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.

  2. How about this motherboard?


    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.


    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 ^^
    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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