I am building my first pc ever any advise.

Im building a computer for the first time ever I welcome any advise

specs

p8p67 pro rev 3.1 mobo
I7 2600 1155 socket
windows 7 64 bit sp1
coarsair vengeance blue 16 gb ddr3 sdram dual channel memory kit
ocz 120 agility 3 ssd-3g sata 6.0 gb-s
asus dvd\rw 24x sata
evga gtx 560 ti 2 g
PSU coolermaster 750 w
case: haf 922

My question to all. will all these componets compatible. does any one for see an issue?
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  1. deathstream said:
    Im building a computer for the first time ever I welcome any advise

    specs

    p8p67 pro rev 3.1 mobo
    I7 2600 1155 socket
    windows 7 64 bit sp1
    coarsair vengeance blue 16 gb ddr3 sdram dual channel memory kit
    ocz 120 agility 3 ssd-3g sata 6.0 gb-s
    asus dvd\rw 24x sata
    evga gtx 560 ti 2 g
    PSU coolermaster 750 w
    case: haf 922

    My question to all. will all these componets compatible. does any one for see an issue?


    Looks decent my friend ;0)
  2. If you don't have plans to do SLI , you can go with PSU with max. 600w and you save some bucks.
  3. majorgibly said:
    Looks decent my friend ;0)


    thanks
  4. sosofm said:
    If you don't have plans to do SLI , you can go with PSU with max. 600w and you save some bucks.


    I do plan to go sli in the future. with a second gtx 560 ti
  5. well my first build had a hitch. i put it all togeter and i was pleged with bsod and with the computer shuting off unexpected. then it just plain did not want to start up. the cpu led on the mobo stay lit. indicating a problem with the cpu. Turn out i had a bad mobo. got my new one and no problems what so ever. yet. 2 weeks and counting.

    Ps should i overclock. if so any suggestions.
  6. my advice is read the manual as your building it. go page by page and do not get ahead of yourself. i ignored my own advice and spent a whole day trying to figure out why my i7 wouldnt boot. i re-read the manual and found the ram went in the odd slots not the even 1s, thus causing a no post...


    so yeah keep your manual close and go page by page.


    also you have a 2600 listed. not a k series so over clocking is limited if not none existent as it will depend entirely on the board. some boards will allow you to bump a multi but because of the onchip gfx over-clocking options will be limited.
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