MY 1st CPU Build

Hello,

I am building my CPU for the 1st time and below are the things that am planning to buy online. Can some one please check and let me know if the components are compatible with my motherboard and suggest better options if any.
Processor (intel 3rd gen)
intel i7 3770K

motherboard LGA 1155
ASUS P8Z77-V OR ASUS P8Z77-V PRO,

RAM G.Skill RipjawsX 16 GB RAM (F3-12800CL10D-16GBXL)

Seagate Barracuda 1TB 7200RPM SATA (ST1000DM003)

Cabinet Corsair 400R Mid Tower Cabinet

SMPS 600w Corsair CMPSU-600GUK 600 W
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  1. All compatible!
  2. The v pro is best. All good.
  3. as everyone else has said, it should all be compatible. Though might I suggest a full tower? (If you have room) It just makes future upgrading so much easier when you don't have to worry about space constraints. Though then you'd have to check to make sure that power supply has sufficient cable length for your necessary plug-ins.
  4. +1 ^ sure a full tower is better for a number of reasons. And it looks better too!
    But a mid tower will do the job just fine
  5. Could get away with a much smaller PSU if no upgrades are planned.
  6. Live near a MicroCenter? They are still runnning the cpu/motherboard bundle. Basically, buy a K series chip and get an instant $50 any Z77 board. Chips there are much cheaper in the first place - so, you can save alot of money. I am using the 500R with no complaints.
  7. Thanks a lot guys,

    Yes, I will be upgrading in the future but this is it for now - budget constraints
    Future upgrade would be
    - Gaming graphics and a sound card
    -SSD ( when it becomes cheaper :) )
    -27inch IPS monitor


    would a 600w smps suffice for the above ?
    and should i go for a better heat sink ? as i have read about overheating issues with i7 3770K while overclocking.


    @just4today - I live in India and we don't have such discounts :(
  8. Don't let anybody talk you out of a large PSU. Call it an insurance policy.
  9. Your build is fine,don't be cheap on the psu, better risk somewhere else...like less ram and storage.
  10. This topic has been moved from the section CPU & Components to section Systems by Mousemonkey
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