Will these parts work together?

Here is my wish list on Newegg - http://secure.newegg.com/WishList/PublicWishDetail.aspx?WishListNumber=27630908

I was mainly looking at the Mobo and PSU and is everything compatible.

I also have a couple of other noob questions.

If I'm not planning on burning any cd's or dvd's. Than I can just get a "normal" cd/dvd play correct?

I also have wireless internet in my home... so what do I need to get for that for my new build?

thank you.
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  1. Not a big fan of that motherboard. Without knowing your budget it's kind of hard to suggest anything directly.

    Everything else looks fairly decent. My suggestion is to look for a motherboard that will support SATA 6GB/S to get the best performance from that SSD. The ASRock Z68 Extreme3 Gen3 is highly recommended, and newegg will have some combo deals with i5 processors to knock off a few bucks for it.

    As for a wireless adapter pick between a USB device to a PCI card. I suggest going with a PCI card since it will be a permanent option.

    http://www.newegg.com/Store/SubCategory.aspx?SubCategory=31&name=Wireless-Adapters
  2. How about this motherboard?

    http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16813128540


    Is the 600W Cooler Master PSU too much? Should I go 500w or will it be fine and is it bad to have too much watts?


    So all I have to do if I already have a wireless router running in my house is to add this into a USB port? - http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16833704045


    As far as the Mother Board goes.... I would like to keep it under 120.00 or so.

    I picked the Gigabyte because it is on the cheaper side of things. But I am most certainly up for more suggestions.

    Thanks again for all the help.
  3. Can't find anything wrong with a Gigabyte motherboard with the latest chipset for that price.

    The PSU is a little on the high side for what you're putting together. You have a pretty basic system, and only one video card really brings down the power requirements.

    http://extreme.outervision.com/psucalculatorlite.jsp

    Great app for figuring out your power needs. You're around 350W of power use currently so you could get away with going down to the 400-450ish range if you will not be doing any Duel video cards.

    That GTX 560 TI needs 2 PCI connectors for power so you'll need something that can support that. The CORSAIR Builder Series CX600 is a little cheaper than what you picked if you want to be frugal but not get screwed.

    I have a Rosewill Green Series RG630 in my system that runs great, but there is not a lot of love here at Tom's for Rosewill :D
  4. You can get a nice 80+ Bronze modular PSU for cheap unless prices rise ^^
    http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16817151093&Tpk=m12ii%20520
    Also with your budget allocation look to the HD 7850? Lastly for your wifi - is it wireless G or N and is the set up up and running with router/wifi modem and all?
  5. Thanks for the reply..... I did go with the SeaSonic PSU.

    I have a modem and wireless router already set up in my home and my router is "G".

    As far as the 7850 vs 560 Ti ... yeah that's a tough one, I like the fact that the 7850 uses less power....
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