Compatibility Check

Hello and thank you for taking the time to take a look at my parts

I have selected everything i want for my build and am almost positive that i have made the correct decisions. What i need is for someone to check and see if all of my parts are compatible like i thought they were. It would suck to buy them and then figure out that one part does not work with another. I have a very basic knowledge of computers so anything will help. If you find that all my parts are compatible but think another part would be more efficient please tell me. Thank You :)


My Parts:

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  1. All compatible, I would save a few bucks and get an OCZ 750w from amazon for 80$, then use the left over money and get 8GB of DDR3 RAM :P
  2. all your parts are compatible, I would get 8 GB of RAM
  3. austing said:
    All compatible, I would save a few bucks and get an OCZ 750w from amazon for 80$, then use the left over money and get 8GB of DDR3 RAM :P


    thanks for the feedback and the advice but i am planning to get 8 gbs of ram i will have 4 sticks of 2 is that fine?
  4. avenseth12 said:
    all your parts are compatible, I would get 8 GB of RAM


    Is 4 sticks of 2 ram alright?
  5. 4 sticks of 2 is fine, but 2x4 is very slightly faster.
  6. austing said:
    4 sticks of 2 is fine, but 2x4 is very slightly faster.


    Ive heard that filling all the memory slots is more beneficial for the motherboard to get the maximum performance
  7. I've heard the other way, but I really doesnt mater as long as the "Dual channel" sytem is in use.
  8. it doesnt matter, I would rather install 2 sticks instead of 4 unless you are trying to max out your mobo
  9. avenseth12 said:
    it doesnt matter, I would rather install 2 sticks instead of 4 unless you are trying to max out your mobo


    Is there anything in specific i would gain from maxing out my MOBO
  10. No, if your building a PC for gaming I wouldnt buy more than 8 GBs. If you are doing intense autocad type stuff - go with 16 GBs. If you buy a mobo that supports 32GB of RAM and feel like spending the money max out the RAM on the board
  11. avenseth12 said:
    No, if your building a PC for gaming I wouldnt buy more than 8 GBs. If you are doing intense autocad type stuff - go with 16 GBs. If you buy a mobo that supports 32GB of RAM and feel like spending the money max out the RAM on the board


    Ok thank you for the advice
  12. Is there anything else i need to know about my setup before purchasing my parts?
  13. alright thank you
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