Are All These Components Compatible And Are They Of A Standard Good For High End Gaming?

Motherboard: Gigabyte SKT-AM3+ 970A-DS3 FX 3.1
Processor: AMD Phenom II 965 BE
Ram: Corsair Vengeance 8gb
Graphics Card:
PSU: Corsair TX750V2 Enthusiast Series 750W
Case: Cooler Master RC-430-KWN1 Elite 430 Midi Tower
OS: Windows 7 Home Premium

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2 Responses to “Are All These Components Compatible And Are They Of A Standard Good For High End Gaming?”

  1. Internet says:

    Everything should work with eachother, and all those components seem like they would be more than enough for almost all games, but you might want to also buy an additional hard drive to store all your stuff, because 60GB will get full real quick. I have a western digital 1TB drive that cost £40, where I store all my games, and an ssd boot drive. Works great and is not too expensive. You may also want to buy a dvd drive too. I got my computer parts from Great service and if you want, you can phone them and check to make sure if everything is compatible.

  2. Weqe says:

    60GB hard drive? how long do you think that will last? after your operating system you will have 45GB or less. a couple of games later you will have under 20GB remaining. that’s 20GB for music, pictures, videos, future video games, files, etc., etc.
    And also look in to ASUS’s motherboards. Better than Gigabyte if you ask me. especially since you’re getting an ASUS graphics card, why not put it with a motherboard from the same company?
    Also I don’t see a power supply. you know, the thing that turns your computer on?

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