Would this future set up work alright?

Hi everyone,

I am just learning how to build my own PC and am having trouble working out what part will work, or support with what.
So far, I have this.

CPU
Intel® Core™ i7-2600K Processor
Motherboard
Crosshair V Formula
Case
HAF 932 Advanced or Antec 1200 V3
RAM
Vengeance™ — 4GB Dual Channel DDR3 Memory Kit
Graphics Card
NOTHING YET
Hard Drive(s)
NOTHING YET
Optical Drive
NOTHING YET
Power Supply
Corsair TX750 V2 750W

Will everything work alright? I read on http://www.asus.com.au/Motherboards/AMD_AM3Plus/Crosshair_V_Formula/#CPUS that it does not support the CPU I chose. It only supports like, two brands or types?

Can someone help me out with this? Thank you.
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  1. anyone?
  2. bump.
  3. read the thread about how to ask for advice
  4. It will tell you not to bump. Honestly, you did it twice in one hour. There's no such thing as a bump on Tom's.
    So.
    -What's your budget? That's what'll decide all your parts.
    -2500K. It's equivalent to the 2600K in gaming (which I assume is what you're doing?) and costs $100 less.
    -8gb RAM. It's not essential, but it's nice to have headroom, and it's only $25ish more. I recommend G. Skill Ripjaws 1600.
    -Apparently the Samsung Spinpoint drives are good.
    -The optical drive can be anything with good reviews on Newegg. It can be cheap.
    -That PSU is overkill for any one graphics card. It can handle two of most non-highest-end models. The PSU that you'll get will be determined by your graphics card(s).
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