I'm going to build my first computer, will these components work together?


Thanks! These will be the parts i will be ordering, please tell me if anything is missing or anything wont work!
Thanks again.

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3 Responses to “I'm going to build my first computer, will these components work together?”

  1. C-Man says:

    Ok, that all works together (and as the previous poster mentioned, don’t forget Windows 7) but a couple of things stand out.

    First, what are you building the computer for? Everyday use and maybe occasional light gaming- titles like Rift or WoW and maybe Call of Duty: Black Ops? Because that’s what you’ve built. For Skyrim or SWTOR you’ll want at least a Radeon HD 6770. For Battlefield 3 you’ll want at least a Radeon HD 6850 or 6870.

    For gaming, the most important component in a computer is the GPU (graphics card), not the CPU (processor). The GPU accounts for 75% of your performance in games, so it should be the most expensive component in a gaming build, not the CPU. If you chose a Core i3 2120 and Radeon HD 6850 you’d get MUCH better performance in games, for the same price.

    The other issue is that power supply, it’s not a good one. Never go with a really cheap power supply because those are very likely to fail/burn out early, and can even damage other components when they go. For your original build a 400 watt power supply is more than enough. For a Radeon HD 6770, 6850 or 6870 graphics card, a 500W power supply is plenty.

    Just get one from a quality brand like Antec, Corsair, Silverstone, Seasonic or XFX.

    Overall, you might find better prices at Ebuyer or Aria, check and see.

    Here’s the Radeon HD 6670:

    And here’s the next level of cards:

  2. Nick says:

    Yep, looks good!

    And don’t forget Windows 7 (64bit version)

    EDIT: I agree with J S on this one. If there is one thing you need to buy that is high quality, it should be the PSU.

    Although I’d go with the Corsair CX600

  3. j s says:

    they will work just fine!
    i would suggest another power supply thu, like this one http://www.amazon.co.uk/Fractal-Design-Integra-Efficiency-Supply/dp/B003MZUWJY/ref=sr_1_1?s=computers&ie=UTF8&qid=1328043619&sr=1-1
    slightly more expensive, but its a good brand with a 80+ Efficiency mark
    the last thing you want to do is to be cheap with the power supply, a good quality power supply like the integra for example could very well deliver more power then a low quality one that says 650 watts for example.

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