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Are all of these parts compatible for my new build??? INTEL!

Last response: in Systems
May 30, 2011 6:29:26 PM

Hey everyone!

Thanks for taking the time to look at my thread :D  I was just wondering if all of these parts that I'm about to list are compatible with one another, considering I don't know much about Sandy Bridge specs. I would just like to know if all these parts will work together, or if I need a different bridge type, or if I need to get a different CPU or Mobo so everything matches up! I think this should all work together without any issues, but it's always better to be safe then sorry!!!

Here's the list:
Mobo -


Power Supply -


Graphics Card -

CD/DVD Drive -

Case -

Heatsink -

Hard Drive -

That's all! Am I missing any parts? ^_- I don't think I am, but it's always nice to double check. I would love to have a few opinions on if this is compatible, so please message me A.S.A.P!!! Thank you!!! :D 

`Ryan Callahan

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a b B Homebuilt system
May 30, 2011 7:09:13 PM

Looks good.

The stock cooler for 2600K is pretty sweet, maybe try that for a while, not sure what kind of overclock your looking for.
a b B Homebuilt system
May 30, 2011 7:34:18 PM

Not bad but:

- If it's for gaming the cheaper 2500K is just as fast.
- If you're spending $190 for a PSU make sure it says Seasonic, Corsair, Antec, Silverstone, XFX on it.
- The 580 is too expensive for what you get, better get a HD 6970, the MSI Lightning or the Powercolor PCS+ are much cheaper and only slightly slower.