Yet another first build verification

My friend wants a gaming computer so I've put something together on ebuyer.com. Just want to know if all these parts are compatible with each other for what will be my first full build.

i have chosen:

case w/power supply
http://www.ebuyer.com/250952-coolermaster-centurion-5-ii-special-edition-with-red-interior-with-coolermaster-rc-502-kwa1-jp

CPU
Intel Pentium G620 2.6GHz Socket 1155 3MB L3 Cache Retail Boxed Processor
http://www.ebuyer.com/264713-intel-pentium-g620-2-6ghz-socket-1155-3mb-l3-cache-retail-boxed-processor-bx80623g620ASROCK H61M 1155 DVI mATX

Motherboard
Asus P8H61-M LE/USB3 Intel H61 Socket 1155 8 Channel HD Audio mATX
http://www.ebuyer.com/266605-asus-p8h61-m-le-usb3-intel-h61-socket-1155-8-channel-hd-audio-matx-p8h61-m-le-usb3-r3-0

Memory
Corsair 8GB DDR3 1333MHz XMS3
http://www.ebuyer.com/247674-corsair-8gb-ddr3-1333mhz-xms3-memory-cmx8gx3m2a1333c9

Internal Hardrive
http://www.ebuyer.com/272944-seagate-500gb-barracuda-hard-drive-st500dm002

Optical Drive
PIONEER DVR 519 LBK

Graphics card
Gigabyte GT 430 OC 1GB DDR3 DVI VGA HDMI Out PCI-E
http://www.ebuyer.com/241909-gigabyte-gt-430-oc-1gb-ddr3-dvi-vga-hdmi-out-pci-e-graphics-gv-n430oc-1gl

WINDOWS 7 HOME PREMIUM 64-BIT
http://www.ebuyer.com/259863-microsoft-windows-7-home-premium-w-sp1-licence-and-media-1-gfc-02050

altogether this comes to £404

Approximate Purchase Date: built for December 2012

Budget Range: about £400

System Usage from Most to Least Important: everyday stuff web browsing and games but nothing hardcore

Preferred Website(s) for Parts: ebuyer.com

Country: England

Overclocking: no

SLI or Crossfire: no

Monitor Resolution: no idea
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  1. Yet another "please fill out the new build form in the new build section".

    Your choices are absolutely HORRID, you should be looking at a Pentium G/H61 setup in that price range. Fill out the form for advice.
  2. Please read the first post, and edit your post. Otherwise, we won't know what the purpose of this build is, and how will we recommend parts?
  3. ok i will do that but also i dont realy know what the computer willbe used for as i wont be using it
  4. geekapproved said:
    Yet another "please fill out the new build form in the new build section".

    Your choices are absolutely HORRID, you should be looking at a Pentium G/H61 setup in that price range. Fill out the form for advice.


    by pentium G/H61 do you mean like intel sandy bridge with asus p8h61? if so I have taken your 'recommendation' gladly
    thankyou
  5. Pentium G is a CPU series from Intel.

    H61 is one of many motherboard chipsets. There are:
    H61, H77
    Z68, Z77
    P67, P77(I think)

    Z68 and Z77 are the best. They allow SLI, Crossfire, and overclocking. P67 and P77 also those, but they're a little bit more limited. H61 and H77 are the most limited. No overclocking, no SLI, and no Crossfire. If you need any of those features, I wholeheartedly recommend the Z77 motherboards, since they're only a few dollars more.
  6. but still though I greatly cherish your views on the build I kind of just wanted to know if it would work without any compatibility errors
    thanks
  7. oops i dint see your reply when i posted that one ^ thank you for telling me that i now understand what sort of thing to choose but he moving to computer from xbox for gaming so i doubt he'll be needing one of them Z68 doobies anytime soon haha thanks for the support
  8. obsama1 said:
    Pentium G is a CPU series from Intel.

    H61 is one of many motherboard chipsets. There are:
    H61, H77
    Z68, Z77
    P67, P77(I think)

    Z68 and Z77 are the best. They allow SLI, Crossfire, and overclocking. P67 and P77 also those, but they're a little bit more limited. H61 and H77 are the most limited. No overclocking, no SLI, and no Crossfire. If you need any of those features, I wholeheartedly recommend the Z77 motherboards, since they're only a few dollars more.

    It is Z77. You missed: H77, Z75 and B75.
  9. Well, in general the Z68/77 mobos are better quality. So, spend a bit more, and get something of higher-quality.
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