Solved First ever gaming pc, not sure if parts are compatible! Tags: Gaming CPUs Cooling Build Motherboards GPUs Compatibility Systems Last response: July 3, 2013 10:12 AM in Systems Share Rhonin July 3, 2013 7:44:12 AM Hi all, I'm building my first pc ever, and kinda got this build together: CPU:http://www.ditech.at/artikel/IC5357K/Prozessor_INTEL_Co... GPU:http://www.ditech.at/artikel/GPA2G28/Grafikkarte_PCI-E_... Motherboard:http://www.ditech.at/artikel/MAS919/Mainboard_S-1155_AS... CPU cooler:http://www.ditech.at/artikel/CLCMHT4/Prozessorkuehler_C... PSU:http://www.ditech.at/artikel/N55TT3/Netzteil_ATX_550_Wa... SSD:http://www.ditech.at/artikel/H2D01KI/Solid_State_Drive_... HDD:http://www.ditech.at/artikel/H3S10SE/Festplatte_35Zoll_... Optical drive:http://www.ditech.at/artikel/DVRSS19/DVD-PlusR-PlusRW_S... RAM:2xDR III Kingston 4GB 1600MHZ HyperX Case:ThermalTake V4 Black Edition So does it all fit together? Is the PSU too weak, too strong? Any better options for this price range? Thanks in advance! More about : gaming parts compatible Reply to Rhonin GamerDrone July 3, 2013 7:52:32 AM Yes .. everything it good and PSU is sufficient bt i would recommend to get a 650 Watt PSU for future upgradation.... Also the 4th Gen Intel Haswell processors are out so u may wanna check them out as well... Reply to GamerDrone g-unit1111 a b 4 Gaming a b à CPUs a b V Motherboard July 3, 2013 9:42:29 AM It looks decent, I'd suggest moving a few things around and then it would be a solid build. Thermaltake is not a vendor that is well known for producing quality power supplies. Case: http://www.ditech.at/artikel/GMCO15/Gehaeuse_Miditower_... PSU: http://www.ditech.at/artikel/N65CO6/Netzteil_ATX_650_Wa... Motherboard: http://www.ditech.at/artikel/MAS405/Mainboard_S-1150_AS... CPU: http://www.ditech.at/artikel/IC5467K/Prozessor_INTEL_Co... Cooler: http://www.ditech.at/artikel/CLCMT3E/Prozessorkuehler_C... SSD: http://www.ditech.at/artikel/H2D01OI/Solid_State_Drive_... This will give you significantly faster system performance - new Haswell CPU, better SSD, and overclock friendly CPU. Reply to g-unit1111 Can't find your answer ? Ask ! Get the answer Best solution AxlFone a b 4 Gaming a b à CPUs a b V Motherboard July 3, 2013 10:12:47 AM That Corsair PSU is crap. Get Super Flower or seasonic. Two better place where you buy parts. http://www.mindfactory.de/product_info.php/550-Watt-Sup... http://www.mindfactory.de/product_info.php/550-Watt-Sea... or http://www.hardwareversand.de/439/PC-Components.search http://www.hardwareversand.de/500+-+600+Watts/41093/Sup... and take this cooler: http://www.mindfactory.de/product_info.php/Thermalright... this is cheaper SSD and you can buy bigger , it is better to have bigger. Smaller do get so easy full. http://www.mindfactory.de/product_info.php/256GB-SanDis... I think you can find intel 4670k and gigabyte x-d3h And good memory like g.skill,corsair or crucial BTW asrock H and B mobo can overclock the k CPU just like the Z mobo. if you want cheaprer build. I think you are better with Z-87 like this: http://www.mindfactory.de/product_info.php/Gigabyte-Z87... here is all how Id make it https://www.mindfactory.de/shopping_cart.php/basket_act... Reply to AxlFone Ask the community Post an answer Related resources: ForumFirst time building pc, not sure if all parts are compatible. And would really like feedback. ForumFirst time custom building a pc, not sure if parts are compatible ForumSo i restarted my gaming pc build and need to make sure that all parts are compatible Forumit's my first time building a gaming pc and i'm pretty sure all my components are compatible but... ForumHello,I am building a computer for the first time. I would like to check to make sure all the parts are compatible, could ForumSolvedFirst Gaming PC build (Compatible parts?) Forumbuilding my first gaming pc and wanna know if these parts are compatible ForumSolvedAre these PC parts compatibles? First time building a pc for gaming could use some tips. ForumFirst build. Are these good and compatible parts for a gaming pc? ForumAre these parts compatible? (First-time builder, gaming pc) ForumSolvedParts help for first ever PC build : psu , motherboard , ram , and case. ForumSolvedBuilding first pc - how to know if the parts are compatible? ForumFirst build need to make sure parts are compatible ForumSolvedFirst PC Build: Are my Parts Compatible? ForumSolvedFirst Time Builder, Not sure about part compatibility. ForumFirst ever gaming rig--pretty sure I'm screwing up somehow(<2k budget) ForumSolvedIs this a good gaming pc for under $1000 and are all parts compatible? ForumSolvedFirst Ever Build Gaming PC ForumSolvedThis is my final gaming PC build, are the parts compatible with each other? ForumSolvedMy first PC build. Are the parts compatible? Please Critique it. More resources Read discussions in other Systems categories Homebuilt New Build Prebuilt Cases Power Supplies RAM CyberPower !