LG W2261VP 22" LCD Wide Full HD Gaming Monitor 1920 x 1080
please could u guys tell me if these components will not cause a problem when i put them together and load the computer up for the first time. i would also appreciate any feedback. please comment and answer because i never get replies
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First of all, what's your budget? Second, what are you using it for? Basically, we want you to follow the guidelines from the link in my signature.
I'll go ahead and point out that every is pretty much terrible in that build. The HDD is slow, the RAM is fussy (especially with Intel boards), the board is not a good choice, the PSU is a POS, and the GPU is way behind it's time and more expensive than better ones. I'm also wary of any component that doesn't have a name (like that case).
Judging from the parts you've selected, I'm guessing the budget is about $600-700 (tower only). If that's the case, here's what I recommend (links are to a US site in USD, so you can just find the parts wherever you want to buy from):
Mobo: If you don't want to do Crossfire later, a Gigabyte GA-770TA-UD3 would be fine.
RAM: Any non-OCZ 1600 mhz CAS Latency 7 sticks
HDD: Samsung Spinpiont F3 500 GB
Case: Coolermaster 690, Coolermaster Elite, Antec 300, Antec 900/902, HAF 922
PSU: 650W from Antec, Corsair, SeaSonic or Silverstone. I picked a 750W unit because that combo is excellent (but unavailable to you)
Optical: Literally the cheapest you can find
Well changing from i5-750 to Phenom II X4 will save ~£30, then changing motherboard will save at least £50. If he went for the Antec 300 that would cost ~£20 extra. Everything else I've linked is pretty much the same price as the parts he originally listed, just different and higher quality.
Those changes could probably pay for a 5850. Or maybe an entry level 465, again if Nvidia is necessary for some reason.
I remember your username humz, did I respond to your previous thread?