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    Lightbulb Are these parts compatible?

    Need someone who knows a lot about PC parts, and can verify that all these parts are compatible with each other, and/or recommend using a different part, Thank you.



    Thanks in advance, DP.

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    Quote Originally Posted by darkplay6xx View Post
    Thanks in advance, DP.
    Yes, but I would probably get a higher PSU, at the very least. Assuming you plan on ever doing any upgrading, and or new GPU anytime soon. So long as you are not doing any over clocking, that PSU will be fine, but I would still upgrade to at least 500, maybe even 6
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    CPU: Intel Core i5-4670K
    CPU Cooling: Corsair H-100i
    RAM: Corsair Dominator Platinum 16GB(8x2)1866Mhz
    GFX: MSI 1070 GamingX

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    Quote Originally Posted by orlyy View Post
    Yes, but I would probably get a higher PSU, at the very least. Assuming you plan on ever doing any upgrading, and or new GPU anytime soon. So long as you are not doing any over clocking, that PSU will be fine, but I would still upgrade to at least 500, maybe even 6
    Thanks this is exactly what I needed to know. Btw is that Graphics card good enough to play at least 720p games with no FPS drops?

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    First, nice build. This will be able to run most games just fine. Your CPU and GPU both have decent benchmarks. As orlyy stated, I would recommend getting a more powerful PSU as the one you have currently may be unstable with your build and if you overclock you could have some real problems. I would recommend at least 550 watts at minimum, better safe then sorry.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cryotechnic View Post
    First, nice build. This will be able to run most games just fine. Your CPU and GPU both have decent benchmarks. As orlyy stated, I would recommend getting a more powerful PSU as the one you have currently may be unstable with your build and if you overclock you could have some real problems. I would recommend at least 550 watts at minimum, better safe then sorry.
    Thanks, but I don't understand what overclocking is, and how you do it. Please explain this noob stuff

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    Overclocking is different on different parts of your PC, I haven't yet attempted to even looked into if you can overclock RAM, but I know you can overclock both GPUs and CPUs. Overclocking is essentially making the clock of the component operate faster than specified by the manufacturer. ~ Reference from Wikipedia.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Cryotechnic View Post
    Overclocking is different on different parts of your PC, I haven't yet attempted to even looked into if you can overclock RAM, but I know you can overclock both GPUs and CPUs. Overclocking is essentially making the clock of the component operate faster than specified by the manufacturer. ~ Reference from Wikipedia.
    You can, in the bios. Can either manually over clock it, or most motherboards out now have an "xmp" profile which will auto do it, to the best option for your computer.
    Computer Specifications:
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    PSU: EVGA SuperNova 750W
    Mobo: ASUS Sabertooth Z87
    CPU: Intel Core i5-4670K
    CPU Cooling: Corsair H-100i
    RAM: Corsair Dominator Platinum 16GB(8x2)1866Mhz
    GFX: MSI 1070 GamingX

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