[BUILD COMPLETE] This build is to replace and upgrade my ageing i7 6700k mITX gaming rig I built in 2016. Spoiler: Old gaming PC spec and pictures https://www.guernsey-ci.com/public/ocuk/?dir=mini ITX Gaming PC BitFenix Prodigy mITX Case Gigabyte GA-Z170N Gaming 5 mITX Motherboard i7 6700k 4-Core CPU @ 4.2Ghz Coolermaster Hyper 212 Evo CPU Cooler Crucial 2x8Gb (E-die) C16 @ 3200Mhz Samsung 500Gb 840 EVO M.2 SSD MSI GTX 1080Ti Seahawk Seasonic 660W Platinum PSU Samsung 1Tb SSD (SATA) I'll be re-using some parts and selling off the rest of the left over parts to re-coup some of the cash that I'm ploughing into this build. Should end up being an quite capable gaming rig that will last an good few years. The only other upgrade I will probably make to it in an year or two from now will be an newer graphics card. NEW PARTS (prices are ex-vat) Asus TUF GAMING X570 PLUS (WI-FI) AM4 ATX Motherboard - £174.99 AMD Ryzen 3500X 6-Core CPU (Chinese import) - £110 UPGRADED - AMD Ryzen 3900 12-Core CPU (OEM) - £330 Team Group 8Pack Edition 16GB (2x8GB)(B-die) DDR4 C14 3200MHz - £91.66 (Running @ 3600Mhz / 16-16-16-32-48-T1) Samsung 970 EVO Plus V-NAND M.2 500GB SSD - £79.15 Phanteks Enthoo Pro M Midi Tower Case with Black Window - £49.84 3x Be Quiet! Pure Wings 2 140mm PWM 1600rpm Fans - £26.22 PARTS FROM THE OLD RIG THAT I WILL RE-USE MSI GTX 1080Ti Seahawk - £600 Seasonic 660W Platinum PSU - £110 Samsung 1Tb SSD (SATA) - £200 UNUSED SPARE PARTS THAT I HAVE KICKING AROUND HERE (SOMEWHERE) Coolermaster ATX Right Angle Connector with Capacitors - £20 - Didn't use in the end Be Quiet Dark Rock 4 CPU Cooler - FREE / GIFT Total build/upgrade cost = £751.86 *Pulled back £200 from selling off the rest of the parts from the old gaming rig that I didn't reuse, so technically that makes this builds total cost £551.86. - The last thing left to upgrade later in 2020 will be the graphics card.