I'm thinking to replace my ITX, CPU and memory with a mobo that supports M2 SSD with >6GB/sec speed - I think thats a Ultra M2? Current specs are i7-3770, Gigabyte GA-H77-WIFI mobo, Geforce GTX960 with2x 8GB of Corsair XMS3 I don't really play games much so don't need much more power (if any) than I have atm (I actually throttle my cpu to 80% max in Win10 power management ) so I'd like it to run quietly but not sure if Intel is still the way go or if cheaper AMD's are better on heat these days and a bit more bang for your money given I won't be overclocking. Its safe to say this upgrade will be 90% for an M2 slot an improvement in load times compared to my 2.5" 250GB Samsung SSD (Win10+Progs) + 1TB SSD I use for Data that I'll keep Ideally <£150/160 on the CPU or ~£100 if I can get same power as current i7-3370 which is socket 1155 and therefore as far as I can tell there's no ITX boards available for that socket CPU with an M2 slot as otherwise I'd be happy to keep CPU/Memory. Mobo I'd like a nice stable one but not overly fancy but solid state caps useful for longevity ~£100-120 Memory needn't be fancy as space likley a premium with ram slots close to the CPU/cooler so not much in the way of cooling fins. Corsair XMS2 then XMS3 memory has always worked well for me but don't think they do XMS4? so can anyone help a) is it worth upgrading for M2? b) Intel or Amd? c) Recomend a CPU thats cool running, 4+ Cores and I guess min. 3.2Ghz & a ITX mobo to go with it?