looking to build an amd pc....are all those together compatible?

cpu: amd fx 8350
motherboard: asus sabertooth 990fx gen 3 pci express 3
gpu: gigabyte 7950 wf3
memory:corsair vengeance 2x4gb 1866
ssd:samsung 840 120gb pro series
psu:nitrox 750w
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  1. Yeah they are
  2. A very solid list. I advise to pay special attention to cooling. Solid CPU cooler and a case with good airflow are a must for this set-up.
  3. suggest a cooling system
  4. As a budget option I can only give http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16835103099 Provided that there is a case with sufficient airflow, you are not supposed to see temps over 60 at stock GHz. I can also give you http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16835608018 which has proven itself to be top notch (although I don't like it at all). My personal favorite is a little bit pricier but dead silenthttp://www.bequiet.com/en/cpucooler/309 , which apparently I can't find on newegg.

    You didn't say if you need a case or not, but I am going to throw an idea or two. I must say I am a Cooler Master fan. The HAF 912+ I'm still using has proved it's worth. http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16811119233 is a regular 912 which has white (instead of black interior and is missing some of the tooless features). I don't know where are you living and which vendors are there, but in Europe 912+ around 70/90 euro depending on the vendor. I got it for 60 on a promotion, a very sweet deal. A budget option is Cooler Master K280 (not found on newegg) which is around half the price. But anyway, if you like the looks is your personal opinion. Whichever case you purchase, my recommended minimum is at least a front intake fan. It will be sweet if there is a top or rear exhaust as well. Dust filters on the case can save you a lot of cleaning time.
  5. i live in greece and i have a mid tower case...super{but its chinese}...i want to avoid liquid cooling and noisy staff too
  6. Before purchasing a cooler, be advised to check if it is compatible with your case. Also the Noctua and be quiet! are both very heavy coolers measuring 1240 grams and 1250 grams respectively. Be sure to properly install them, also be cautious when moving the case. I would also like to point out that the in a tom's comparison between the N14 and the Dark Rock Pro 2 the award went to the Noctua, based on price alone. Some websites point that the Dark Rock runs 1C cooler for anywhere between 0.2 till 1 dB louder. My experience with both coolers resulted in something else - the Noctua's noise is a bit higher pitched making it a bit easier to notice, at least for me. The only audible noise from the Dark Rock Pro 2 was the air current, not the fans.
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