First Computer Build

Hello.

This is the first time I am building a computer and I want to know if this build would work. I am going to use this build primarily for gaming. Would this work properly or would any parts not work together?

Specs:
Graphics Card: GIGABYTE GeForce GTX 670

Hard disk: SEAGATE HDD SATA 3000GB ST3000DM001

RAM: CORSAIR DOMINATORGT 12GB (3x4GB) 2000MHz CMT12GX3M3A2000C9

Motherboard: ASROCK Z77 Extreme4

Processor: Intel Core i7-3770K Processor 3.50 GHz BX80637I73770K

Power Supply: Corsair HX 750 CMPSU-750HXv2

Case: COOLER MASTER 690 II Plus NVIDIA Edition

DVD Writer: LG DVD Writer GH22NS50

Monitor: BenQ G2420HDB 16:9 LCD Monitor 24 inches
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  1. HI there im get almost the same rig then you but you dont need 750W PSU take some 600W. And if its just for gaming i5 3570K will do same work.
  2. Regarding your memory choice,you may be better off going with an 8 GB or 16 GB kit since the motherboard is designed for dual channel memory. This means either installing memory in 2 or 4 slots for best memory performance. If you install memory in 3 slots (of the four) I'm not sure if you will sacrifice memory operation but I'm thinking it will. Maybe someone with more expertise can clarify what I'm thinking (or prove me wrong in my assumption).

    As for the sizeof the PSU, I agree with teeshq, you could probably do with a 600 or 650 watt PSU, depending on how hard you will be overclocking (if at all).

    I also agree with teeshq regarding your choice of cpu, the 3770k is not necessary for a good gaming rig, unless you are also going to be doing other high-end graphics applications, such as video editting.

    Also, if you are planning on overclocking, you may want to consider an aftermarket HSF to replace the stock one that comes with the cpu, just make sure that it will fit with the RAM you will be using.

    Additionally, you may want to consider getting a SSD to use as your boot drive and a smaller HDD (Like a 1 or 2 TB WD Black) for your games/application.

    Last note, don't forget that you will need a mouse, keyboard and operating system.

    Best of luck!
  3. this works better and isnt overkill
    http://pcpartpicker.com/p/QD9F

    im assuming you are going to do SLI in the future if you are using 750w psus
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