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PC build compatibility check

Hi, I am building my first computer and I need a little help making sure the parts I picked will work with each other. As you can probably tell I am not interested in overclocking.

Thanks for your help folks.


Intel Core i7-4770 - 3.4GHz - Socket 1150 Quad-core, includes cooler

MSI GeForce GTX 780 Gaming - 3GB - PCI-E DVI / HDMI / DisplayPort.

ASUS H87-PLUS - Socket 1150 - ATX Intel H87, 4xDDR3, SATA600 / USB3.0
The site has many h87 versions, not sure which one to pick.

Seasonic M12II Bronze Evo Edition - 620 Watt Fully modular

Western Digital Blue - 1TB 3.5", SATA600, 7200rpm, 64MB

Crucial Ballistix Sport 8GB - PC3-12800 - DIMM DDR3, 1600MHz, 1.5V, CL9, 2x4GB

Fractal Design Define R4 Window Midi-Tower, 2xUSB2.0 / 2xUSB3.0 / Audio

Asus DRW-24F1ST - DVD Burner SATA
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  1. Put your parts into a list on pcpartpicker.com - this will let you know if there are incompatibilities, and help you identify possible alternatives and/or improvements to parts you've chosen

    My one suggestion would be to try an SSHD instead of your HD - it will give you SSD speed OS and app loads
  2. Best answer
    Looks fine. Everything is compatible and balanced. Your motherboard is good. Asus is one of the top motherboard manufacturers.
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