That should do just fine, but there is only a single D-Sub connection for video output on that motherboard. Does your current monitor have D-Sub as well? Check to make sure or you will have to buy a graphics card too. You may also consider getting a different motherboard that includes whatever connection your monitor supports.
Also, unless you don't have one already, you won't need that toolkit. To build your PC you won't need anything other than a philips head and possible a flathead screwdriver. If you already have those then you can drop it.
Everything should work but the board you picked is 1333 ram and the ram you got is 1600. You can save a few bucks by going with a 1333,hz ram, or you can get a little more performance by getting a board with 1600 ram.
If you want a a 1600 board this will be a little more.
The tool kit is a waist. Why do they include hex keys and sockets? All you need is a good long shaft screw driver, if you work on HPs and Dells you might want a screw driver with a star tip, and a good pair of needle nose pliers. I also use a 10 inch hemostat(roach clip) because I am clumsy and this works well for picking up screws dropped in the case.
Do you want a Dual core for budget or quad core for multi tasking. And its not hard. I have some building under my belt. Private Message me if you have questions. Ill be looking up parts. Also i hope you don't already have windows on that drive. cause your gonna need a new copy building a whole new computer
I have been building and fixing computers for 15 years, never wore a static bracelet in my life. Just touch the bare metal of the case beofr you handle the parts. This allows the static to discharge safely so you don't shock a new part. It's also a good idea to use the plastic anti static bag that the mother board ships in as a work surface.
Just to bring things up to date here is what i ended up buying.
CPU-Athlon II x2 250
Case-NZXT GAMMA Classic
Optical drive- Asus
I put it together; the CPU and case fan work, the LEDs work, there's power to the USB ports, the OD seems to work, but nothing on the monitor and no beeps. I did some reading and realized that there was no MoBo Speaker, so i bought one and then set everything up again, this time outside the case but still nothing on the monitor and no beep. The monitor definitely works. I bought a PSU tester and the PSU tested ok. What now?
Silly question... theres no ram on your list.. Do you have ram in the stystem? Some times the ram does not snap in all the way. Pop it out and snap it back in. After its in, make sure the side clips are locked all the way up.
Well i checked and double checked and it looks like all your parts should work together perfectly. I do not belive you have an incompatibility. So that leaves us with 2 possibilities.
1 something is put together incorrectly.
2 a part is defective.
Start with this trouble shooter. Go over every line of it and i bet you will find your issue.