Are any prebuilt SFF PC's available here?

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Haven't been on overclockers for a long time, to the point that my previous account has been locked out and is linked to a long dead email address (Dalin80), and my previous Kinetic Z2 prebuilt from 2017 is getting a little creaky. As I become an old man I find that I want a machine that can be more hidden away rather than being a feature of the room. So on the lookout for something compact.

I did dive through the OCUK store, but I'm so far out of the loop it's all meaningless letters and numbers to me, but didn't see anything that wasn't on the just as big as my current power hog side of things.

Can any young folk point an old man in the right direction?

And I'm surprised that 16gb is still the standard... It's been a decade already!
 
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If you can clarify your budget and how you use the PC, including if you need a monitor or any other peripherals, then we can make you a spec that you can ask OCUK to build (they do charge a fee for this).

SFF PCs are highly dependent on the choice of case though, so it would help to have an idea what size you're interested in, because a very small case has a much more limited choice of parts..
 
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If you can clarify your budget and how you use the PC, including if you need a monitor or any other peripherals, then we can make you a spec that you can ask OCUK to build (they do charge a fee for this).

SFF PCs are highly dependent on the choice of case though, so it would help to have an idea what size you're interested in, because a very small case has a much more limited choice of parts..
I second that, I built a SFF PC based on my brother's needs.

He doesn't game at all, so I went with tiny build that covered his web browsing and YouTube needs.
 
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If you can clarify your budget and how you use the PC, including if you need a monitor or any other peripherals, then we can make you a spec that you can ask OCUK to build (they do charge a fee for this).

SFF PCs are highly dependent on the choice of case though, so it would help to have an idea what size you're interested in, because a very small case has a much more limited choice of parts..
Tetras brings words of wisdom.

The chassis is everything.

I’d probably go with something like a Q58 or another well reviewed chassis and an AMD 7000 series build as Intel runs very hot and is difficult to cool but that’s only really for the higher end processors and I’m sure an i5 would be fine
 
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