First Gaming PC Build (Possible Compatibility Issues)

December 12, 2011 at 10:17:49
Specs: Windows 7
These are the components i have selected for my build, i would like to know if they are all compatible and if i have left anything out. As well i would like for someone to recommend a good graphics card as im not sure what to get or what is compatible with my motherboard.

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#1
December 12, 2011 at 11:46:16
You should list the parts by mfg, name, number. etc. Don't want to go looking for them.

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#2
December 12, 2011 at 12:12:20
You certainly like to waste your money.

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#3
December 12, 2011 at 20:27:19
I agree with #1 & #2 both.
For gaming the 2500K would be more than enough.
For gaming a 2TB drive is excessive (unless you have other needs)
Not sure how much speed you would pick up with an SSD drive, but that at least there may be a reason for.
You should have chosen a graphics card and quality memory just after choosing a MB & CPU, they are THAT important to gaming.
http://www.videocardbenchmark.net/h...
I cannot understand what a gaming keyboard could give you that a $20. keyboard and a quality mouse can for gaming.
You do not need a water cooling system for gaming. While you will probably be overclocking, extreme overclocking will not give you the stability you need for gaming and a decent air cooled system can handle that more reliably. Plus you will get better overall air flow over all of your components with an air only system.
A fancy case is not always the best case, quality and good air flow design is more important.
If money is not an obstacle then get the 2600K and the SSD, if you like, but everything must make sense and just buying the most expensive is not always the best.
I do not know the motherboard well but I have done well with Gigabyte and Asus is usually spoke of well.

You have to be a little bit crazy to keep you from going insane.


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#4
December 13, 2011 at 19:22:04
Thanks for anwsering guys, thats why i asked the question to figure out if there were different options. Thanks alot, keep em comin!

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