I need to put a simple (Intel) mini-itx build together and thought I'd be able to do so reasonably cost effectively, by using old components.. say 4 years old or so. However, I think I may have been very wrong! I'm not bothered with speed, I'd just dump an old i3 and 4gb in it just for now. The main point would be that it could be upgradable. My spec would be a fairly upgradable (any i3/i5/i7) mobo capable of holding 16gb, a proper video card PCIe connector and with a couple of USB3 ports. It seems though that mini-itx motherboards like that (especially with USB3) are either extremely rare or pricey. Tbh I thought I'd be able to get a bundle (mobo/i3/4gb) for around the £80 mark! Could anyone tell me if that's a realistic ballpark or if I'm way off? I'd also really appreciate some mobo suggestions of the era to give me an idea what to look out for. Any advice much appreciated.