Yes, however I will say a couple of things. First make sure you get the low profile version of that Vengeance RAM if you ever want to overclock. And second Cooler Master has a horrendous reputation when it comes to power supplies. The Corsair CX430 / CX500 will be a far better choice for the same price. The best choice would be the Seasonic S12 II 430 or 520W versions but those will run you $10 - $20 more.
July 11, 2012 6:36:25 PM
even on a tight budget, the last thing to cheap out on is the PSU. please replace that CM. if you need to "rob" from something else; running 1333 RAM won't be much of a performance hit except running benchmarks, if at all. XFX ProSeries P1-450S-X2B9 450W $50.99
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Yes - the Phenom II won't work with 1600MHz RAM. But 430W is plenty for your build.
I'd go with the Kingston RAM - they've been around a long time and have some of the lowest fail rates in the industry. Plus it's low profile so if you ever decide to get an aftermarket cooler you won't need to worry.
My previous AMD build I did, I used 1600MHZ memory. It worked fine. It just defaulted to the processor's memory controller speed. The build was a PHII X4 965BE and a Asrock AM3+ board.
Some Phenom IIs will allow O/Cing the memory to 1600MHZ thru the BIOS, but I never tried it.