The only thing with the 760 mini itx is that it requires an 8 pin power supply cable. Not sure how you can round that on the X51.
Not a good idea anyway, you need a reference gpu, one that blows the hot air out of the case. Last thing you want to do is blow hot air around inside.
tappin from the neXus 5
Here's a quote from the same techPowerUp review of MSI's GTX 760 Mini Itx card, "MSI's GTX 760 Mini-ITX exhausts hot air out of the case, so its thermal requirements are not that high.". What I like about the card is that its compact, which should allow air to flow into the case a little easier. Also, the 6 pin to 8 pin adapter is included.
That is very true. I'll be picking up my new 330W from the post office today. I got it for $70 off of ebay. I'm on newegg right now looking at the 760's and seeing how I have the i3-4130, I was wondering if there will be a bottleneck. I can either upgrade my gpu or go with a cpu upgrade to an i5-4430.
I would love to do the deal, however I have the 1150 Haswell socket.