Hi! So, I'm itching for a new build, and have decided to go the ITX route (yeah yeah, trendy and all that), but also because I'm donating the existing PC to the wife. Parts to Keep: EVGA GTX 780SC 256gb M4 SSD Parts Purchased: EVGA Hadron w/ 500W PSU built in So, the intention is to hand over the FT03, 3770, 8GB of RAM, 128GB M4 and the Gene V over to my wife, but she will then need a new GPU to go in there - something along the lines of a GTX 770? For myself, I don't want a drop in speed. This then means I'm looking at a Haswell i7, 8-16GB of RAM, all sitting on a solid board. Now, in an ITX case I doubt I will be overclocking, and I have no idea whether I can fit an AIO watercooler in the Hadron. This then makes it difficult to chose boards - I immediately want the ASUS RoG ITX, but it's £200! I have no budget currently, as this will simply happen over the next six months in stages. So, to my mind, I need: Motherboard CPU (Haswell i7?) RAM (16GB?) Optical drive (slot load, BD?) Second SSD (256GB+?) Cooler The alternative, curve-ball, solution is to build two new rigs. I could sell the current 3770 and Gene V motherboard, and buy the wife a new mATX board that costs around £100, and a CPU that is more in keeping with her needs (gaming!), so again, £100-150. This might free up some cash for my rig? EDIT: The third option would be a mixed transplant. I put a Z77 ITX board in the Hadron, and retain the current i7 3770 and RAM. Then I would purchase a new i5 for the wife, and she would get the ROG mATX board, plus more RAM.