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August 21, 2011 5:08:14 AM

Hello I'm building a new PC for myself. It's a budget PC that I will use for gaming.

Can someone take the time to look through these parts that I've chosen and tell me if they will work with each other?

One of the things I'm especially worried about is if the motherboard I've chosen will fit in the case properly?

I live in AUS so Newegg is out of the question sadly.


CPU
http://www.itsdirect.com.au/products/AMD-Phenom-II-X4-Q...
$ 125.40

GPU
http://www.itsdirect.com.au/products/Galaxy-nVidia-Gefo...
$ 144.65

MOBO
http://www.itsdirect.com.au/products/Asus-M4N68T-M-nVid...
$ 65.45

RAM
http://www.itsdirect.com.au/products/Corsair-2GB--1-x-2...
$ 18.43

CASE
http://www.itsdirect.com.au/products/CoolerMaster-Elite...
$ 48.40

DVD DRIVE
http://www.itsdirect.com.au/products/ASUS-DRW-24B3ST-SA...
$ 28.38

HDD
http://www.itsdirect.com.au/products/Seagate-500GB-ST35...
$ 43.45

POWER SUPPLY
http://www.itsdirect.com.au/products/Gigabyte-Superb-55...
$ 60.50

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a c 136 B Homebuilt system
a b V Motherboard
August 21, 2011 6:12:17 AM

I couldnt be bothered clicking all your links to see what you were going to buy , but I did check the cpu and mb

The mb is junk with an nVidia chipset . Use a mb with an AMD chip set

and mention what these parts are , and what you are using the machine for because that way you'll get better replies [ than this one ]
a b B Homebuilt system
a c 125 V Motherboard
August 21, 2011 8:46:01 AM

You are really short changing yourself with such a low end MB. That said, everything will fit as you have it speced now.
a b V Motherboard
August 21, 2011 3:47:41 PM

Hmm any particular reason for choosing an AMD CPU ? there are plenty of fast CPU's from Intel for similar prices.

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