Building my first gaming computer and need someone to tell me if these parts are good for gaming?

This is my 4th time posting this question and hopefully my last. I am trying to build my own gaming computer before christmas and I need some help with the parts im buying. In my other questions i posted all the parts i had chosen and had some great responses from people telling me what was wrong with my build and what was good. Could someone please tell me if the parts i have chosen are good enough to play games such as Battlefield 3, Call of Duty Black Ops 2 and Far cry 3 at a the highest resolution with high fps and minimal amount of lag. Could someone please tell me if the parts that i have chosen will all work together (if they will all fit in the case, if they are all compatible with each other), if any of the parts need upgrading because they are good enough, if anything is overkill and i can downgrade it and finally if anything is missing( do i need any cables or heat sink etc)
Parts listed below.
Processor: Intel 3rd Generation Core i5-3570K CPU
Graphics card: Asus Nvidia GeForce 2GB GTX 670 Direct CU II Graphics Card
motherboard: AsRock Z77 Extreme4 Motherboard
Hard drive: Western Digital WD1002FAEX Caviar Black 1 TB 7200 RPM Internal Hard Disk Drive
Memory: Corsair CMZ8GX3M2A1600C9 8GB 1600MHz CL9 DDR3 Vengeance Memory Two Module Kit
SSD: Kingston Technology 120GB 2.5 inch SSDNow V+200 SATA3 Solid State Drive
CPU cooler: Be Quiet Dark Rock Pro 2 CPU Cooler
Power supply: Corsair CMPSU-600CXV2UK Builder Series 600W Power Supply
Case: NZXT Phantom 410 Midi – gunmetal, ATX, ohne Netzteil
Monitor: ASUS VE247H 24 inch LED Widescreen Full HD 1080p Support with HDMI 2ms Response
Thanks for any responses

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4 Responses to “Building my first gaming computer and need someone to tell me if these parts are good for gaming?”

  1. Ola says:

    All looks good, actually brilliant, well done

    … but, there always is a but, isn’t there !?

    The only thing I would change is the SSD

    i) SSD – for about £4 more – performance and reliability

  2. The Old Computer Guy says: done your homework. These are great parts for a good machine. Make sure to register all your parts after you get them just in case one of them goes bad.

    Good Luck and Enjoy

    The Old Computer Guy

    PS> I have build over 65 computers in the last 20 years and have fixed over 1500.

  3. Anonymous says:

    List looks good to me, I recently built a gaming computer for around £700, same kinda specs, same cpu, same graphics, I have 16GB of RAM though, but that shouldn’t affect games too much (i’m pretty sure 8GB is enough, then again Battlefield is very high spec…).

    **EDIT** Can I mention, make sure you check the motherboard bios version for the cpu, the version on my mobo was too old for the i5-3570K, so had to buy an old cpu with correct version to update bios…

  4. Kotomi Ichinose says:

    All the parts you’ve listed are compatible with one another. You won’t find any problems in that department. Playing at 1080p you should achieve a steady frame rate over 30~ playing on high settings. Be aware that the graphics card may be a little snug against the Hard drive bays, you should have enough space, but it could be a tight one. All in all it’s a good build, I wish you good luck.

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