Are these parts compatible with each other?

Are these parts compatible with each other? this is my first time building a PC so I'm fairly new at it, but I'm relatively sure they're compatible, id just like some confirmation :D. Primary use will be for gaming.

Motherboard - Gigabyte GA-Z68X-UD3H-B3 Motherboard
CPU - Intel Core i5 2500K
RAM - G.Skill Ripjaws X F3-12800CL9Q-16GBXL (4x4GB) DDR3
Graphics Card - Sapphire Radeon HD6970 2GB
PSU - OCZ Fatal1ty Series 750W Modular
Hard Drive - Western Digital Caviar Black 1TB WD1002FAEX
Case - Lian Li Lancool First Knight PC-K63
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  1. You're good to go.
  2. Looks like a sweet build. Keep in mind if you plan a second 6970 you'll need a larger power supply if you plan on any overclocking.
  3. 600/650w recommended for a single card, or 850w if you plan to crossfire.

    Also for gaming, there's no need for more than 8GB RAM so you could save yourself some money there. Also might be worth checking out Samsungs 1TB SpinPoint F3 HDD which is again slightly cheaper than the WD with no lesser performance.
  4. AdrianPerry said:
    600/650w recommended for a single card, or 850w if you plan to crossfire.

    Also for gaming, there's no need for more than 8GB RAM so you could save yourself some money there. Also might be worth checking out Samsungs 1TB SpinPoint F3 HDD which is again slightly cheaper than the WD with no lesser performance.


    You get what you pay for with the hardrive. I can't stress that enough. I'd stick with the WD Black no doubt.
  5. From reviews I've seen though the SpinPoint actually out performs the Caviar Blacks? And I've not heard of any reliability issues with them...
  6. AdrianPerry said:
    From reviews I've seen though the SpinPoint actually out performs the Caviar Blacks? And I've not heard of any reliability issues with them...


    So the F3 is what 1ms faster? Your gonna notice that?

    Your getting 2 more years warranty from the Black.

    Samsung F3's haven't even been around long enough to see reliability issues. WD has been making hdd's for decades.

    Like I said, you get what you pay for.
  7. Oh I don't doubt Western Digital's credibility, as you say they have been making HDD's for a long time and are a well established manufacturer. Personally I use SeaGate Barracudas.
  8. Seagate...ughh.

    They are even worse, only offer 2yrs on OEM drives now.
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