Custom Built PC not sure if it will work.

Hello,
I'm building a custom computer and I'm not sure if everything's going to be compatible so would you be able to let me know if it is? Also could you tell me whether the motherboard has a built in sound and network card? Thanks
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  1. Yea whats your parts list
  2. It would be most efficient as well if you fill up the form provided in the link below so we can help you easier.

    http://www.tomshardware.com/forum/353572-31-build-upgrade-advice
  3. ah, sorry about that it didn't copy in. here it is:

    Intel Core i5 3570 LGA1155 CPU 3.4Ghz 6Mb Cache Ivy Bridge

    Intel BXRTS2011LC High Performance Liquid Cooler

    Gigabyte GA-H77M-D3H MB, Intel H77 Chipset, Socket 1155, 4x DDR3, SATA3, USB3.0, GbLAN, 7.1 CH,

    Corsair 8GB (2x XMS3 4GB) CMP8GX3M2A1600C9 PC3-12800 (1600MHz) DDR3 RAM, 2x240 DIMM, Unbuffered, 9-9

    Western Digital 1TB SATA3 64M(WD1002FAEX)

    Corsair 180GB Force Series 3 SSD

    Gigabyte ATI HD 7750 OC 850Mhz 2GB DDR3 128bit PCIE2.1 HDMI DVI D-SUB

    Samsung S23B300BS 23inch LED D-Sub DVI 5msTilt Gloss Black

    Samsung SH-224BB/BEBS SATA Black Internal 24x Speed Plus DVD±RW Drive

    10/100 PCI network card

    CoolerMaster RC430 Black Edition 500WPSU

    Razer Lycosa Backlit Keyboard Mirror Ed
  4. What i'd recommend changing is the cooler. You don't need liquid cooling for that setup if your not overclock. a simple 20$ hyper 212 will keep your chip cool enough
  5. thanks
  6. That GPU isn't the best, so if you are planning on doing gaming I would recommend the Radeon HD 6850. Also, if you aren't planning on overclocking, just use the cooler that comes with the CPU.
  7. Pingypoker said:
    That GPU isn't the best, so if you are planning on doing gaming I would recommend the Radeon HD 6850. Also, if you aren't planning on overclocking, just use the cooler that comes with the CPU.

    7750 is better than a 6850....
  8. Drop the CPU down to an i5-3450 or 3470. The few GHz barely makes a difference compared to the tens of dollars you'll be paying extra.

    With the saved money, you can probably get a 7770 or 7850.
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