Are these parts compatible Tags: New Build Compatibility Intel Systems Last response: December 6, 2012 10:04 PM in Systems Share shado792 December 6, 2012 9:34:09 PM I am making an budget Intel based pc but I'm not sure if these parts are compatible. - (cpu) Intel core i5-3470 - (mobo) asus p8h77-i - (case) cooler master elite 120 - (ram) corsair valueselect ddr3 1600 8gb - (gpu) sapphire radeon hd7750 1gb - (hdd) western digital blue 1tb - (power supply) corsair cx 430watt - scythe kozuty More about : parts compatible g-unit1111 a b å Intel December 6, 2012 10:04:37 PM You don't need the extra fan and that CX430 will not handle an i5-3470 that well. What is your budget? Can't find your answer ? Ask ! Publish Related resources SolvedFirst build, are these parts compatible and well balanced? Forum SolvedFirst Time Builder: Are These Parts Compatible? Forum SolvedAre all of these parts compatible with each other? Forum SolvedAre my computer parts compatible? / Is this a good build? / Any suggestions? Forum SolvedAre all of these parts compatible - Is 500Watts enough for this rig and other questions. Forum SolvedAre All These Parts Compatible With Each Other. Forum SolvedAre These Parts Compatible With Each Other Forum SolvedIs the MSI H97 GAMING 3 compatible with factory overclocked parts? Forum Solvedare theses parts compatible Forum SolvedHow much power do I need,are these parts compatible Forum SolvedAre all these parts compatible Forum SolvedAre my pc components/parts compatible Forum SolvedAre These Parts Compatible? Forum SolvedIs These Parts Compatible? Forum SolvedFirst desktop build. Don't know if parts are compatible. Please help!!! Forum SolvedHelp - Are These Parts Compatible? Forum SolvedAre All My Parts Compatible With Each Other? Forum SolvedAre these parts compatible? Forum SolvedCan you tell me if these parts are compatible with each other please? Forum SolvedAre these parts compatible? Forum More resources Read discussions in other Systems categories Homebuilt New Build Prebuilt Cases Power Supplies RAM CyberPower !