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Will this cpu, Gpu and motherboard all work together?

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March 1, 2013 6:54:55 PM

Im building a Pc but i honestly dont know if these components will work together

GPU: EVGA GeForce GTX 660Ti FTW 3G Backplate Version, 3GB 192-bit GDDR5 PCI Express 3.0 x16 Video Card

Cpu: Intel Latest Core i7 3770 Ivy Bridge Quad Core with HT 3.4GHz LGA1155 Processor

Motherboard : Asus P8Z77-M PRO Intel Z77 mATX Ivy Bridge Socket 1155 4x DDR3 PCI-E3.0 RAID CrossFireX SLI USB3.0 SATA3 eSATA
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March 1, 2013 6:59:26 PM

They will work fine.

Game on.
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March 1, 2013 7:38:45 PM

Yes
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March 2, 2013 1:07:36 AM

They'll work perfectly. And if you're just playing on a single monitor you don't need 3GB of memory for the card, you can get away with 1GB.
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March 2, 2013 1:10:22 AM

also, if you're mainly gaming and not doing anything heavy on the Adobe suites or 3D modeling, consider getting an i5 3570k, and spend the money saved on a gtx670, you'll have a much better gaming experience
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March 2, 2013 3:23:38 AM

vmen has a really nice tip for you (the 670's higher bit rate makes it pretty significantly faster, and the 3770k isn't all that necessary for gaming on this level), and yes that's a great setup (same exact thing I have, actually).

I have the 3770k, but I do 3d modeling so I sorta needed something like it. I also have the p8z77-V pro (similar to yours) and a 660ti 2GB evga stock :p .

SO pretty much I have everything you're looking to get. Works flawlessly for single monitor gaming. Only game that gives me issues at all is Metro 2033. Crysis 2, a heavily modded Crysis, 70 mods in Skyrim (many of which are visual), Starcraft 2, Simcity 5, Battlefield 3, Batman Arkham City, and Borderlands 2 all work flawlessly at a smooth 40-60 FPS with maxed settings. I even game in 3d with this card. You do notice a drop in FPS in most games, but unless you're a videophile like myself it won't really matter to you.

I'm looking to upgrade for a more "future-proof" rig that will last for triple-monitor gaming for the next few years, but the setup you're looking to do will work for single monitor for quite some time :)  Very nice, and enjoy!
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