Is this motherboard fit to my combinants?

Hello
I want to build new PC
and I want to make sure that the motherboard work smoothly with cpu,ram and the video card

m.b asus h55
ram 2 g ddr3
cpu phenom II x4 955
v.card hd 5770

plz tell me if you have suggestions to improve my combination!
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  1. No, you need an amd AM3 socket mobo.
  2. is gigabyte 790 considered am3 socket?
  3. Yep. It should say right there AM3 socket and that supports Athlon II and Phenom II CPUs. Also should have support for DDR3 RAM.

    http://www.gigabyte.com/products/list.aspx?s=42&jid=9&p=2&v=2

    Check out the AM3 mobos
  4. i5 750 + asus p55 is the way to go !

    Unless you want to save 20$ and may be upgrade to a 6 core processor that doesn't even beat an i5 750 (unless if you do programmation stuff and editing(which I'm sure you don't.).)

    This is my thought, with a 30$ aftermarket cooler you may reach 3.5-3.8 ghz with a low voltage with this chip !

    It's up to you, I'm not saying am3 is no good, but I say 1156 might be better for the present.
  5. abswindows7 said:
    i5 750 + asus p55 is the way to go !

    Unless you want to save 20$ and may be upgrade to a 6 core processor that doesn't even beat an i5 750 (unless if you do programmation stuff and editing(which I'm sure you don't.).)

    This is my thought, with a 30$ aftermarket cooler you may reach 3.5-3.8 ghz with a low voltage with this chip !

    It's up to you, I'm not saying am3 is no good, but I say 1156 might be better for the present.

    thank you very much i
    i do some searching and i thing i will take your advise especially if you know that in my country i5 750 + asus p55 is cheaper !
  6. You lucky ! In mine we get ripped off xD What is your screen resolution and size ? If you plan on gaming : 4 gig of ram is recommanded.

    Also, if you play on a monitor more than 22inch you should go for a hd 58xx card. Else you'll play with reduced graphic ( or no aa )
  7. I would get 4gb of RAM because it looks like you are going to be playing games, and most current games recommend at LEAST 4gb of RAM. It does not cost that much more but will get you huge performance benefits.
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