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  1. Micro Motherboards will not house newest video cards.

    The micro ATX suggestions and other micro motherboards have their ram slot almost in line with their pci-ex slot. Any near-top-of-the-line video card WILL NOT fit in that slot as the RAM will block it. Unfortunately that mistake cost me 200 dollars since the microATX mid tower will not hold the suggested card, nor will the motherboard.

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      Do you mind going into more detail about which parts you are talking about?

      If the card doesn’t fit in the motherboard that is terrible design, as they are all advertised to support full length graphics cards. You will be able to return the motherboard and buy a replacement which will support your card.

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        First, love the site! Great job!
        There can be some pretty big differences in just moving the slider 1 tick... just pulling numbers out of the air, a $700 build might have an awesome GPU but moving the slider up to $720 downgrades the GPU in favor of a better CPU, case and an SSD. I recommend adding the ability to lock-in parts we like and force the selection of that part.

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