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I built this PC for my brother in law who has been using a bargain basement laptop for casual gaming (Minecraft etc.) and wanted something better. The brief was 720p gaming (on the living room PC) on something that was super small and compact - hence the choice of mini-ITX and possibly the smallest case I've ever seen that could take a full size GPU. It also has to last for a good while (no Celeron/Pentiums here).
Because price was a huge factor the GPU is actually an old one of mine - it should be fine for most games at 720p at high/ultra or even 1080p at medium settings, as was the hard drive which is big enough for the foreseeable future. Minecraft (the first and most important benchmark for Phil) is running at 60fps so that's all good. In a year or two the GPU can be upgraded to keep the machine running well on newer games. Likewise, there's a free slot for a future memory upgrade without wasting the stick that's already bought. The case was ex-display or a customer return (but not a mark on it) which is why it's so cheap compared to normal.
The case was surprisingly easy to work with - some bits (such as the front IO headers) were a bit tricky but even the cable management wasn't too bad. Unfortunately I forgot to upload a picture of the build with the GPU installed but still open but even all completed the cables tuck nicely out of the way.