Components compatible?

Hello,

first of all, new to the forums! Been lurking around for a while, and I'm in a need of assistance.

I only want to ask about these components; will they work/fit together? If they do, that's the setup I will be buying with my budget. A budget gaming PC, that is.

Case + PSU - http://www.jimmspc.fi/tuote/PC-ST1E-AC-01
MoBo - http://www.jimmspc.fi/tuote/GA-P55A-UD3
CPU - http://www.jimmspc.fi/tuote/BX80605I5760
GPU - http://www.jimmspc.fi/tuote/GAIN-1213
RAM - http://www.jimmspc.fi/tuote/KVR1333D3N9K2%2F4G
HDD - http://www.jimmspc.fi/tuote/WD5000AADS
DVD - http://www.jimmspc.fi/tuote/SH-S223C%2FBEBE

Total cost: ~750 €uros.

EDIT, fail at linking, new components.
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  1. First, welcome to the forum, Newcomer. Second, when posting links using the "" syntax, omitt the "http://". Lastly, your component selection will be compatible.

    Although you are capable of finding your own RAM, just be careful not to get RAM that requires voltage in excess of 1.65V.
  2. T_T said:
    First, welcome to the forum, Newcomer. Second, when posting links using the "" syntax, omitt the "http://". Lastly, your component selection will be compatible.

    Although you are capable of finding your own RAM, just be careful not to get RAM that requires voltage in excess of 1.65V.


    OK, so they do match. Just as I thought. Thanks.

    Upgraded those earlier components a bit, would that make a decent gaming PC? Been in the army, lost track of what's hip and what's hop nowadays, haha. Reviews don't tell everything. :)
  3. So far, all of the components you've selected will make a very good gaming PC. However, don't be fooled by the hype... If you're one who measures performance by FPS, don't be alarmed when you find out that w/o a very good monitor, you won't average higher than 40-50 FPS.

    The card you've selected is very nice, in fact, a 460 is not a modest card at all. The limitations you will be bound by is your monitor's Native Resolution. This means that if the NR of your monitor is merely 800x600, the 460 is a waste of money. Using resolutions that are higher than the monitor's NR will cause serious display lag. This will cause a severe drop in your FPS.

    On the other hand, if your monitor is capable of 1920 x 1200, the 460 is a briliant choice. You'll be able to max the video settings in every game and still see high quality display.

    About your RAM choice... While Kingston is a reputable brand, the Value RAM isn't very impressive; its meant for builds with tight budgets. Consider this:

    http://www.jimmspc.fi/tuote/CMP4GX3M2A1600C9?t=false

    its more expensive, but better for performance and over clocking
  4. ram - http://www.jimmspc.fi/tuote/TW3X2G1600C9D

    i didn't choose the XMS series cos they have a lot of issues. But T_T's suggestion is a better route.
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