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Which Motherboard should I use?

Hey everyone I am building my very first pc! I've decided that since this is my first PC I should build a decent BUDGET one.

I have already purchased the cpu, and graphics card:

I bought an Intel Core i5-2400 for $40.
I bought a Galaxy NVIDIA Geforce GTX 560 Ti ($35)

Which motherboard should I purchase that would fit these two? Also I am needing a case with a cooler/psu or a case and a cooler and psu.

Thank you!
Hope you guys can help me in my journey for the first PC I've built! :wahoo:
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    Asus P8H61-M, Cooler Master N200 or Fractal CORE 1000 or Corsair 88R are nice MATX cases for the board, a Seasonic S12II or Corsair CXM, and any decent aftermarket CPU cooler (Cryorig M9i is a decent $20 option for non-overclockers and will keep it cool)
  2. Justiceinacan said:
    Asus P8H61-M, Cooler Master N200 or Fractal CORE 1000 or Corsair 88R are nice MATX cases for the board, a Seasonic S12II or Corsair CXM, and any decent aftermarket CPU cooler (Cryorig M9i is a decent $20 option for non-overclockers and will keep it cool)


    Thank you for the reply! I will keep this motherboard and these cases and items in mind! The Asus P8H61-M seems like a really nice, budget motherboard!
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