I'm looking to build a new gaming PC, but unlike my current one which is absolutely huuuuuge, I want to try to buy something much smaller that will fit in my media centre.
After a bit of research it seems that Mini ITX is the way to go.
I'll be playing on this 55" 4K OLED TV with an xbox controller.
I'm thinking of having it pre-built here
It's odd, as there seems to be some major omissions from the parts they allow you to select from, but I believe that you can sub in any compatible parts from their main website
I'm not a hardcore enthusiast who always has one eye on frame rate but at the same time I like pretty graphics and am keen to have a machine which will last me a good while without much tinkering.
So, my initial thoughts are something along the lines of:
RTX 2060 (£335.99)
ASRock Intel B360M-ITX (£95.48)
Fractal Design Node 202 mini-ITX (£74.99)
Total Spend : £1,085.28
I've gone with a more powerful PSU than strictly necessary to future-proof against potential future GPU requirements.
I'm aware that the case is very small - 377 x 82 x 330 (WxHxD mm) - is everything really going to fit in there??
Any feedback would be much appreciated as I'm far from an expert and I'm sure there will be some better options than I've chosen, or maybe a component or two that I've missed completely!