Has anyone tried building a mini-ITX gaming rig? I had planned on building an HTPC, but with HDD prices skyrocketing, it's not really feasible ... for the price of the HTPC I was going to build, I could now build (what looks like) a pretty decent gaming rig. I had planned on building a gaming rig next year, but I guess I may as well do that now and build the HTPC when HDD prices have dropped to a sane level again. I cannot lie ... I have a bit of a fetish for Fractal Design's Array R2 and my dream was to have two of them sat underneath my HDTV (32"), one as an HTPC and one for gaming. Course, it's mini-ITX case, so the gaming rig would have to use a mini-ITX board as well. I realise that the case is rather expensive (£140), but ... well ... what can I say. It's sexy and I want it! Twice!!! I'm currently looking at the following (and it comes to roughly £770): Mobo: ASRock Z68M-ITX/HT CPU: Intel i5 2500k CPU Cooler: Corsair H60 Memory: G-Skill 4GB DDR3 1600MHz GFX Card: Asus GTX560 Ti 1GB SDD: Crucial M4 64GB PSU: Be Quiet 350W SFX PSU I plan to remove the HDD tray from the case, as I'm aware it interferes with large GFX cards. I'll likely build a custom tray to fit the 64GB SSD and an existing 1TB HDD I have. I also plan to build a window into the side of the case, which would serve as ventilation for the GFX Card. I'm not sure whether the PSU would be up to the task power wise--and I would need a 4-pin Molex -> 6-pin PCI-E adapter for the 560 Ti--so I could upgrade that to a Silverstone 450W SFX PSU for another £25. A review of the board states that it can run an i7 2600K at 4.4 GHz, so I should be able to achieve the same on an i5 2500K, but, with the low airflow within the case, I would have to find a better way to cool the CPU, hence the Corsair H60. The radiator for the Corsair H60 would be placed outside the case. I could also upgrade to a 128GB SDD, which would add another £65 to the price, since I'd lose half the 64GB drive for the OS, leaving enough space for only 3-5 games. So. Am I living in Cloud Cuckoo Land or is this idea feasible?