Are all these parts compatible?

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  1. Yep, you're good to go, looks like a decent little build.
  2. Best answer
    Rosewill PSU is not good, if you dont plan on upgrading your GPU in the future you can get a Corsair 400CX, it will be enough and is cheaper than the rosewill after rebate, if you ever plan to upgrade your GPU in the future i suggest the Seasonic S12II 520W, it will handle any single GPU easily.

    Combo your CPU and GPU and save $12

    I would suggest you pay slightly more for your HDD, you can upgrade it to a samsung F3 500GB, it will be significantly faster and is only $7 more
  3. Ok. Thanks, will this build work for gaming? With the adjustments recommended?
  4. The 4670 will let you play stuff on medium settings reasonably well, its not going ot be a high end gaming rig but its also not costing you an arm and a leg.
  5. What are some better graphics cards that will work with the system?
  6. Look into the 5xxx series, a 5750 or 5770 would give a significant boost in performance, but also cost about twice as much as that 4670.
  7. Thanks for all the help hunter, will this perform better ?
  8. The 5570 is similar in performance to the 4670, the 5550 will perform slightly worse. Its not that the 4670 is bad, its just that its not great, its fine if you are okay with medium settings.
  9. I want to be able to play lotro on high, but need a affordable graphic card that can do that
  10. What resolution do you play at? Resolution greatly determines how strong the GPU needs to be to get stuff on high.
  11. 1440x900 might go a little high but I highly doubt it
  12. Best answer selected by Natecb.
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