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Are there any compatibility issues building a PC with these components?

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June 11, 2014 2:15:33 PM

Motherboard : ASUS MAXIMUS VII RANGER

http://www.alza.cz/asus-maximus-vii-ranger-d1481447.htm

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CPU: Intel core i7 4790
http://www.alza.cz/intel-core-i7-4790-d1481126.htm
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GPU: ASUS GTX770-DC2OC-2GD5
http://www.alza.cz/asus-gtx770-dc2oc-2gd5-d435172.htm
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Power Unit : Corsair RM850
http://www.alza.cz/EN/corsair-rm850-d466462.htm
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Hard Drive:

Seagate Barracuda 7200.14 3000GB s Advanced Format
http://www.alza.cz/seagate-barracuda-7200-12-3000gb-s-a...

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Kingston SSDNow V300 240GB 7mm + Seagate Barracuda 7200.14 2000GB s Advanced Format

http://www.alza.cz/kingston-ssdnow-v300-240gb-d368939.h...
http://www.alza.cz/seagate-barracuda-7200-12-2000gb-s-a...

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Case Fan: NOCTUA NF-F12 PWM
http://www.alza.cz/noctua-nf-f12-pwm-d289675.htm

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Optic Drive: ASUS DRW-24F1ST černá
http://www.alza.cz/asus-drw-24f1st-cerna-d462034.htm

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Kingston 8 gigabytes KIT DDR3 1600MHz CL9 HyperX blu Edition
http://www.alza.cz/EN/kingston-8gb-kit-ddr3-1600mhz-cl9...

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Case: Cooler Master HAF 932 Advanced
http://www.alza.cz/cooler-master-haf-932-advanced-d3033...

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Microsoft Windows 8.1 ENG 64-bit
http://www.alza.cz/microsoft-windows-8-1-eng-d482936.ht...



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June 11, 2014 2:35:23 PM

There will be no compatibility issues here.
Just wanted to say that 4790 is non-overclock-able version CPU, you have to get 4790k to be able to OC.
Also I don't know if you already have one, but just for good conscience sake, want to point out that you didn't choose a CPU Cooler?
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June 11, 2014 2:37:03 PM

Hello! Yes, 50% of the people told me to add it, 50% not to add it.. i've thought to try with the stock fan and the to add and aftermarket one in case of crazy temperatures.. am i wrong? :) 
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June 11, 2014 3:00:01 PM



Get the 212 Evo, like they advised, you can notice temps differences up to 20 C degrees on full load.
It prolongs the life of your CPU, and stock cooler can be very bad sometimes.

You also said that you are planning to do SLI in future.
If that is the case, then I would suggest getting the 4gb version of GTX 770.
2gb would be serious bottle-neck, even for 1080p gaming, and especailly for future games.
If you aren't able to find any 4gb version smilar priced to 2gb.
Then you should just get GTX 780 3GB, cause it usually cost as much as 4gb 770 (if 4gb 770 isn't on price cut).
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June 11, 2014 9:43:17 PM

"Then you should just get GTX 780 3GB, cause it usually cost as much as 4gb 770 (if 4gb 770 isn't on price cut)." --> Do you think it will be compatible with all my other components?
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June 12, 2014 2:20:24 AM

And84 said:
"Then you should just get GTX 780 3GB, cause it usually cost as much as 4gb 770 (if 4gb 770 isn't on price cut)." --> Do you think it will be compatible with all my other components?


Ye. for GPU's you don't need to look out for stuff like bracket.
It fits right into PCIE slot, which you got many enough to do an SLI, so no worries there.
(all PCIE revisions are back-wards compatible with each other. Though it doesn't matter for you, since your motherboard have latest PCIE 3.0 revision anyway and about revision let's just put out general thing is that every higher revisions, have more bandwidth)
Also you need to look out is enough power to run the system and your 850w is enough to run 2 of those cards, so also no worries.

It will work, no problem :) 
Like I wrote for SLI 770, you want 4GB version of the card, if you won't find any smilar priced to 2GB version.
and the pricing being rather closer to 780, then just get 780.
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June 12, 2014 10:00:39 AM

The 780 is to expensive now, i'll go for a double GPU when prices get lower! But it has to be an indetical GPU?
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June 12, 2014 3:03:11 PM

And84 said:
The 780 is to expensive now, i'll go for a double GPU when prices get lower! But it has to be an indetical GPU?



It has to be same Model, and recommended same amount of VRAM.
Otherwise you can mix brands.
Go for 1 card now, and upgrade later to SLI when priced drops when 800 series comes out.
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