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Hi all

So I finally saved enough money to start to order the hardwares for my new PC. I will use some parts from my current PC (HDD, CD Drive, GPU and PSU.)

I just want you guys to tell me if these parts will be compatible and any kind of a suggestions, because this is the first time I'm building a new PC.

Case (NEW): http://www.amazon.co.uk/CiT-Vantage-Gaming-Audio-Reader/dp/B0071KZNUY/ref=sr_1_2?s=computers&ie=UTF8&qid=1397088603&sr=1-2&keywords=pc+case+4+fans

Motherboard (NEW): http://uk.pcpartpicker.com/part/gigabyte-motherboard-ga78lmtusb3

CPU (NEW): http://uk.pcpartpicker.com/part/amd-cpu-fd6300wmhkbox

GPU (Current): Radeon R9 270x 4GB

PSU: 750W

If i out all these parts together would they work? Any suggestions before I order them?

Thanks
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  1. They will be compatible, but if I were you I'd save a little more money to get a better motherboard. Motherboards under $50 aren't very reliable.
  2. I assume you live in UK. What's your budget?
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    Will all work together, might suggest if not planning to XFire your GPU, can save some money on the PSU, for your rig a 500 with 24 AMPS on the 12 volt rail will more than suffice and have headroom, would take any savings and look to a better mobo ;)
  4. Oh yea, for some reason I thought you already had the power supply. 750 watts is definitely overkill. I agree with Tradesman.
  5. zeph_yr said:
    They will be compatible, but if I were you I'd save a little more money to get a better motherboard. Motherboards under $50 aren't very reliable.


    Thanks. Any suggestions? I dont have enough budget for a really good one, so maybe just a little bit more expensive. Thanks
  6. okcnaline said:
    I assume you live in UK. What's your budget?


    Yes. My budget for the mobo+ram+case+8gb DDR3 at 230-240 pounds MAX.
  7. Tradesman1 said:
    Will all work together, might suggest if not planning to XFire your GPU, can save some money on the PSU, for your rig a 500 with 24 AMPS on the 12 volt rail will more than suffice and have headroom, would take any savings and look to a better mobo ;)


    I already have the PSU it was 35 pounds. I am not planning to xfire my gpu. Any suggestions for the mobo?
  8. Are you tied to the micro form factor
  9. Tradesman1 said:
    Are you tied to the micro form factor


    What do you mean? I dont understand sorry.
  10. Can you go to a reagular size ATX motherboard?
  11. Tradesman1 said:
    Can you go to a reagular size ATX motherboard?


    My Case supports ATX / micro atx and mini itx
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