Will All Of These Parts Be Compatible Together In A Gaming Pc?

Cooler Master HAF 932 Advanced USB 3.0 ATX Case
Western Digital 2TB SATA 6Gbps Power Saving Internal Hard Drive OEM – Caviar Green (x2)
EVGA GeForce GTX 650 2GB SC GDDR5 Graphics Card (x2)
COOLER MASTER Elite Power 460W PC Power Supply
Intel Core i7-2700K 3.5 GHz Quad Core Processor (Socket 1155, 8MB L3 Cache, HyperThreading Technology, Retail)
intel Burrage LGA1155 Motherboard (P67 ATX, 1 PCIE x16, 4 SATA, USB 3.0, DDR3)
Corsair CMZ32GX3M4X1600C10 Vengeance 32GB 1600MHz CL DDR3 Memory Quad Kit
LiteOn IHOS104-06 4x Internal BD-ROM Blu-ray Bare with Software
Note: the (x2) means that i would put in 2 of those parts
E.G 2 Graphics cars

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3 Responses to “Will All Of These Parts Be Compatible Together In A Gaming Pc?”

  1. Evan says:

    looks fine, just make sure the cpu is unlocked so you can overclock.

  2. Mike says:

    Yeah the power supply is crap for a gaming rig. I love the CoolerMaster HAF Series cases. I own a 912 myself. They have great airflow witch is what your gonna need. Now i got my 700W power supply on sale at Newegg. Newegg would be a better place to shop anyways because a lot of stuff is on sale now that its the holiday season. But otherwise looks good.

  3. Doru Ubuntu says:

    Compatibility is not the issue here, it is more a question of common sense and wise decisions in your build, no offense…
    You over spend and overdo on some stuff and totally skip out on other…
    Things like: You want to SLI 2 graphic cards with a 460W power supply???? Good luck with that…
    Let me make a few crucial corrections here.
    First of all, 32GB of RAM is overkill and a big waste of money. Even 8GB is more than plenty for gaming, you won’t even use 4GB of RAM in most games and apps.
    Downgrade to either 8GB (two x 4GB) – best setup, or 16GB (either four x 4GB or two x 8GB). Again, even 16GB is overkill…
    Also, you don’t need an i7 for gaming, and that i7-2600K is already one generation old…
    Get the new Ivy Bridge Intel Core i5-3570K (emphasis on the “K”) instead and use the extra $100-$120 you save to buy a better graphics card.
    Why SLI two low end GTX 650 when even a single GTX 660 Ti would get you better results?
    Not to mention that it is always best to use a single, more powerful graphics card as opposed to two or more lower cards in X-Fire or SLI.
    Installing two cards in SLI / X-fire is wrong, as the two cards would always compete against each other for rendering different parts of the same image, thus resulting in lag, skips and other image imperfections. That setup is also overtaxing both your processor and motherboard chipset with a constant two way stream of unnecessary data being exchanged between the two cards.
    Besides, lots of games will have problems with X-Fire / SLI setups.
    The only good reason for an X-Fire or SLI setup would be when using multiple (3 or more) monitors to display different screens and run different apps (each card processes and displays a different image).
    A single GTX 670 or GTX680 will be a whole lot better than two GTX 650 in SLI.
    For the lower side of GTX, like GTX 650 and 660 you always want the Ti versions, much better than the non-Ti.
    That power supply is too small, get at least a 650W for low noise, low temperatures and some room for upgrades. That’s for a single card, for two in SLI get at least a 750W.
    Motherboard. DO NOT BUY INTEL, the only thing they know how to make is processors, everything else Intel sucks. Get ASRock, ASUS, Gigabyte, etc.
    That P67 chipset is two generations old. Get a motherboard with the newest Z77 chipset. The chipset is very important in the overall performance of your system.
    Don’t really need a BluRay drive, that’s another waste of money unless you plan on watching BluRay movies a lot.

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