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April 13, 2014 4:36:14 PM

Hey, so I'm building my first gaming PC, I know a reasonable amount about the process and have received input from several people on several forums, mostly this site and Tom's Hardware, I also have received help in the building of this PC from my friend who has already built a gaming rig, just wondering if all these parts will work together and on my TV instead of a monitor?
TV - http://www.tesco.com/direct/toshiba-...w/211-3468.prd - It runs at 50/60Hz, I'm not sure, is that 50 or 60 FPS? It says 50/60Hz on the TV itself.
Case - Corsair Carbide 300R CC-9011017-WW.
SSD - Samsung 840 EVO 250GB 2.5 inch SATA SSD.
CPU - Intel Core i5 4670K.
HDD - WD 1TB.
RAM - Corsair Vengeance 8GB 1600MHz Low Profile (2X4).
Motherboard - MSI Z87-G45-GAMING ATX Motherboard.
OS - Windows 7 Home Premium 64 Bit.
Wi-Fi Card - Asus PCE-N15 (Just thrown in to show I hadn't forgotten it).
Graphics Card - Asus Nvidia GeForce GTX 760
Power Supply - Corsair CXM 600W.

I'm going to stick with the stock cooler, that'd be okay as I'm not doing anything such as recording or rendering while gaming.
Would that TV work, would all the parts work together and would they all fit in the case?
I already had troubles with a Zalman case and had to change it:/

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April 13, 2014 5:55:57 PM

-hz is equal to fps, yes.
-tvs ARE monitors, but with an atsc tuner built into them. no reason it wouldnt work.
-all of your parts will fit together and work (assuming none are DOA)
-you can do intensive tasks on the stock cooler. that isnt a problem. if you want to overclock you will want aftermarket cooling.
-why are you getting a k processor if you do not intend to overclock? the k processor is actually lacking a virtualization feature the non-k processor has. the only advantage of the k processor is overclocking.
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April 14, 2014 12:37:35 PM

neon neophyte said:
-hz is equal to fps, yes.
-tvs ARE monitors, but with an atsc tuner built into them. no reason it wouldnt work.
-all of your parts will fit together and work (assuming none are DOA)
-you can do intensive tasks on the stock cooler. that isnt a problem. if you want to overclock you will want aftermarket cooling.
-why are you getting a k processor if you do not intend to overclock? the k processor is actually lacking a virtualization feature the non-k processor has. the only advantage of the k processor is overclocking.


Thanks for that, I was just under the impression the 4670K was the best I could get for my money, what would you suggest then as I will not be overclocking any time soon?
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April 14, 2014 12:44:16 PM

well if u intend to overclock in the future, stick with the 4670k. if not, there is the 4670 (non-k)
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