Is what i have decided for my computer build everything compatible?

Is what i have decided for my computer build everything compatible? Topic: Custom case samsung
June 19, 2019 / By Candy
Question: I decided to buy the core parts my custom cheap computer, that i plan to upgrade with better parts. but if i want to save money in the long run and not have to buy totally new parts for a building a decent computer. will these parts i choose will work together? the top parts are the bare essentials for my build, excluding the parts i already have in my old tower computer (OS, case, PSU, monitor, and keyboard, mouse, WiFi adapter {maybe}) MOBO:---ASRockZ77 Extreme4 LGA 1155 Intel Z77 ATX Intel Mobo ($140) CPU: -----Pentium G620 (lga-1155) ($64) RAM:------G.SKILL Ripjaws X Series 8GB DDR3 F3-12800CL9D-4GBXL ($40) for upgrades in the future i plan to get these parts (if i am unhappy with the any above specs) (i am sure i will end up upgrading the CPU and HHD) PSU:------Rosewill Green Series RG630-S12 630W ($60) HHD:------Western Digital WD2500AAKX 250GB 7200 RPM 16MB Cache($50) CPU:------Intel i5 3570K ($220) CASE:----Cooler Master Computer RC 430 KWN1/dp/B003O8J11E ($46) as for the GPU any recommendations? i want something within $250 and will play games on high settings with no problem, and dual monitor setup. also i already have a WiFi adapter i puled out of my old computer, i don't know what type of PCI slot it uses, so i posted a link of a picture with the model and serial number, as will as a good view of the connector itself. can you identify it? my old computer mobo simply calls it a PCI. is that correct? if so then i will just get this WiFi/Bluetooth adapter for $25 but i am not sure if it will be compatible with my mobo. can anyone help me here? i also want Bluetooth but i can figure out what kind of slot it uses. it looks like the second link below. and which is better? Bluetooth 3.0 or 4.0? more specifically, what advantages do 4.0 have over 3.0, is it simply faster, and is 4.0 backwards compatible with earlier versions? i have a Samsung intercept and galaxy s3 i want to connect. http://www.instructables.com/files/deriv/FMU/VM6O/H7URBTDM/FMUVM6OH7URBTDM.LARGE.jpg http://www.amazon.com/Centrino-2230BNHMW-802-11n-Express-Bluetooth/dp/B008281VLE/ref=sr_1_3?s=electronics&ie=UTF8&qid=1349665960&sr=1-3&keywords=bluetooth+4.0+pci does anyone else think the VCGGTX660XPB GeForce GTX 660 2GB 192-bit is good? (http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16814133470) and yes, i know the Pentium isn't very good. but if i need more power i will upgrade. i might even get an i3 processor for my first build, if i can get one for less than $100 my parents want me to build a less than $300 computer to prove that i can build a working computer, and then i can go all out on upgrading. that is why i choose week parts for my first build (old ones as well as cheap ones) remember, this is even after going all out on this, still i tight budget build. i don't want to spend over $800 buck over it (a want it to be $650-$750) my issues include: will and ATX power supply work (all the connectors, i already know i need the right wattage.) will the wireless card in the first picture fit the mobo i choose? will the Bluetooth/WiFi adapter in the in the second link fit and work with the mobo will any case work? will the
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Amelia Amelia | 1 day ago
They all look compatible with 1155 socket so I see no problems that you might have. $250 range you will find nothing better than the 7870. They recently droped there prices to compete with the 660 series by GTX http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.as... Not too sure about your wireless adapter built and released 2-3 years ago, I would say it should since such things tend to be universal parts and the only thing separating them is the generation that it belongs in, if it's from an older generation then it's unlikely that it will fit. In such a field buying a newer card would about guarantee compatibility. The 660 2gb is a strong card but due to it's recent release it is overpriced. $650-750 limit is a good one, alot of gaming computers are build on around the same budget. The i3 is too weak tbh.. If you plan on upgrading later look at the i5 2550k or the i5 3770k series. At the moment you would not need more than 300-400 watts after you add the 660 or a different card you would need at least 500 watt. Any case will work as long as you make sure it's not too small, as the motherboard and the video cards tend to use a lot of space the 660 measures around 10 inches.
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Amelia Originally Answered: Is my PC build compatible and your thoughts?
your system is killer. you have the best computer a man could get really...personal preference though, get kingston hyper X ram. all other ram i've used were horrid and don't overclock so well. but that system would overclock really easily. yyou should look for a nice 1200watt psu also. go air cooling if you want the cheaper route. go water cooling and go to youtube and watch one of linus tech tips watercooling things for help if you need it. other than that, your computer is the best really.
Amelia Originally Answered: Is my PC build compatible and your thoughts?
Yes, all components are compatible. A very nice system. 3GB of VRAM is overkill, unless you want to game on three screens at once in HD. I would invest in a larger SSD instead, as 120Gb will only leave around 105GB usable space for your operating and applications due to the difference in naming Gb and GB or the other way around, I always forget. ;) If you wish to stick to a small capacity SSD, I would advise you the Crucial m4 128GB, as it has a very good price/quality balance. Instead of a Sony Optiarc BD-5300S, I would advise you the Lite-On iHOS104 as it has better read and write capabilities. You have chosen a Seagate Barracuda XT 3TB HDD, but instead I would advise you the Hitachi Deskstar 7K3000 3TB which is faster. A 750W PSU would be more than sufficient.
Amelia Originally Answered: Is my PC build compatible and your thoughts?
Hey man nice system on par with mine. The couple suggestions I would make is first water cooling a must and secondly either an Antec or Coolmaster PSU of 1100 watys or better. Just one other thing a SSD for your HD1 I wouldn't go for anther seagate 320 or 500 with a 6gbs transfer rate. Go kick *** with that man.

Walter Walter
your not going to be happy with the g620 its only a dual core running at 2.6 ghz why waste the money and it can only run a max of 1333 mhz ram another waste of money, nvidia gtx460 minimum for a video card. All you need for bluetooth is a usb adapter.
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Walter Originally Answered: Is it legal to build your own computer?
The only applicable laws relate to producing electromagnetic interference, and approval for the power supply to be used in your country.  Virtually every available computer case is adequately shielded, and for the US market, the power supply needs a Underwriters Laboratories (UL) sticker. .
Walter Originally Answered: Is it legal to build your own computer?
Why wouldn't it be legal. It's perfectly legal. Have you ever watch a episode of cops were someones house is getting raided because they build a computer.

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