First Ever Build Pc/Mini Itx

This is my first ever build pc in mini itx form so i want you guys to help me that is good enough to run latest AAA game in 1080 cause im not to be a hardcore gamers that need some 2K or 4K graphics and what you think about part that i choose.. this is my part list thanks a lot to help me.....

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With that small case cable management might be a problem.
Consider shopping for a modular psu.

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do you have a reccomend psu for me....? or do you think what sfx psu that must good for my build?

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How about this
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That case
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Mini Itx Case

that you mean i have to see another case...? do you have recomment mini itx case that is good for have not heating trouble?

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I never suggest a Mini Itx for such rigs. There are hundreds of Watts in a tiny space which is bad news. Your choice to go ahead but folks that build such, do not recommend such small cases.

I have to guess you're OK with troublesome or short lived PCs?

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Think Again?

thank you very much I will consider about it ... I just want to make some small beast that are nice but if in the future that will make me a bit of trouble a lot I think I have to think again thank you very much for your opinion i really appreciate it

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