The Mini-ITX build... RESUMES! -WARNING- This project involves working with LETHAL voltages! Do NOT open your power supply without proper training and knowledge. So far... -Zotac GF9300-D-E motherboard (on-board gfx is crap don't kid yourself otherwise) -Intel E6750 Core2duo CPU -Asus EAH4550 512mb ddr3 ATI HD4850 512mb ATI HD4870 GF9300-D-E info found here. http://www.zotacusa.com/zotac-geforce-gf9300-d-e-itx-wifi-lga-775-mini-itx-intel-motherboard.html I couldn't be happier with this motherboard. It has a handfull of bios settings to allow for overclocking and the E6750 was happy to do 3ghz without any voltage adjustment. I'm using the stock Intel cooler and I'll post some temps when the build is finished. I haven't settled on a chassis though. I intended on the Winsys Wi-01-BK because of it's 200w power supply and the ability to use a low profile graphics card. Here's a photo of that case. http://ep.yimg.com/ca/I/directron_2073_214427739 After looking at a few more chassis I took a liking to the thin ones such as the Jetway JC-111-B http://www.jetway.com.tw/jw/case_view.asp?productid=586&proname=JC-111-B It has 2 full-height slots turned 90deg. I wondered if I could sneek a HD3850 in there if I relocated the HDD as low as I could. By removing the existing mount, and attaching the drive directly to the bottom of the chassis by drilling some mounting holes, I think it would fit nicely. I've found flexable pcie risers to make the connection back to the motherboard. One can be seen here. http://www.mini-itx.com/store/images/1921-fr10x.jpg The last problem is powering the HD3850. I have a 12v 7-amp power brick that might work. I would add another DC-in jack to the case and label it 'GPU'. Internally the power would be switched on via. relay when the computer turns on.