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Building my first PC! Compatibility check / part help

Hey, after a long time ive finally decided to upgrade to a real desktop after using my laptop for years. I have something built up that I put together and had my friends give me some advice about, and I just wanted to get a few more opinions and make sure that everything was also compatible. I used pcpartpicker but just wanted to make sure. This is what Im looking at http://pcpartpicker.com/p/27tMP6
any help would really be appreciated :)
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  1. they are all compatible :)

    dont you want to try M2 SSD?
    http://pcpartpicker.com/part/samsung-internal-hard-drive-mzn5e250bw
  2. Few personal changes i would do is get a noctua nh d15 for the same price its better than the water cooler actually..
    If ur gaming 3000mhz wont make difference so would stick with 2400 or so and save a few bucks.
    And finally would get the gigabyte g1 gaming 970 cuz some say the twin frozr fails for no reason but other than that its a nice build...
  3. AMD Radeon said:
    they are all compatible :)

    dont you want to try M2 SSD?
    http://pcpartpicker.com/part/samsung-internal-hard-drive-mzn5e250bw

    Thanks for the help, and ill check it out. Still making some final decisions. :)
  4. Dulith1118 said:
    Few personal changes i would do is get a noctua nh d15 for the same price its better than the water cooler actually..
    If ur gaming 3000mhz wont make difference so would stick with 2400 or so and save a few bucks.
    And finally would get the gigabyte g1 gaming 970 cuz some say the twin frozr fails for no reason but other than that its a nice build...

    I was actually looking at that cpu cooler, I kinda was leaning towards the water cooled only because my room tends to get pretty stuffy and hot in the summer bc I have no place for AC and im on the top floor of my house, but Idk if that would even really make a difference lol. And I am going to switch out for a different graphics card aswell, kinda leaning towards the EVGA or the gigabyte. Thanks for the advice :)
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    Personally, I would go with this combo, but it's only available for a couple more hours.

    http://www.newegg.com/Product/ComboBundleDetails.aspx?ItemList=Combo.2850820
  6. its a good system/ go with it.
    all changes the people suggest above are personal.
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