In terms of straight up price to performance, I think this may be the best build in this newsletter series so far. If you move past the questionable posting description and sub-par build photos and just look at the value, it’s off the charts with this build. If you’re looking for a raw price to performance gaming PC prebuilt for $750, this could be your option. Let’s dive deeper and check it out.
- 11600K + 3070Ti - This is an unreal CPU and GPU combination for a $750 build, much less an ITX one. Although there’s not really an upgrade path with the 11600K, this is still a really powerful gaming PC that can handle 1440p gaming without a problem.
- Cooler Master NR200P - Although I prefer the version with the tempered glass side panel, this NR200P is one of the top choices for ITX builds and this mesh panel is still very clean. There’s not a lot of physical space inside here for you to move things around and get it nice and pretty, but that side panel covers it up perfectly and this looks great sitting on top of the desk. Don’t let the kind of chaotic first picture fool you, that’s just what the PC looks like when you open it up to access the radiator and fans. With everything closed up, this is small, clean, and minimal.
- Parts List - Honestly the entire parts list here is just crazy for the $750 price point. The seller’s 4th picture is the PCPP screenshot, and we can see that it has a nice Z590 ITX motherboard, a 1TB Gen 4 NVMe drive, a V750 SFX power supply, a Tough Liquid AIO, and there’s a couple of exta Noctua fans in here. This is a roughly $1500+ build and their selling it for $750, it’s a steal.
Price to Performance Value
The value is literally the reason why it’s getting the feature this week. The pricing is off the charts here, and the seller indicated that they are selling the build because they are moving and apparently don’t want to take it with them. I would hop all over this build if you’re interested, and there’s several Jawas currently “watching” it already.
This is the one downgrade of this build, and specifically since it’s trapped on the Z590 platform. You do have the option to go up to an 11th Gen Intel i7, but you can’t go much further than that. There’s already 32GB of RAM and a 1TB Gen 4 drive, so I don’t think upgrading should be a priority with this build anyways.
This is one of those times where it’s debatable if it’s too good to be true, because the bang for your buck value here is better than I’ve ever seen. An Intel i5 11600K paired with an RTX 3070Ti is a monster 1440p gaming combo, and you can scoop this entire ITX gaming PC up for a ridiculously low price.
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