I bought a Bitfenix Prodigy mITX case and for some reason (tired, misclick, stupidity?) bought a mATX Asus board to go with it - an Asus P8H61-M PRO to be exact. Can't return the board since I already removed the wrap. I haven't touched anything inside, just had a look and then realised my mistake when I noticed it seems way bigger than I intended it to be. Not much of a problem , since I planned to do another mATX build in November anyway using the Fractal Design Arc Mini. Here's the problem though. I can't seem to find any reasonably priced mITX boards with Sata 6Gbps to go with the 128GB Vertex 4. Right now I'm about to settle on the Asus P8H61-I and call it a day. It sucks a bit that it doesn't have Sata 6Gbps, but at the end of the day it's an upgrade from an ancient Pentium 4 with an IDE HDD, so it's going to be amazing in comparison regardless. The mITX boards I can find which have Sata 6Gbps are from Intel and Zotac and cost 80 and 100 pounds. I don't have any trust in Intel mobos and that Zotac is ridiculously expensive. Not like I can get my hands on any of them I think since I moved back to Poland a few weeks ago and I'm limited to the local shops really. Prices are mostly similar to the ones in UK so if you know of any board that would fit my need around the 60 pound price point then that would be great. It seems like H61 mITX just don't support 6Gbps and I don't need and don't want to spend more for an H67 board.