I'm looking to update my computer. I've been looking at parts and came up with a general build. What I don't know is if everything will be compatible or if I made any really obvious stupid mistakes in making it (this is my first time doing this). I'm just curious if someone could confirm that I'm not buying something that's either really inefficient or incompatible. Or if anyone has suggestions for other parts. I don't really want to spend anything over this unless there's huge advantages to it. I won't be using this for anything special, only the occasional game or image editing software, and I don't care if they aren't the fastest possible, just looking for something that'll run. If this is too much for what I want, I'd be happy to downgrade quite a bit of it. Probably be happy to really, budget's tight but looking at other builds it feels like this is reasonable. If there's anywhere you think I'd be fine downgrading tell me. I'd like to buy this as soon as possible. If I got a few replies, I'd be happy to this weekend, but don't mind waiting if there's advantage to it. I based a bit off the computer built in September, just because that was the easiest thing I saw to follow.
I've already got mouse, keyboard, hard drives and OS... I doubt I'll bother overclocking or using crossfire.
Case and Power supply combo
Rosewill Wind Ryder RZLS142A-P BK Dual 120mm Cooling Fans and Mesh Design Front Panel Steel ATX Mid Tower Computer Case - Retail
Rosewill Stallion Series RD500-2SB 500W ATX12V v2.2 Power Supply - Retail http://www.newegg.com/Product/ComboDealDetails.aspx?Ite...