case as its base.

I've already bought the CPU, CPU cooler,  RAM, 2x HDDs (1x 3.5", and 1x m.2) , PSU, so all i'm missing is a motherboard to make it complete.

 

Part list

Motherboard: None so far, this is what i need help finding.

Case: Fractal Design Node 304

CPU: Intel Core i7 9700K

CPU Cooler: Cooler Master Hyper 212 Black Edition

RAM:  Kingston HyperX FURY 16GB 2666MHz DDR4 SDRAM DIMM 288-pin

1th HDD:  Samsung 970 EVO 250GB m.2 SSD

2th HDD  3.5" WD Red 4TB 3 (Small note, will put more of these in later on)

PSU: Seasonic FOCUS Plus 750W Gold

 

PCpartpickerlist for easy summary:

PCpartpicker List

 

What am i going to do with the build?

This build isn't primarly going to be used for gaming, i maybe will put a GPU into it in the future, if i feel for it, but for now its purpose is going to be some sort of mix between a NAS-storage / HTPC with plex media server running in the background.

 

Budget

Around 330$ (or 3000SEK, swedish crowns)  but a note here, i'd rather not spend that much on just a motherboard really, i'd happily settle for something around 200$ (1800 SEK) if possible.

 

What do i need help with?

Finding a Mini ITX capable motherboard, that can fit a 9th gen Intel Processor.

 

 

 

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13 hours ago, MandoPanda said:

Thanks for your reply, after lots of research and googling about reviews etc i went with the ASRock Z390 Phantom GAMING-ITX/ac board instead.

Was a balance between everything i was looking for, and most reviews also concluded this. It also has 2x Gigabit LAN connections if i ever needed an extra connection :)

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