This is gonna be my first attempt at making my own pc. I have been doing quite a bit of research the past few days and have come up with what I think is a pretty decent build for something around $600 bucks. Feel free to say whatever you want , I'm a beginner and I'm sure there are some obvious problems that I haven't picked up on.
I need to know if this is even possible, and if there are any substitutions I should make. I want to use it for some decent gaming, so I dont know if I should get a lesser model of something and upgrade the processor or what. I also wanna keep it around this price but if you can find some serious upgrades for not much more money, thats fine.
Although that's decent RAM at a great price, i'd advise you to spend about $20 more and get this Mushkin, which has better timings and runs at default 1.8v http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E168...
if not, remember to set voltage to 1.9v at post in BIOS with the Corsair RAM
If I were in your shoes, I would be flexible. Don't get set on any one item; sales are going on all over. Fatwallet has lots of deals posted on a variety of items. And get on newegg's email list; they will have more good deals between now and xmas; plenty of similar motherboards that will do the job. I can't wait to stand in line on black friday around 2 am at Fry's.
Thanks for the input, I would have expected that something would be wrong with my original build but it looks like I chose some good stuff. Just wondering if I should definitely go with the case and power supply combo because the deal ends in a few days and I gotta make up my mind, or if I should wait till next Friday and see if I could find something better. Any help would be great. Also if anyone knows any motherboards that are capable of running these Graphics card and processor let me know so I can check out my options.