Is all of this compatible?

And will I need anything extra or is anything not needed?

Case Cooler Master CM690 II Advanced
Motherboard Asus P8Z77-V LX
Processor i5-3570k @4.4GHz
Processor Cooling Arctic Cooling Freezer 13
RAM 8GB Corsair DDR3
Graphics Card KFA2 GeForce GTX 680
Hard Drive Western Digital WD1002FAEX Caviar Black 1 TB 7200 RPM
Disk Drive LG GH24NS90.AUAA50B 24x
Power Supply Corsair CMPSU-600CXV2UK Builder Series 600W
Thermal Paste Arctic Cooling MX-4
Sound Card Creative Audigy SE 7.1
Networking Card StarTech.com 1 Port PCI 10/100/1000 32 Bit

Thanks for any replies :)
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  1. Yes, just be careful with your RAM. If it's not low-profile, it might not fit under the CPU cooler.
  2. willyroc said:
    Yes, just be careful with your RAM. If it's not low-profile, it might not fit under the CPU cooler.

    I think it is and the Mobo/CPU/CPU Cooling/RAM Is all bought together so it should be fine:

    http://www.amazon.co.uk/Intel-i5-3570k-4-4GHz-Overclocked/dp/B0085M0JGU/ref=sr_1_3?s=computers&ie=UTF8&qid=1355484831&sr=1-3
  3. You don't need a sound card, unless your doing serious Audio recording and music development, otherwise, you can drop it off the list.
  4. Do I need a networking card, or is one included in the motherboard?
  5. It looks like there is no build in wifi on the board so if you want wifi you will need an adapter. If you plan on using an ethernet cable you should be fine.
  6. ttados said:
    It looks like there is no build in wifi on the board so if you want wifi you will need an adapter. If you plan on using an ethernet cable you should be fine.

    Thanks, will I need any extra cables?
  7. You are spending how much money? and you don't have a SSD? That's insane. You can buy a top of the line GPU and everything else, but the game changes once you add a SSD. Buy a 256gb SSD and you'll never be disappointed.

    Put your OS, programs, and photos/videos to edit and you'll be shocked at the speed.
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